American Maharajah novel review

American Maharajah by Mark Stephen Levy

Book – American Maharajah
Author: Mark Stephen Levy
Publisher: White Falcon Publishing
Year – 2018
Review by – Ranjit


American Maharajah is a novel by Mark Stephen Levy which has been published in 2018. This is a unique work of fiction by an American author which keeps Indian readers involved with the imagination and elements very close to reality because the things mentioned in the novel are not strangers to the Indian population. Rebirth, reincarnation, king, prince, marriage promises, cult, rituals, hired pregnancy and so on… Mark has made use of these concepts very well in his second novel and he has certainly impressed the readers, including myself. I could barely keep the novel aside while reading it – it’s not that his novel is a jaw-dropping thriller or a heartbeat stopper mystery – just because his novel is simple in nature and satisfying in manner!

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The Gunpowder Prince – Michael Archer

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The Gunpowder Prince
Michael Archer
E Book

A book which will let the readers be known about the hero Captain Mirza Munir Baig who led the US Marine Corps to a victory in the Khe Sanh battle... The Gunpowder Prince is a suitable book for those who love reading war history books...

Michael Archer’s latest book, The Gunpowder Prince, tells the rarely told story of US Marine Captain Mirza Munir Baig who not only saved the lives of a few thousand US Army personnel but also won the battle of Khe Sanh against the NVA during the historical Vietnam War during which lasted very long, almost two decades. In this book, Michael

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L.O.L: Law of Luck – Natansh Goyal

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L.O.L: Law of Luck
Natansh Goyal
Contemporary Fiction
Notion Press
February 2018

A good contemporary fiction which can be enjoyed by the youngsters and thought upon by the elder and critical readers...

Book: L.O.L: Law of Luck
Author: Natansh Goyal
Publisher: Notion Press
Year: 2018
Book Review by Ritesh

Natansh Goyal’s debut novel, L.O.L: Law of Luck, is a work of fiction which is not only creative but also too close to the realms of realistic thinking which propels the readers to different emotional exercises – laughing, feeling, resembling and various others. The sharpness of his language

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Little Maryam by Hamid Baig

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Little Maryam
Hamid Baig
Notion Press
26 January 2018

Little Maryam is a fantastic one time read with a little more emphasis on the character of Saadiq who seems to be the instrument of the author... enjoyable contemporary fiction.

Book Name: Little Maryam
Author: Hamid Baig
Publisher: Notion Press, India
Year: 2018
Pages: 296
Genre: Romance
Reviewed by: Rakesh, contributor to Book Reviews Lab
Rating – **** 4/5 stars

I have been reading romance. I have read some of the most-celebrated romance novels ever written – yes, I have read ultra-romantic like El James’ too. There is a basic difference between a romance novel and an explicit

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Jestus on Rampage

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V S Sury
October 31, 2015

Jestus on Rampage is an unconventional novel which will make you laugh as well as think...

The 2015 novel by V. S. Sury, Jestus on Rampage, is a work which brings out the satiric style of humorous writing in the best of the forms to the readers. This is a work which eulogizes the unusual feats achieved by the central protagonist named Jestus who has many other names for many other occasions. This is a full-length

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Choosing books for your reading list

how to choose books for reading

Every now and then, we must be feeling like reading something and enjoying what we read. However, sometimes, we select the wrong titles and our reading, instead of pleasure, turns to be an enduring pain which is nowhere pleasant. So, how to select the titles? How to be sure that your reading will be fun and interesting and not a

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The Lonely Drummer and Other Poems

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Review of The Lonely Drummer and Other Poems, a collection of 35 poems by Abhishek Goswami, at Book Reviews Lab – your home for book reviews, author-scrutiny and other literary cobwebs.

Poetry readers, don’t you see a treat coming your way these days when it’s a matter of poetry? We have things falling in line because we have just got to

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Despite Stolen Dreams

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Despite Stolen Dreams
Anita Krishan
Literary Fiction
FingerPrint Publisher
25 July 2017

Despite Stolen Dreams is weaved around the issue of violence and terrorism in the Kashmir valley. It tells the story of Wali and his family. Wali Khan is a Kashmiri man who has to run away from his homeland because of terrorists. He comes to Delhi and there everything takes place that you need to know... read the review on Book Reviews Lab.

Grab a copy now; you don’t wanna miss this complex fiction which has created ripples among the readers on a mass scale! Despite Stolen Dreams is the latest novel written by author Anita Krishan and she has perhaps done the best of her in this piece of literature by her. A compelling tale of a terror-struck family, Wali and his

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