Book Review : Indian Summer: The Secret History of the End of an Empire

I rewrote the Review for a magazine, which I think is better than the original review. I am publishing it here in my blog. The book Indian Summer: The Secret History of the End of an Empire is written by Alex von Tunzelmann, a British historian. Tunzelmann was educated in Brighton and at University College, […]

Thoughts on ” Indian Summer: The Secret History of the End of an Empire “

“IN THE BEGINNING, THERE WERE TWO NATIONS. ONE WAS A vast, mighty and magnificent empire, brilliantly organized and culturally unified, which dominated a massive swath of the earth. The other was an undeveloped, semi-feudal realm, riven by religious factionalism and barely able to feed its illiterate, diseased and stinking masses. The first nation was India. […]

Casual Vacancy – A Review

Image Source – The Telegraph If anyone had any doubt, what kind of a personality J K Rowling is, even after killing off Dumbledore and Snape; who, incidentally, needn’t have attained the current adoration had he not died, then their questions are laid to rest with this book – she is incomparably dark and gloomy […]