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10 Best Books by Indian Authors of 2018 Featured @ Kevein Books and Reviews

The year that passed by was remarkable for us. This year we took the tag of ‘India’s Number 1 Book Review Website’ and reviewed around 350 books (that’s a lot). Thanks to the team. Like every year, this time is the best time to declare top 10 books written by Indian authors featured at Kevein Books and Reviews.

A collection of sixteen short stories based around human mind games and tricks. Engaging read.

A terrific novel of some MBA students – how they struggle to keep themselves alive in the cut-throat competition.

Gift of Confidence by Rohit Narang:
A motivational book, narrates the story of a CA final year student, who explores the hidden benefits of confidence. Truly inspiring.

The Last Attractor of Chaos by Abhinav Singh:
Epic spy thriller. Shruti, the lead character is six months pregnant, and surrounded with charges of weapon theft and murder. How would she resist all this alone?

Wavy Bob by Sameer Kulkarni:
This is a story of an IT professional named Ketan, who remains obsessed about losing his IT job. But why, find out yourself? Interesting and full of office politics.

Piku & Viru by Priyanka Agarwal:
Set in the fast-paced lifestyle of Mumbai. Piyanjali Kumari aka Piku falls in love with a smart TV personality. What would be the fate of her relationship?

Spinner of the Twisted Tale by Rajesh Iyer:
This is a story of Nalini – a natural storyteller. This book is full of many short stories.

Second Chances by Shreya Das:
A wonderful romantic read. This is a story of a young woman who is afraid to fall in love second time…but why? Find out yourself?

This is a brilliant retelling of epic Ramayana. Well, this time it starts from Sri Lanka and we see the rise and fall of Ravana. 

Inkredia by Sarang Mahajan:
This is the best fantasy fiction by an Indian writer in 2018. Amazing development of characters and landscape. Great story with great pace.

The list of books by Indian authors is endless, well the above list is prepared after collecting response from the readers that visit our site frequently. Planning a read, browse for a book here -


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