The Hidden Power

The Hidden Power

Rs. 150/-
Life is a nightmare for him. He wishes desperately to wake up from it. With unusual events happening around him, will life get better for Inspector Shiva Chauhan? More info →
Expect the Unexpected

Expect the Unexpected

Rs. 180 /-
Welcome to the world of fear, betrayal and suspense... In ‘The fear factor’, read to know what happens to Neha who is lost in the jungle on a dark, treacherous night, with a predator on her trail. In ‘The Game’, four friends play Truth or Dare, until it takes a dangerous twist. Their quest for fun and adventure leads them to a night of dread and horror. Who is the little boy who comes knocking at Maggie’s door on a cold night? Is it only a little boy or is it ‘Death Calling’? In ‘Strangers’, Richard knocks at an unknown house to escape the fury of a storm blowing outside, unaware of the silent storm brewing inside that could change his life forever. In ‘The Truth’, Joseph witnesses a girl falling to her death. After a few months, he sees her again. Was she for real or was his mind playing games with him? These and other stories that will chill your spine...in ways unexpected! More info →
Perspectives- An Anthology of Telugu Short Stories

Perspectives- An Anthology of Telugu Short Stories

Rs. 225/-
The choice of writers, the themes and the styles represented in this volume tell us something about Srinivas Rayaprol himself, about the mind of the creative writer-cum-translator at work. The selected texts cover a range of themes concerning man-woman relationships, women's desires, the plight of single women, the functioning of bureaucrats and politicians, among others. One cannot miss out on the preoccupation with death in many stories, nor can one ignore the ironic twist in the conclusions of some of them. The choices also seem to suggest an inclination for the unusual, rather than run-of-the-mill stories, both in terms of theme and style. The final selection of the stories seems to be purely personal. The order in which the stories have been presented too seems unique, for it defies chronology. More info →