The Peshwa : The Lion and the Stallion - by Ram Sivasankaran
The book provides the tale of one of the most known and fearsome warrior of Maratha clan who rose to make his place in the history books owing to his valour and intelligence. The Peshwa begins with the introduction
This book should have been titled as 'My love affair with reading'. I took time to pick up the book and start reading. Though it's a thin, petite, cute book but still after going through the table of contents, I was not sure what kind of world this book will
“And killing don’t need no reason. This is ghetto. Reason is for rich people. We have madness.” ― Marlon James, A Brief History of Seven Killings
At 700 pages, A Brief History of Seven Killings is a humongous book that is extremely well-written. At the outset, the book is a challenging read.
Readers are weird! I am a writer and a reader, so I can vouch for the queer way a reader’s mind works. Anything can click or turn them off! I loved the way A Forgotten Affair is printed. The font and the way it’s formatted. I know it’s a strange