Once again, Bar Eclipse, Calangute, provides the setting for another of Steve’s masterful narratives.
Following the success of Steve’s debut novel, Are You?, the journey continues in the first book of the January Girl series.
A chance encounter leads to two strangers, Steve and Elina, deciding to go on a little trip, to explore the ancient ruined city of Hampi. This, however, would only be the start of their journey; a journey that would very quickly – for Steve, anyway – pose more questions than answers.
As the journey proceeds and Steve tries to unlock the door to Elina’s world, Elina becomes more evasive and mysterious in her behaviour, further arousing Steve’s intrigue. Who is this mysterious girl? Would she reveal the secrets that she seemed to carry? Or was it a burden she bore alone?
There was only one way to find out.
A military intelligence officer has disappeared. There is a slim chance that he may still be alive, held captive. But time is fast running out.
Ashwin Bhardwaj is asked to help. Spurred by the events from his past, Ashwin Bhardwaj races against time and finds himself in the face of morbid minds and lurking death.
Meet Ian Rogers and Drake Williams of the Broadway County, your quintessential, typical American kids on a ride worth of the mighty life itself. Travel through the first installment of the series through the land of Scyrin dwelled by the wise elves, diligent dwarfs and the generous men. Witness the kids confront their destiny deep in the ruins of Schweringard, facing a mortal threat larger than that for their age, for their secret friend remains the king of all- the Scarlet dragon.More info →
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.
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A modern girl with traditional conscience, Shayna is happily married to the loving, caring and picture perfect owner of a high-flying business empire. Her life is torn apart when she realizes her dark secret holds the only cure for her first love. Would she give up everything to see him walk again?
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