This is the second time I got the opportunity to get my hands on Sapan Saxena’s book. The young author who has enjoyed quite an excellent debut with his book Finders, Keepers, now tries to charm his audience with UNNS – The Captivation. Does he succeed? Does he live up to his readers’ expectations?
Before I start my review, I think I should make a confession. Krishna Udayasankar, the brain behind Immortal, deserves my apology. Her book and talent was highly underestimated. (Not to mention the error in judgement about her gender. Trust me, names can be misleading.) It took me a while to notice about her being a
An advisory note for the bookworms and the potential bookworms: If at all, anyone wishes to explore new books (read: experiment with new authors or genre) then I have a perfect checklist to make their choices easier. So here it goes: One. The author is a debutante. Two. The author is a Puneite. And three.
First things first, the author Christopher C. Doyle deserves a pat on his back for the improvement in his quality of storytelling. It’s no secret that his first book The Mahabharata Secret, wasn’t as exciting as expected. In my personal opinion, I had even contemplated of giving up his book mid-way. After reading his previous
A question runs across my mind. What is it with engineers and writing? Almost every author whom I follow, comes from an engineering or an MBA background, may it be few of my favorites Ashwin Sanghi, Amish Tripathi or other authors like Christopher C. Doyle, Chetan Bhagat and so on. Coming back to the book,