Fade into Red – Reshma K. Barshikar

This book was provided to me by Random House India in exchange of a fair review. I am not a big fan of chick-lit, although I respect the fact that it is the stuff that fuels most teenage girls’ dreams and aspirations. At one point they did the same for me and I wanted nothing better than to loll around on summer afternoons with my latest pick and daydream of walking through cobbled streets and falling in love with a mysterious stranger in a panama hat. Now, I am too old and have read too many tales and can’t fall … Continue reading Fade into Red – Reshma K. Barshikar

Manhattan Mango – Madhuri Iyer

This book was sent to me by Fingerprint Publishing in exchange of an honest review. I was very appreciative and extremely honored that Fingerprint Publishing thought of sending me a copy of their book for review. First, I thought the cover is really eye-catching and does complete justice to the story line. For example, I immediately know its a story about the friendship between boys, which is a completely different animal from that between girls, and is set in New York, the city of our dreams thanks to Sarah Jessica Parker and Karan Johar. The book is extremely fast paced … Continue reading Manhattan Mango – Madhuri Iyer