April 1, 2023


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Book Review: All Those Who Wander by Kiran Manral

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Namrata reviews All Those Who Wander by Kiran Manral (Published by Amaryllis- an imprint of Manjul Publishing House, 2023) and calls it a captivating tale of yesterday, today and everything in between.

The entire premise of All Those Who Wander by Kiran Manral is based on What if? A pertinent question that haunts many of us, this book is the culmination of all the what-if scenarios we have ever imagined in our minds.

What if one could go back in time and change that? What if one could undo that action? What if one had responded differently, would the present be different? Manral takes all these questions and weaves a captivating tale around them to create All Those Who Wander.

Kiran Manral is an award-winning author. A prolific writer, her works across genres are engaging and captivating. She has dabbled in both fiction and nonfiction with equal elan. Published by Amaryllis (an imprint of Manjul Publishing House), All Those Who Wander is her latest sci-fi novel.

With an eye-catching emerald-green cover that has a girl peeping through some leaves and flowers, one cannot help but notice the crow on the cover (an important element in the story). The cover has a bit of everything – mystery, drama, fear, suspense, and tons of intrigue. Those mysterious eyes on the cover are inviting.  Such detailing is what piques a reader’s interest in the story.

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