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Book Review: Blowfish by Siddharth Tripathi

Book Review: Second Chance by Sandeep Jatwa

Blurb Shekhar Kapoor is a successful businessman who has never done a decent thing in his entire life. For him, it is all about what he can get and how fast he can get it. He goes through life cheating and insulting people, even after he receives a mysterious telephone call from what is called the City of Justice. Ignoring the cryptic warnings, Shekhar continues to live his life as he pleases, until one day, shortly after insulting a beggar in the street, Shekhar crashes his car and is killed. And it is only when he is standing before the Bookkeeper, and being shown where his life had gone wrong, that Shekhar finally understands what life is all about. But is it too late for him? Can he be given another chance, undo all the wrongs he has done? Or is there a chance that Shekhar Kapoor can find redemption where there had previously been no hope? About the Book: Someone rightly said, “What goes around, comes around,” and in the debut book ‘Second Chance’ written by Dr Sand

Book Review: True Liars by Isha Inamdar

                                                                                                       Blurb Wedding, vows, secrets, lies – of course, things get complicated. When Rudra visits Mumbai soon after, he finds that NJ is missing and no one knows where she is. Where could she have gone? Why are there  rumors  that she is dead? Will Rudra move on from the guilt and sadness that envelop him, or will he uncover the truth behind the mysterious disappearance? About the Book: ‘True Liars,’  an oxymoron phrase used for a book title which caught my attention, and I couldn’t refuse when I was requested by the author to review it. The book is a debut novel written by  Isha Inamdar , and it is the story about an aspiring Dj named Anjana AKA NJ who lives in Mumbai with Harsh and his partner Sam. Since homosexuality is considered as a taboo for many Indian households, Harsh’s biggest fear was his parents finding the truth about him being a gay. So, when Harsh had to go to