#BookReview: The Return of the Butterfly (Social Butterfly #3) by Moni Mohsin

#BookReview: The Return of the Butterfly (Social Butterfly #3) by Moni Mohsin

On the jacket: I tell you the halaats are so bad, so bad that don’t even ask. The Talibans sitting on top of our heads, bombs bursting left, right and centre, drones droning away, load-shedding a hundred hours a day, servants answering back, in-laws trying to upstage you, friends throwing you out of their kitties …

#BookReview : When I Was 25: The Leaders Look Back by Shaili Chopra

#BookReview : When I Was 25: The Leaders Look Back by Shaili Chopra

On the jacket: What do you dream about when you envisage your future?  In When I Was 25, Shaili Chopra traces the youth of eminent personalities like Adi Godrej, K.P. Singh, P. Chidambaram and Dimple Kapadia. These successful people open up about the challenges they faced and the choices they made to reach where they …

#BookReview: Half Love Half Arranged by Itisha Peerbhoy

#BookReview: Half Love Half Arranged by Itisha Peerbhoy

On the jacket: Rhea Kanwar is thirty, unmarried and tending to fat, who one morning realizes that it is high time she did something about her life. She despises her mom’s best friend, Bubbles Auntie, who always has something nasty to say about poor Rhea, and to top it all up she is invited to …

#BookReview: Highway on my Plate-II: the indian guide to roadside eating by Rocky Singh, Mayur Sharma

#BookReview: Highway on my Plate-II: the indian guide to roadside eating by Rocky Singh, Mayur Sharma

On the jacket: The boys are back!   And this time, they are hungrier than before. Travelling the length and breadth of the country in search for gastronomical perfection, India’s original street food connoisseurs Rocky and Mayur promise to take you on a culinary road trip like no other.   Based on the highly acclaimed …

#BookReview: A Mirrored Life by Rabisankar Bal, Arunava Sinha

#BookReview: A Mirrored Life by Rabisankar Bal, Arunava Sinha

On the jacket: On his way from Tangiers to China, the medieval Moorish traveller Ibn Battuta arrives in Konya, Turkey where the legendary dervish Rumi had lived, danced and died. More than half a century may have passed since his death, but his poetry remains alive, inscribed in every stone and tree and pathway.  Rumi’s …