Merging fiction with non-fiction, Lahore (Book 1 of The Partition Trilogy) by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar is a well-researched story of the most tumultuous time in Indian history – the partition.
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How safe are we inside our own home? A fast-paced whodunnit that explores the dark side of technology and social media.
If the Kuru women are all settled in Kalyug, can be Pandavas be far behind? A witty and quirky take on how the Kuru men would react in the modern-day scenario.
Zoravar Cheema lives and breathes movies. Half Sikh and half Pashtun, he is a street-smart young man with dreams of making it big in tinsel town. Combining fiction with history, the book follows the struggle, rise, and fall of the superstar. With a generous dose of movie history.
An independent woman who charts her own destiny. Neena Aunty is the aunt we all would love to have. A character that stays with you long after you finish reading the book.
Combining myth and magical realism, a stark look at caste politics, social and economic hierarchies. Winner of the JCB Prize for Literature 2020.
A tale about female friendship with a generous dose of mystery. Girls and the City by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar is a fascinating read where women navigate misogyny with grit and tenacity.
A fascinating, no-holds-barred inside story of the high profile investigation. The book is a must-read if you enjoy true crimes.
“Broken can be beautiful too”. It is what perfectly sums up Kintsugi: A Novel by Anukrti Upadhyay. A delightful read about the intricacies of human emotions.
An interesting blend of relatable fiction, analysis, practical exercises, and handmade doodles. Self-help without the gyan.