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Book Review: The Aayakudi Murders by Indra Soundar Rajan

Book Name: The Aayakudi Murders Author: Indra Soundar Rajan Translated by: Nirmal Rajagopalan Publisher: Blaft Publications Genre: Fiction Rating: 5/5 Blurb: When intrepid young journalist Rajendran first arrives in Aayakudi to investigate a curious tip about a ghost, the place…

NAW Interview with Shashi Warrier

Shashi Warrier

Shashi Warrier lives in Mangalore with his writer-painter wife Prita and their dogs and cat. He likes beaches, yoga, motorcycling, and books. He is learning to cook and has lately developed an interest in gardening. He is perpetually bemused by…

Book Review: The Greatest Folk Tales of Bihar

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Book Name: The Greatest Folk Tales of Bihar Author: Nalin Verma Genre: Fiction Publisher: Rupa Rating: 5/5 Book Burb: There are human skulls speaking to men. There are demonesses falling in love with their prey. There is a jackal pretending…

Fingerprint to publish Soul Selfie by Sadguru RameshJi

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‘Interesting perspective into spirituality. An easy read’ – RAJKUMAR HIRANI, Film Director A soul has infinite potential, equivalent to the powers of the cosmos and universal energies . . . but by virtue of identifying itself with a finite physical body…

Tomi Adeyemi’s ground-breaking debut became a global phenomenon and instant #1 New York Times bestseller. THE LEGACY OF ORÏSHA continues with CHILDREN OF VIRTUE AND VENGEANCE

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December 3, 2019 “A phenomenon.” — Entertainment Weekly “The next big thing in literature and film.” — Ebony magazine  Children of Blood and Bone by 24-year-old author Tomi Adeyemi has exploded into a global phenomenon. Entertainment Weekly called Adeyemi “the new J.K. Rowling” and readers and critics alike…