Why Should I Worry When I can Face the World? by Shibu Nair is an engrossing self-help book designed to set you free from depression, anxiety, fear. The book combines wisdom with stories of people. It teaches you how to face the world confidently.
Embracing God in the Right Perspective with the Right Foundation of Faith in Him Volume I by Chris Tham explores basically two propositions: who is god and why did lord Jesus came on earth. The lineage of these two questions dates back to thousands of years in B.C. era. While answering the basic questions of God and his spiritual realm, the author equally pinpoints the importance of lord Jesus.
India's best book review blog features Forever She by Amitav Ganguly, a riveting saga of love spiced with flavour of supernatural elements. It is a short stories collection, all staged against Indian diverse background. Perfectly captures the nuisances of a subtle horror thriller. The book is best in its supernatural genre, short and easy to read any time without getting muddier with bloodshed and too much villain like activities.
India's best book review blog features the book review of Man Ki Parchhai written by Punit Mishra. The book holds poetry genre nature, it has mix of Hindi and Urdu poems, ghazals, and nazms. It's a delightful read yet reflects the musing and keen observation that is settled somewhere deep down in his heart.
Roving Eyes (Love, Lust & Battles of Indian Royalty) by S. Mahesh is a collection of 12 short stories where women play phenomenal role in influencing the kings and their decision. It is a great book with rich history of India.