Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar may be the destination for millions of pilgrims and trekkers alike, but it’s every step of the journey there that matters to Kavitha and Pallu.
Editorial Review: Walking in Clouds, A Journey to Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar by Kavitha Yaga Buggana
The Moment Before Dying is the fictional memoir of Tony Castello who finds himself backed into a corner and staring down the wrong end of a gun.
Books are not just great for allowing us to step into rich fantasy or science fiction worlds, but also for seeing the world outside our doorstep in a new light.
In the opening of A Dream of Dragons, by Lauretta and Michael Kehoe, Henry finds a naked, frightened young woman alone on the beach. He thinks she’s been hurt, since she doesn’t seem to be able to talk, but the police and paramedics find no evidence of injury. Henry has no ties to the stranger, but he can’t just leave a confused, possibly traumatized young woman alone, can he?
Within The Flame is a book that quickly draws in readers with interesting characters and relatable situations.
This September saw our readers saying farewell to Summer and getting ready for Autumn with a great selection of books. Fortunately, there were plenty of stories available to make it a September to Remember.
When Zestine saves Tris from a near-deadly encounter she didn’t know she was throwing herself into a world even more fraught with peril and darkness than she's ever known – but also more love.
Cats tend to be a little more free-spirited and independent than dogs, which is why it is often the loyal canines that take center stage in many novels. However, this does not mean that felines do not have their own fair share of literary appearances.
Big Wishes For Little Feat by Cheryl Olsten is the charming and captivating tale of a horse named Lafitte De Muze and a young girl named Ella. Although they live on opposite sides of the world and have to endure different challenges, their paths are destined to cross.
Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier is one of the classics of the Gothic novel genre and its popularity has ensured that it has never gone out of print since 1938.