Sunday, April 24, 2011

Delayed Monsoon- by Chitralekha Paul

After a prolonged dry spell, dark clouds loom over the horizon. The raindrops hit the parched earth with a vengeance… the aroma of soaked mud fills the air. A sense of rejuvenation spreads around as new life springs out, transforming the barren landscape into a thriving oasis. Abhilasha, the mother of a grownup girl, felt the same when she finally meets the love she had longed for. A union in the most unusual of circumstances and in the most unusual of places – the internet. Abhilasha was caught in a dilemma whether to listen to her mind or to follow the beats of her heart.

But this conflict served as an impetus which pushed her to a new height. Going through an emotional roller coaster, finally she reached a stage where her passion turned into compassion, the most powerful form of love, where all conflicts appear trivial, finding their way into a harmonious homogeneity. In this new scenario, none of her loved ones was left behind. A strong conviction bonded and inspired everyone to undertake life's journey where the rough edges were smoothened by the healing touch of love.  


A story woven around the life of an Air Force officer's wife with a glimpse into what goes on behind the closed gates, guarded by vigilant men in uniform. An insight into the life of Abhilasha and her dilemmas, the seemingly ordinary incidents, but which are interwoven into a complex puzzle that she must solve.
Author: Chitralekha Paul
Language: English
Pages: 232
Price: Rs. 150.00

The Unheards- by AK Bansal

A house abandoned for decades, an unheard past lost in time . . . waiting to be heard . . . and the one who will is finally arriving!


When the Edment family decides to shift in the abandoned Barcaldine house, a dicey decision soon brings them face-to-face with a lavish residency that seemed the answer to their dream house.

Martha wasn't glad of the new development but agreed remorseful for her husband and two kids. Little did they know Barcaldine was much more than it appeared.
Very soon the house begins to reveal itself through gruesome memories of a gone time, strikes the inmates with its very first haunting and that too meant for the chosen one coz the only person who could feel it is Mrs Martha Edments. . . .

Author: Ak Bansal
Language: English
Pages: 216
Price: Rs. 150.00

Saturday, April 23, 2011

The Mysterious Dreams- by Nandita Chakraborty Banerjji

When John Lennon said, “Imagine there is no Religion” . . . he did not suggest, “There is no God”. He meant God is one. Religion is just a brand.


Toddle along the extraordinary paths travelled by hippies who, by tuning in to their inner vision, etched their marks into the collective vision of mankind in the 20th century. After millennia of war and strife entailing suffering of countless millions, have we risen above our petty differences and embraced peace, love, and freedom? Or is our recurring past still lingering in our memories? What is the mystery behind the recurring dreams and perpetual fear?

The book's finale is still hopeful of liberation. . . .

Language: English
ISBN: 9788122311600
: 264
Price: Rs. 175.00

To Catch a Butterfly- by Vivek Kumar Agarwal

Life could seem like a jungle. Or a garden. Depends on whether you know your way around it. Same was the case with Nirmal, a young, fun loving, peppy guy. Living in Paris, MNC job and a foreign girl-friend, he had it all. His cup was full but was so brittle. It cracked one day and he felt empty. He felt lost in that beautiful jungle. In comes Sara. A professor, a guide, an alter ego. Her now loving, now rebuffing gestures brought him to his knees and made him learn the lessons he already had but dared not look for. May be you are also looking for some of them.

Language: English
ISBN: 9788122311587
: 127
Price: Rs. 95.00