Sunday, 8 June 2014

For You - VI

PS: This is an episodic romantic story. Every week, a new episode will be published.

To read first part, click here.

To read second part, click here.

To read third part, click here.

To read fourth part, click here.

To read fifth part, click here.

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Book Review: Kingdom Come

Book Review: Kingdom Come
Book Title: Kingdom Come
Author: Aarti V. Raman
Genre: Chick Lit (Or so I think)
Price: Rs. 299


Set against the backdrop of Kashmir, Ladakh and Tibet, this historical romance tells the story of Krivi Iyer, a former spy and bomb defusal expert who has an unsettled score with an unstable bomber known as The Woodpecker. In his mad vendetta against the bomber, he finds a trail which leads to Ziya Maarten, the manager of 'Goonj Business Enterprises' in Srinagar, Kashmir. Ziya is alleged to be the Woodpecker's sister. With her, Krivi thinks he can find his nemesis and settle the score. However, Ziya is not the terrorist's sister, but a beautiful distraction, one that Krivi finds himself infinitely enthralled by. Ziya discovers Krivi's past, and the two must decide whether the darkness of the past is enough to keep them away from each other, especially when Ziya herself hides a thirst for vengeance that scars her heart.