Category: Fiction

Simon & Schuster India ties up with Yoda Press

By A Correspondent New Delhi: Leveraging the collaborative strengths of two unique lists, Simon & Schuster India will publish splendid graphic books, fiction and trade non-fiction titles, which will tell edgy memorable stories with political and emotional heft. The first two books of the joint venture between Simon & Schuster India and Yoda Press will

Not All Those Who Wander looks at the millennial friendship

Editor | Fiction Gehna Rai seems to have floated through the first seventeen years of her life and hasn’t a clue about what to do with the rest of it. She has normal friends, goes to a normal school and belongs to a normally dysfunctional family. In fact, everything about Gehna is normal-except she just

The World Between Us: A romantic read

Editor | Fiction When Amal finds out that her disastrous Tinder match is now going to be her boss, she can’t be more annoyed. Qais Ahmed is everything she never wants to be: narcissistic, manipulative and arrogant. However, despite her relentless efforts, she is unable to resist his charm and wit and is drawn to

The Endgame: Two Indian women in war-torn Iraq

Editor | Fiction Saddam Hussein is dead, but there’s no end to war in Iraq. Armed with a reputation for daredevilry, reporter Tejaswini Ray arrives from New York to cover the conflict and is immediately enmeshed in a skirmish with Commander Luke of the US Marine Corps. Bound by Luke’s strict censorship rules, Tejaswini –

Arvind Adiga’s Amnesty, the novel to watch out for in New Year

Editor | Fiction Danny–Dhananjaya Rajaratnam–is an illegal immigrant in Sydney, denied refugee status after he has fled from his native Sri Lanka. Working as a cleaner, living out of a grocery storeroom, for three years he’s been trying to create a new identity for himself. And now, with his beloved vegan girlfriend, Sonja, with his