Sarah Haywood’s debut novel is a breath of fresh air with a subtle yet powerful emotional punch
Samira Ahmed subtly builds on the crippling realities of Islamophobia, coming through with a richly layered account of life in modern-day America
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In a humorous take on Indian society, Sanjeev Sanyal makes astute points about the country’s shortcomings and fresh interpretations about its...
Bhaskar Chattopadhyay’s novel, based on Satyajit Ray’s film, is written with flair and candour
Twinkle Khanna’s debut novel lacks any semblance of action or drama and has a predictable plot
A poetic journey that is depicted through terse biographies and incisive commentaries on eight first-tier Urdu poets
Kaur tells the story of three generations of strong single women in one family, who face the world on their own terms
Sarim Baig’s novel explores how the increasing intolerance of society forces people to become either saints or charlatans, and how it’s...
Bulbul Sharma turns an intimate gaze on society’s flawed perceptions of old age through a simple yet compelling story