Name - That Night Under the Stars Author - Alka Dimri Saklani Pages - 114 pages Genre - Fiction Format - Kindle Human nature is complex for a anyone to understand. What shade of a person may show up at what time is something that can never be predicted by anyone. “That Night Under The Stars: An Enemies to Lovers Romance” by Alka Dimri Saklani is one example where the author explores the manner in which the emotions of a person can change towards the other and also, how personal and professional fronts have to be balanced keeping all this in mind. The book is a simple yet complicated story of three protogonists Shaurya, Tanvi and Arya. It is narrated by Tanvi itself, who is a successful lawyer. Shaurya is a renowned doctor and the husband of Arya. He mentally tortured his wife by doubting her character and threw Arya out of his house. The story starts with Arya sitting in Tanvi's office. She is ready to fight for Arya and get her a divorce from her abusive husband, and can do any
Name - Winter Poems Author - Sabarna Roy Pages - 62 pages Genre - Poetry Format - Kindle Edition As the title says itself, the book is a collection of different poems highlight various aspects of life and death. The poems are mainly inspired by the mild season that prevails in Kolkata portraying myriad shades of humans. Some of these deals with imaginations of death and home while others with the idea of loss and coming to terms with gradual wasting of life. I really loved reading this book. Every poem is different from each other yet connected with each other in an unusual way. The writer talks about everything, the valleys, winter, complex human relations and foremost important death. The way he describes death, the parting with each other, that line makes us sad but it's beautiful as well. One of the poem related to death that literally shook me was ~ "They forgot to put my body on fire, on freshly chopped logs of wood, oil crackling and boiling".