Browsing posts tagged: Genre Fiction
The Legends of Khasak

A restlessness born of guilt and despair leads Ravi to embark on a journey that ends in the remote village of Khasak in the picturesque Palghat countryside in Kerala. A land from the past, potent with dreams and legends, enfolds the traveller in a powerful and unsettling embrace. Ravi is bewitched and entranced as everything […]

Grain Of Sand

A timeless tale of complex emotional relationships from an acknowledged master Soon to be a major motion picture directed by Rituparno Ghosh, Chokher Bali is Nobel Prize-winning author Rabindranath Tagore’s classic exposition of an extramarital affair that takes place within the confines of a joint family. It is the story of the rich, flamboyant Mahendra […]

Jew

A man regains consciousness to find himself naked in a mass grave, with no idea who he is. His thought is survival, but in a religious war survival depends on knowing which side you are on. Donning another man’s military uniform, he drives off and enters a nearby town to discover that the occupying soldiers […]

The Maeve Binchy Writers‘ Club

Fascinating and informative – advice to inspire budding writers as well as entertaining Maeve Binchy fans the world over.’The most important thing to realise is that everyone is capable of telling a story. It doesn’t matter where we were born or how we grew up‘ Maeve BinchyTHE MAEVE BINCHY WRITERS‘ CLUB gives a unique insight […]

Flying Carpet

From the pen of one of Hong Kong's leading writers, Xi Xi (1930 – ), flying Carpet mirrors the past and present of Fertillia, an island city situated on the south-eastern coast of the huge country of Dragonland. Fertillia is of course Hong Kong, and the novel is part history and part imagination, a rich […]

H. G. Wells Floor Games

The delightful story of creative play with miniature figures and magical worlds on the nursery floor is brought back to life in this reprint of a historical work. Written for his sons in 1911, Wells’s story immerses the reader in a tale where possibilities are the given and surprises the fact. It has since been […]

Diablo III: The Order

Deckard Cain made his way across the floor, following the footprints to an alcove in the far wall. Rotted boards clung to supports, the last remains of an ancient library. This had been a ritual chamber, many centuries before, used to summon things from beyond the human world. A portal to the Burning Hells themselves, […]

Who’s Your TV Alter Ego?

ARE YOU A JERRY OR AN ELAINE? Or maybe you’ve been living life as a compulsive Monica, when all along there’s a carefree Phoebe just waiting to get out? Now’s your chance to learn the truth, without having to step foot inside a single comedy club or coffeehouse. Who’s Your TV Alter Ego? will help […]

StarCraft II: Devils‘ Due

It was at times like this that Jim Raynor, former marine lance corporal, proud citizen of the Confederacy and erstwhile farm boy, felt most alive. At the speed at which he was urging the vulture, the wind cooled his face so that the oppressive heat vanished. He felt like a wolf hunting down prey, except […]

StarCraft II: Heaven’s Devils

For the poor, hardworking citizens of the Confederacy’s fringe worlds, the Guild Wars have exacted a huge toll. Swayed by the promise of financial rewards, a new batch of recruits joins the fight alongside a slew of mysteriously docile criminals and a few dubious military leaders. Eighteen-year-old Jim Raynor, full of testosterone and eager to […]