Novels,

Elephants in the Room – Suraj Laxminarayanan

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Elephants in the Room
Suraj Laxminarayanan
True Crime
The Write Place
October 2018
Paperback
600

A true crime fiction, the debut one by Suraj Laxminarayanan, Elephants in the Room is a story of random robbers colliding inside the bank they have come to rob... very much happens in between and that is the very soul of this novel!

Elephants in the Room is the debut novel by emerging novelist Suraj Laxminarayanan. He has been contemplating and making this novel perfect for the last four years and it is finally here – a novel by him! With this debut,

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Non Fiction,

A Thousand Seeds of Joy by Ananda Karunesh

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A Thousand Seeds of Joy
Ananda Karunesh
Spiritual
Path of Joy Books
2018
Paperback
424

A Thousand Seeds of Joy is a book which will be interesting to many and meaningless to some... this book demands dedication on the part of readers and also knowledge of basic level in the domain of Indian religious history.

A Thousand Seeds of Joy by a well-known healer and practitioner of Zen Awakening, Ananda Karunesh is the latest book that I have finished. While I read the book only after reading a few of the well-known book reviewers in

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Non Fiction,

Indicting Goliath – Review

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Indicting Goliath
Lal Bhatia
Autobiography
Notion Press
July 2018
Hardcover
278

Lal Bhatia's Indicting Goliath is a book based on the true events which he has lived in the USA - the prison, the torture, the injustice. This book will let the readers know how the USA tried to cover a billion dollar money-laundering case and falsely accuse and punish the whistleblower in turn! A must-read book which does not lack in thrill and excitement despite being a non-fiction.

Title – Indicting Goliath
Written by – Lal Bhatia
Publisher – Notion Press
Year of publication – 2018
Pages – 278
Genre – autobiographical
Ideal Read for – readers interested in reading real stories or real people’s life-struggles
Rating – 5/5 stars!
Instant Review – unmissable!

Very few are

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Poetry,

Making a Poem by Vihang Naik – review

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Making a Poem
Vihang Naik
Poetry
AuthorsPress
2018
Paperback
50

The collection Making a Poem is a well-balanced game of poetry played by Vihang, an experienced player of words. This is there to be enjoyed by the regular poetry readers as well as occasional ones. It will suit the readership of all...

Vihang Naik’s latest poetry collection, Making a Poem, is a quick meal for the poetry lovers because it does not take more than an hour (for the slowest reader in the line) to read. There are 25 short poems in

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Novels,

A Dowryless Wedding by Merlin Franco

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A Dowryless Wedding
Merlin Franco
Fiction
authorsUPFRONT
21 June 2018
Paperback
225

A perfect pack with humour, satire, seriousness and social problems dealt with a casual attitude as if he does not want to show how to solve them but just wants to show them to us - the readers. Merlin Franco has been successful in bringing out callous laughter on the faces of his readers in his very debut attempt at fiction writing and he has done well - accept it!

Review by Ishant for Book Reviews Lab

Book – A Dowryless Wedding
Author – Merlin Franco
Publisher – authorsUPFRONT
First Published – 2018
Pages – 225
Ideal for – readers with a taste for sarcasm and humour
Merlin Franco’s debut venture in the field of writing has been very fruitful for him and

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Non Fiction,

The Gunpowder Prince – Michael Archer

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The Gunpowder Prince
Michael Archer
Non-fiction
Amazon
2018
E Book
145

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

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