Book Reviews
Unbiased reviews of books by women writers in India and/or stories revolving around strong female characters.
Out With Lanterns
A Charming Relationship That Grows Via Emails – Out With Lanterns Is A Story Of Our Times [#BookReview]

Out With Lanterns is a story about two wordsmith warriors who come together. Alisha Priti Kriplani's epistolary book makes for an entertaining read!

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Every Indian Woman Will Find Herself Somewhere In Madhulika Liddle’s New Book [#BookReview]
Woman to woman

The very title of Madhulika Liddle's recent short story collection, Woman To Woman caught my attention. When I read the blurb, I couldn't wait to get my hands on it.

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‘Elixir’ By Sinjini Sengupta Is A Truly Exhilarating Read [#BookReview]
Elixir

Elixir is the debut novel of author Sinjini Sengupta; it plumbs human emotions, finding an echo in the reader.

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If You Are A Jane Austen Fan, Here Are 15 Contemporary Books That You MUST Read!
spinoffs of Jane Austen's books

There are innumerable spinoffs of Jane Austen's books, proving how universally beloved her work is. Here is a list that needs to go on your TBR.

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Murder Mystery, Social Awareness, And Erotica All Rolled Into One – This Is A Must Read [#BookReview]
Balli Kaur Jaswal

The title of Balli Kaur Jaswal's book Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows does not give away the range of genres it covers. A must read.

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Lalita Iyer’s The Whole Shebang Is Like Finding A Friend In Between The Pages Of A Book [#BookReview]
The Whole Shebang

The Whole Shebang is Lalita Iyer's latest book about 'the sticky bits of being a woman', speaking to all women, no matter what their circumstances.

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