Thursday, November 20, 2014

The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer by Laxmi Hariharan

First off, I would really like to say how honored are that we were asked to be apart of this blog tour! If you want to transport yourself to another part of the world and read an action packed book, this is your chance. Ruby Iyer is a quick read full of witty banter and thrills around every corner that will keep you guessing. Thank you again, Laxmi, for giving a chance to participate and thank you for writing such an awesome book!

NOW AVAILABLE: The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer by Amazon bestselling author Laxmi Hariharan!?
This is a character-driven YA thriller with an awesome female protagonist, and she's set to take Bombay by storm, even if it means putting her life in the balance.

Read The Ruby Iyer Diaries, the Ruby Iyer prelude, on Wattpad.

About The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer

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A girl desperate to rescue her best friend. A cop willing to do anything to save the city he serves. A delusional doctor bent on Bombay's annihilation. When Ruby Iyer's best friend is kidnapped by the despotic Dr Kamini Braganza, she will do anything to rescue him. Anything, including taking the help of the unpleasant Vikram Roy, a cop on a mission to save Bombay. The city needs all the help it can get, and these two are the only thing standing between Bombay and its complete annihilation by Doctor Braganza?s teen army. As Bombay falls apart around them, will Ruby be able to save her friend and the city? Will she finally discover her place in a city where she has never managed to fit in? And what about her growing feelings for Vikram?

Add The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer?to your Goodreads TBR pile. Read The Ruby Iyer Diaries, the Ruby Iyer prelude, on Wattpad.

About Laxmi Hariharan

Lax.selfieA near life experience told Laxmi Hariharan to write. She never stopped. Laxmi is the creator of Ruby Iyer, and the Amazon bestselling, eLit Gold winner The Destiny of Shaitan (Bombay Chronicles, 1). She has been a journalist and a global marketer with NBCU and MTV. Laxmi also blogs for Huffington Post, among others. London is where she writes. Bombay is what fires her imagination. Reach her @laxmi or at a Rafflecopter giveaway