Book Reviews

Death: An Inside Story by Sadhguru is a gift for youth that unravels itself with age, experience and re-reading

Death: An Inside Story by Sadhguru is a gift for youth that unravels itself with age, experience and re-reading

At first sight, one wonders about the contents of Death: An Inside Story by Sadhguru, primarily because of its intriguing subject and tit...Read More

Cricket Drona Book Review: A nostalgic read for all Mumbai cricket fans

Cricket Drona Book Review: A nostalgic read for all Mumbai cricket fans

Cricket Drona offers a comprehensive account of Vasoo Paranjpe, the fan, the person, the player, the captain and the coach. It is a nosta...Read More

Just Transferred: The untold story of Ashok Khemka book review — Nerve-wrecking, sensibly bold

Just Transferred: The untold story of Ashok Khemka book review — Nerve-wrecking, sensibly bold

Bhavdeep Kang and Namita Kala listened to Khemka earnestly sketching precise details in this carefully written biographical account.

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Summer’s Children: Sepia tinted memories

A new graphic novel by Anpu Varkey is guaranteed to take you on a trip down memory lane, reliving arguably the best days of your life — y...Read More

Parveen Babi: A Life — A biography that gives an intimate look into the life of the sizzling diva

Parveen Babi: A Life — A biography that gives an intimate look into the life of the sizzling diva

Having been fascinated by this enigma as a kid, FPJ writer takes this opportunity to delve deeper into the persona of one of her favourit...Read More

Observe To Unmask book review: Speaks volumes, but silently

Observe To Unmask book review: Speaks volumes, but silently

Observe to Unmask has a universal appeal. From a non-professional to a student or a Life Coach, this book has something or the other for ...Read More

Executive Presence Book Review: Shital Mehra Kakkar decodes corporate life for all

Executive Presence Book Review: Shital Mehra Kakkar decodes corporate life for all

Corporate trainer, Shital Mehra Kakkar, brings all her sessions down into one book which serves as a guide-book for young professionals, ...Read More

Ratna Harish's diary takes us back to the days of India's partition

Ratna Harish's diary takes us back to the days of India's partition

Ratna Harish was just about married when partition struck and she moved from Sukkur in Pakistan’s Sindh province to Mumbai in India. Exce...Read More

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