Thomas Hardy’s celebrated novel Far from the Madding Crowd is certainly one of the most liked and widely read romance novel of all time. However, the romance in Far from the Madding Crowd is not the same as we find in the modern or contemporary novels which focus more on
Jane Eyre is a Charlotte Bronte’s novel which is supposed as one of the classics which still remain very popular and stand out on the in the test of time every passing year… However, have we ever tried to read Jane Eyre with a perspective other than reading a classic?
Who does not love reading novels? Surely, I am taking all those morons out of proportion who do not believe in the power of reading. For the readers, American Maharajah is a new novel by Mark Stephen Levy which has been moulded on an Indian theme with twists and turns
Maryam and Saadiq’s tragic love story has been so good so far and many readers have enjoyed reading Little Maryam by Hamid Baig. It was my time 3 days ago that I started reading Little Maryam and today I am writing this review of the wonderful romance novel that it
Jestus on Rampage is a novel written by V S Sury and published in the year 2015. This came as a sequel to the previously published novel entitled Jestus. A dark-humour to me, the novel indeed shows a manifold of interpretation possibilities if you read it carefully as Jestus is
Novel: The Big Switch: it’s never too late Author: John Thomas Rating: 4.1/5 Verdict: A must-read piece of literature! If I say that the book truly unfolds in the 9th chapter when Keith and Ramesh discuss how Ramesh came into the IT Sector after getting his education in Accountancy.
Despite Stolen Dreams is a novel written by Anita Krishan. Read the review of this book by Featured Books team. Based on terrorism in valley and a man’s hope for finding peace and life, this is interesting as well as enlightening! A game of cat and mice at the beginning
With You; Without You is the debut novel by an emerging novelist from Bihar, Prabhat Ranjan. This is rather a long novel which runs through more than 250 pages and yet, keeps the readers engaged with the plot which is filled with adequate suspense and more of the flow which
Palak Kundra’s debut novel, Bleeding Queens, is a work which could not only act as an agent of literary pleasure but also as an agent of change which could motivate the women in the country who still feel it’s their moral obligation to bear everything and still be mute and
Rafflesia – The Banished Princess is a book, a novel, which focuses on the downhills of a marriage when it becomes a torment rather than the joy of a new life. Not to be mistaken as a usual novel in the contemporary genre, this novel promises to be something else