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.
Inspiring and enriching, African Icons: Ten People Who Built a Continent by Tracey Baptiste provides ten illuminating portraits of Black excellence from ancient times through the sixteenth century.
The strength and the resilience. And the quiet resolve to walk out of a 16 year marriage. Rewriting My Happily Ever After – A Memoir of Divorce and Discovery by Ranjani Rao is as much about the divorce as it is about reclaiming oneself.
Beauty is good. Ugly is evil. Fairy tales shape our perception of the world in our childhood. Disfigured: On Fairy Tales, Disability, and Making Space by Amanda Leduc examines the disability representation from the fairy tales of yore to modern-day tales of superheroes.
A classic example of history always being written by victors. The Last Queen by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is the tale of Rani Jindan Kaur, Mother of the Khalsa. The fierce queen history forgot.
How safe are we inside our own home? A fast-paced whodunnit that explores the dark side of technology and social media.
A charming and witty slow-burn second chance rom-com with just the right amount of angst. The Shaadi Set-Up by Lillie Vale checks all the boxes.
What happens when a hopeless romantic’s dreams of a perfect married life come crashing down. Aavishka by Cindy Ann D’Silva is a pragmatic look at the reality of marriage.
A summer vacation, sparring siblings, and a crime to solve. A Mystery at Lili Villa by Arathi Menon is a delightful middle-grade mystery that is sure to make you nostalgic.
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.