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REVIEW | The Girl In The Dream By Pravin Agarwal

|Blurb| 2017, Los Angeles – Vivaan, a NASA scientist has a strange recurring dream of a mysterious girl. His engagement with Riya turns into a nightmare when his dream starts turning into reality. He flies to Madhya Pradesh to find himself at the center of a 500-years-old enigma. 1500 AD, Kingdom of Ujjain – Shrinika is heartbroken when she is betrayed by Rudra, the king of Ujjain. After the unfortunate incident, she mysteriously disappeared. 2017, Madhya Pradesh – Dhiren, the evil son of the village sarpanch is in desperate search of the ancient Statue of Lord Shiva which is hidden somewhere in Shivgarh Fort and worth a billion dollars. 2011, MNIT Jaipur – Rachit fall head over heels in love with Swara when he is asked to propose to her, as a ragging prank, by his seniors.  What links Rachit and Swara to the complex puzzle of Vivaan’s dream? What is the secret of the ancient Shiva Temple? What connects Vivaan to Shrinika, the missing girl in the 16th century? Read on as you trav

REVIEW | At The Threshold Of Love by Namita Sonthalia

--Blu rb-- They fell in love – unaware that it had happened! But the passion that  lay veiled within, would that be enough to re-write their future together? Ahaana runs an event management company called 'The  Threshold of Love' with her childhood friend, Ansh. Celebrating  love in the lives of her clients, she is  unknown to the emotion  herself. Only until business tycoon, Ronit Malhotra arrives at her doorstep  to get his wedding planned. At first sight, she experiences what  weak knees are, but is unable to come to terms with the emotion  love.  As fate may have it, Ronit too cannot stay oblivious to Ahaana's  charm and charismatic magnetism. When things spiral out of control, Ahaana meets the fun-loving  stranger Soham at her cousin's wedding. As an arranged marriage  is set between them, will true love and passion make way into the  inevitable and re-do what destiny has already carved? Join their roller-coaster journey to find out how the mind and heart  ar

REVIEW | Pokhran by Uday Singh

|Blurb| The success of the ‘Smiling Buddha’ nuclear test marked the rise of India as a nuclear power in 1974. But what went unreported in the media was the nuclear fallout that had lasting impact on the inhabitants of Pokhran, especially Chaitanya. It quickly becomes clear that the conspiracy surrounding this radioactive fallout runs pretty deep in the establishment. Those who have had a hand in covering it up are willing to go to great lengths to ensure that the secrets stay buried. Chaitanya sets on a journey to expose the truth. With Zara by his side, he is sure to bring justice to his people. But when fate snatches Zara away from him, he is consumed by revenge. Undeterred by threats, he embarks on a mission that takes him from the deserts of Pokhran to those of Syria, and into the halls of MIT. A heady page-turner, at its very core, Pokhran is an exceptional journey of revenge, courage, love, and the unbeatable human spirit. TITLE- Pokhran AUTHOR- Uday Singh FO