As I mentioned in my previous posts, I am accepting more book reviews recently and enjoying my hectic time reading books of different genres. I am going to receive around 20 books as I won a giveaway hosted by the book club and so, there are many wonderful books in my shelf waiting to be read.
Here are the book spotlights from November:
Faith of the nine by Sachin Dev
In a world where Rakshasas arise out of left-over traces of Maaya and twilight forms the portal to countless worlds around us for Daityas and Yakshis to dance through, a God is only as powerful as those who believe.And when Gods rise, the faith of men will be tested…And broken.
Oh yes! this is a book on fantasy. Purchase the book here.
Blood Diamond by RJ Blain
The world is full of corpses, and Jackson knows them by name. When a group strives to destroy the Inquisition, his powers may be all standing between the supernaturals and extinction.
Super natural powers and story about the dead. Are you game for it? Grab a copy here.
When our worlds collide by Aniesha Brahma
A tale about love, betrayal, marriage and divorce.. and the elusive happily lived ever after! Buy the book here.
Murder on Safari by Peter Riva
A reality TV producer and an expert safari guide had to save themselves from a terrorist. An Adventure ride, Isn't it? You can purchase the book here.
Temperance by Chrissie Parker
Gabriel is weary, hunting for a murderer. Patience is adrift, her life a complete lie. Nate is scared, hiding from his worst fears. Juliet is frantic, her time is running out. As four fragile lives collide, the truth is finally revealed. And betrayal and death become inevitable.
Buy this thriller here.
Shanthi & the Magic Mandala by FT Camargo
Shanti and the Magic Mandala is an adventure in which fantasy and reality are mingled. The book tells the story of six teenagers, from different religious and cultural origins and different parts of the world, who are mystically recruited to form two groups - one in the Northern Hemisphere, and one in the Southern. They eventually gather in Peru, and through a single alliance, begin a frantic chase for the sacred object that can stop the black magician's final plan.
Grab a copy here.
Michael's Mystery by Linze Brandon
A fantasy+Mystery, Isn't it a great combination?
Here comes my book review for November:
The Curse of Brahma by Jagmohan Bhanver
The man who became a Brahmarishi...
The curse that banished him to the hell of hells...
And the revenge that threatens to destroy the three worlds..
Grab a copy here.
Seeking Redemption by Madhu Vajpayee
The story of a girl Meera, who is unwittingly drawn into a conflict from where she finds it difficult to emerge unscathed. It's her journey from being a simple, medical graduate belonging to a middle-class family to the uncharted territories of corruption and caste based politics. Her path is crossed by the two men, both compelling yet completely contrasting characters, who are forever going to change her life. If it is Aman who can challenge her ideals and defy her resolves, and makes her the person she finally becomes, it is Abhay's sublime love which enables her to go through the vicissitudes of life. It's also the story of her loss as well as the triumph against her own demons to find her true self.
Purchase the book here.
The Thread that binds by Alice Hayes
Five women, once strangers, form bonds. Set in modern day Georgia, this is the story of friendship that blossoms in the land of country music, sweet tea, and secrets kept locked tight behind closed doors. Moving, funny, and at times heartbreaking, The Thread That Binds is a lesson in empathy, strength, and the beauty of love.
This is the first book that i rated 5 out of 5! Grab the book here.
Larry saves the Prairie by Matt Bergels
In Larry Saves the Prairie, with the help of Annabelle and Angus, you'll discover what it means to be a true hero, and most especially, what it took to save prairie wildlife in Kansas.
This is my first Children's e-book review. Enjoyed it reading with my son. Purchase the book here.
So, that's it from November.
Until next time,