Portrait: Trying to protect his pregnant wife, scientist Ashwin Rathore gets killed – unexpectedly and unwantedly. A deadly force lurks in the murk that wants her too, but why? Is it because she works for and with the military and Intelligence teams in the country, or is it because she knows something that no one else does?
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A blockbuster by Anand! I picked this novel for 2 reasons 1st it is related to Baahubali and second it is penned by my fav author Anand. So when you combine these 2 points it is a happy treat for me. 'The Rise of Sivagami' tells about what happened before the Baahubali in Mahishmati kingdom.… Continue reading The Rise Of Sivagami
Well “Hell! No Saints in Paradise”, is a unique name for a unique book. Also, it was the title of this book that forced me to pick it for reading. It is both biting satire and allegory that takes urban fantasy to dizzying heights. The mix make it beautiful to read. The storyline is interesting… Continue reading Hell! No Saints In Paradise
Racy and engaging! This is the third installment in the number series novels by Upendra Namburi and we know how obsessed he's with the numbers. Plot: Aratrika Reddy, CEO of Arya Holdings Ltd, has only eight hours to save her company from bankruptcy and a hostile takeover. In this book, Author talks about the hurdles… Continue reading 8 HOURS
Feels like a Hollywood movie! Private tells the story of Jack Morgan who was a former Marine now runs an exclusive detective agency called Private. Private investigates cases which were difficult for the police to solve and it has build up a quite of reputation through its work. The novel travels through mainly 3 cases… Continue reading Private
Portrait: On a lazy day in London, a cardboard box is found on a shelf of the SOAS library where a copy of Mahabharata should have been. When the mystified librarian opens it, she screams before she falls unconscious to the floor. An elite group calling itself the Lashkar-e-Talatashar, the army of thirteen, has scattered around the globe. The fate of its members curiously resembles that of Christ and his Apostles in the first century AD. Their leader is not even a blip on the radar of intelligence agencies, yet their agenda is Armageddon. Somewhere in the labyrinthine recesses of the Vatican, a beautiful assassin swears she will eliminate all who do not believe in her twisted credo. She loves to kill-again and again. A Hindu Astrologer spots an approaching conjunction of the stars and nods to himself in grim agreement. It will happen on the very date he had seen as the end of the world. And it's not far off. In Tibet, a group of Buddhist monks search for a reincarnation, much in the way their ancestors searched Judea for the son of God. In strife-torn Kashmir, a tomb called Rozabal holds the key to a riddle that arises in Jerusalem and gets answered at Vaishno Devi. An American priest, Father Vincent Sinclair, has disturbing visions of himself and of people familiar to him, except that they seem located in other worlds, other ages. Induced into past -life regression, he goes to India to piece together the violent images burnt onto his mind. Shadowing his every move is the Crux Decussata Permuta, a clanestine society which would rather wipe out creation than allow an ancient secret to be disclosed.
Portrait: What happens when you cross gamer, banker, politician and terrorist with virtual money? Aditya runs a gaming company that is struggling to break even. The arrival of Varun, part-time drug dealer and fulltime genius turns around the gaming company before disaster strikes. A banker slips off a high-rise building, plunging to her death. The finance minister has made some promises that he is finding hard to keep. The explosion in Washington DC leads the FBI on a wild goose chase, bringing them to Mumbai. Meanwhile, the investigators plunge headlong into the shady world of bitcoins and the Dark Net, websites that only exist for illegal transactions—drugs, sex and money. God Is a Gamer culminates in a stunning climax where money means nothing, assassination is taught by the ancient Greeks, and nothing is as it seems.
The Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram safeguards within its sacrosanct walls centuries of customs and rituals, unimaginable wealth and an unwavering calm. Until a dead body turns up in its holy pond . . .And then another. The murders threaten to shake the temple’s very foundation, and when fingers point to its sealed vaults and its custodian, Aswathi Thirunal Dharmaraja Varma, the titular king of Travancore, all hell breaks loose. Meanwhile, a high-profile heist in a jewellery store at the Wafi Mall in Dubai leads investigators to a massive smuggling racket and brings Kabir Khan, additional director of the CBI, into the heart of south India. In Mumbai, a series of high-intensity explosions kills many, threatening to dismantle the country’s most coveted diamond trade.Could these incidents be related? Racing against time, Kabir tries to unravel the puzzle, separating fact from fiction, history from religion, and put a stop to the killing spree.
Author: Kevin Missal
Publisher: Kalamos Literary Services
Whenever there is a decline in righteousness and an upsurge in unrighteousness,at that time, I take birth again.
Born in the quiet village of Shambala, Kalki Hari, son of Vishnuyath and Sumati, has no idea about his heritage until he is pitted against tragedies and battles.
Whisked into the province of Keekatpur, which is under the fist of Lord Kali, Kalki sees the ignominy of death trumping life all around him. He learns that he has been born to cleanse the world he lives in, for which he must journey to the North and learn the ways of Lord Vishnu’s Avatar; from an immortal who wields an axe.
But trapped in the midst of betrayals, political intrigue and forces that seek to decimate him, will he be able to…
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