Month: November 2019

The Golden Eagle explores the world of birds

Editor | Books for Children “We will tell you a story” said Dovey. “We will tell you the story you wanted to hear.” The Rose Garden has always been famous for its marvellous tales of adventure, survival and travel recounted there. One evening, Shikar the squirrel’s favourite doves – Lovey and Dovey – narrate a

Adeyemi’s Children of Virtue and Vengeance to be published in December

By A Correspondent New Delhi: Children of Blood and Bone by 24-year-old author Tomi Adeyemi has exploded into a global phenomenon. Entertainment Weekly called Adeyemi “the new J.K. Rowling” and readers and critics alike are calling this fantasy novel inspired by both West Africa and the American black experience ground-breaking, relevant, and impossible to put

Find true love in Andre Aciman’s Find Me

Editor | Fiction In Find Me, Aciman shows us Elio’s father, Samuel, on a trip from Florence to Rome to visit Elio, now a gifted classical pianist. A chance encounter on the train upends Sami’s visit and changes his life forever. Elio soon moves to Paris, where he, too, has a consequential affair, while Oliver,

Seagull Books to publish Peter Handke’s The Great Fall

By A Correspondent The latest novel by Peter Handke, one of our greatest living writers, chronicles a day in life of an aging actor as he makes his way on foot from the outskirts of a great metropolis into its center. He is scheduled to receive a prestigious award that evening from the country’s president,

Harinder Sikka revisits the pangs of Partition in Vichhoda

Editor | Fiction The year is 1950; the Liaquat-Nehru Pact has been signed between India and Pakistan; she doesn’t know it will change her life forever; it will also make her stronger. Bibi Amrit Kaur’s life is torn apart in the 1947 riots. She’s now in a different country with a different identity. She accepts