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Laxmi Hariharan
She was having an awesome time launching channels for MTV and Syfy when a near death incident told Laxmi to get writing. NOW! A one time journalist with The Independent, she now writes compelling speculative romantic thrillers with a paranormal twist. The author of the multi-award winning Many... show more

She was having an awesome time launching channels for MTV and Syfy when a near death incident told Laxmi to get writing. NOW! A one time journalist with The Independent, she now writes compelling speculative romantic thrillers with a paranormal twist. The author of the multi-award winning Many Lives series, she also blogs for the Huffington post, has written for The Guardian and been featured in publications including The Economic Times, The Times of India and Verve. Married to a filmmaker and fellow author she now lives in London. She is also the proud owner of a mononym Twitter handle @laxmiReceive a free copy of THE RUBY IYER DIARIES when you sign up to her newsletter http://bit.ly/NewsletterLHReach Laxmi, on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/laxmihariharanauthoron Twitter https://twitter.com/laxmion Instagram http://www.instagram/com/laxmiwritesSuggested reading order in The MANY LIVES Series (Each is a standalone book)The Ruby Iyer DiariesMany Lives (of Ruby Iyer)First Life (of Vikram Roy)Second LivesSpin off trilogy novellasElusiveUnTamed Feral
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Birth date: July 25
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Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 12 months ago
I couldn't get into The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer, and I've been struggling to find out why. Ruby gets electrocuted and while she's physically okay, from that moment she feels the power of the electricity through her body. After that things start to get confusing. The setting is Bombay, which is very ...
sunsetxcocktail
sunsetxcocktail rated it 5 years ago
I received a copy from Netgalley.Not for me. Unfortunately DNFing at 27%. The idea of this one got my attention immediately. Diverse books FTW! POC main character, and set in Bombay? This was a must have for me. The description of the setting is beautifully vivid. Very well written and easy to pictu...
The Reading Head
The Reading Head rated it 5 years ago
I could imagine everything that happened in this book, the heat of the sun, the terror, and the love portrayed throughout the book was very well thought out and made to sound real. In fact the whole thing came across as plausible, which in its self is a frightening thought. It would be beyond awful ...
b00k r3vi3ws
b00k r3vi3ws rated it 7 years ago
3.5StarsWelcome to a post-apocalyptic India… Yes that’s right! In India!! All the post-apocalyptic books that I have read are based in the west, often making me wonder why no other country, or continent for that matter, ever survive an apocalypse? I mean doesn’t ‘end of the world’ actually mean end ...
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