Ow1: Believe by Geoff Hall is a terrific dystopian novel with supernatural horror themes into it. The story is about some teenagers who want to go against the authoritarian state to get their freedom and normal life back. Dark and unrelenting, the story is about subtle and silent resistance. A brilliant performance by Geoff Hall.
What Does It Mean to Be Green is written by Rana DiOrio and illustrations are done by Addy Rivera Sonda.
Baby's Breath by Shahnaz Zaidi is a novel about Pari Khan's life. She was an autistic child but she carves out a career and a good life for herself. How? This fills the rest of the narration. An inspiring story for millions of people who discriminate against autistic and girl child.
Conversations between the Little Girl and the Panda by Akriti Bhartia is a nice self-help kind of book that lays emphasis on inner self concepts which may encompass self-love, self-esteem, moral values in life, pursuance of happiness and so on. The book is written with beautifully illustrated pictures. A cool book for all seasons.
The Lost Girl by Santosh Kumar Sharma is a light romance read, where one guy starts a search to find his lover after 25 years.