Equations by Shivani Sibal | Book Review

Two boys grow up together in the same house as childhood playmates. One is the son of the owner and the other is the son of the owner's driver. They both become aware of their place in the world as they grow older. But one of them has big ambitions reaching far beyond domestic servitude. This a story of aspiration and social change, of individual ambition and family bonds, set in the secret world of New Delhi's political and business families.

The Impeccable Integrity of Ruby R By Moni Mohsin | Book Review

Utterly enamoured with erstwhile superstar Saif Haq, twenty-three-year old Ruby gives up here scholarship in London and follows him back home to become a social media manager for his party that promises to change the political face of Pakistan. But even with someone as upright as Saif, politics is a moral minefield and Ruby struggles with the choices demanded of her. Resented and admired by her colleagues, favoured by Saif, Ruby appears unstoppable until one day when Saif asks her to prove her loyalty by making the most painful sacrifice of all.

Wish You Were Here by Jodi Picoult | Book Review

Diana, with her perfectly planned life, is all set to fly to the Galápagos where she's convinced her surgeon boyfriend, Finn, is going to propose. But then the virus hits New York City and Finn is needed at the hospital so Diana travels alone. Once she's in the Galápagos, the world shuts down around her, leaving Diana stranded - albeit in paradise. Completely isolated, with only intermittent news from the outside world, Diana finds herself examining everything that has brought her to this point and wondering if there's a better way to live. But not everything is as it seems...

The Stranger in the Lifeboat by Mitch Albom | Book Review

Adrift in a raft after a terrible shipwreck, ten strangers try to survive while they wait for rescue. After three days, short on water, food and hope, they spot a man floating in the waves. They pull him on board - and the survivor claims he can save them. But should they put their trust in him? Will any of them see home again? And why did the ship really sink?

Written in the Stars by Divya Anand | Book Review

When all efforts to land her that elusive promotion fail, Sitara decides to use the new marketing head's obsession with his horoscope to her advantage. Except, she is so focused on the career section of his horoscope that she doesn't pay attention to the personal section. Hilarity ensues when the star-crossed signals result in him pursuing Sitara romantically. Faced with choosing what she really wants, she must chart her own course even if what she has in mind may not be what the stars ordained.

You and Me on Vacation by Emily Henry | Book Review

Poppy and Alex met 12 summers ago on orientation day at university and did not hit it off. Next summer, they ended up sharing a car ride home and made a pact - to spend one vacation together every year. Two summers ago, it all went wrong. This summer, Poppy has asked Alex to join her on one last trip. Two friends. Ten summer trips. Their last chance to fall in love?

The Startup Wife by Tahmima Anam | Book Review

Meet Asha Ray. Brilliant coder and possessor of a Pi tattoo, Asha is poised to revolutionize artificial intelligence when she is reunited with her high school crush, Cyrus Jones. Cyrus inspires Asha to write a new algorithm and before she knows it, they've exchanged vows, she's abandoned her PhD program, and gone to work at an exclusive tech incubator called Utopia. The platform creates a sensation, with millions of users seeking personalized rituals every day. Will Cyrus and Asha's marriage survive the pressures of sudden fame, or will she become overshadowed by the man everyone is calling the new messiah?

How to Save a Life by Eva Carter | Book Review

It’s nearly midnight on the eve of the millennium when eighteen-year-old Joel’s heart stops. Kerry performs CPR for eighteen exhausting minutes while her best friend Tim freezes, unable to help. That moment of life and death changes the course of all three lives over the next two decades because sometimes saving a life is only the start of the story...

The Secret Life of Albert Entwistle by Matt Cain | Book Review

Albert Entwistle is a postman. It is one of the few things everyone knows about him and one of the few things he is comfortable with people knowing. That’s because Albert carries a secret. But soon it will be his 65th birthday and he will be forced to retire. With no friends and nothing to look forward to, he realises it's finally time to be honest about who he is. And he must find the courage to look for George, the man that, many years ago, he lost - but has never forgotten.

Lost Property by Helen Paris | Book Review

Dot’s life has become a bit stuck. The big dreams she once had are beginning to fade away as she works each day in the Baker Street Lost Property office. Until one day someone enters her life and unlocks a new determination inside her. After all, everything that’s lost belongs somewhere. Maybe now it’s Dot’s turn to be found…

Sweet Sweet Revenge Ltd. by Jonas Jonasson | Book Review

The lives of two men - Ole Mbatian and Victor - living over ten thousand kilometers apart, one in a valley in Maasai Mara and the other in a suburb in Stockholm, get entwined in the strangest way possible. And this life changing connection comes about through the profit seeking pursuits of Hugo Hamlin who just happens to be in the business of extracting revenge on his clients' behalf.

The Summer Job by Lizzy Dent | Book Review

Have you ever imagined running away from your life? Well, Birdy Finch didn't imagine it. She actually did it. Birdy is pretending to be a wine expert at a luxury hotel in Scotland which is the identity she has stolen from her best friend. And she is falling for the first man she has ever actually liked. How far will be too far for Birdy before all hell breaks loose?