2016
forsaken

Book review: Forsaken

Who in their right mind would reach out for a horror novel when they already know that they are...

Book Review: Optimal Exposure

  “That's the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet.”― Jhumpa...
Book review: Penumbra

Book review: Penumbra

Everyone one of us would have tried playing the sleuth when we were young, thanks to the Enid Blyton and Carolyn Keene books like the Secret Seven and Famous Five and Nancy Drew. Even Scooby Doo and friends helped us to imagine ourselves as the clue finders, that we...

Book Review: Meet Me in Paris

Book Review: Meet Me in Paris

One of the many reasons we read fiction is to escape the reality called life. Reading a memoir is like reading fiction for me, as it doesn't happen to me or anyone I know. For instance, I didn't realize Memoirs of a Geisha was an actual memoir until I completed it...

Book Review: Mummy’s Little Angel

Book Review: Mummy’s Little Angel

Last week a friend was discussing in one of the forums about how if a plot had identical twins, then it somehow it involves a case of mistaken identity in most regional movies for ages now. We though proved to him otherwise, had to agree it was the case of the...

Book review: The Devil’s Prayer

Book review: The Devil’s Prayer

I once got caught red handed by my Science teacher in my fourth grade for reading Archie's while she was teaching. (Yea I live on the edge like that.) A friend had brought her book for me to read and I wanted to finish it before the evening. No wonder I stood without...

Book review: The Speaking Ghost of Rajpur

Book review: The Speaking Ghost of Rajpur

My countdown of the number of days for summer holidays to begin starts right from the day our school reopens. I guess every Indian child would have done this. Summer vacations are all we wait for. For me, summer reminds me of the lazy afternoons with no fixed...

With You I Dance: A Book Review

With You I Dance: A Book Review

How far would you go further when you have realized that your dreams are shattered? What if it were the one thing that kept you alive and kicking? Would you forgive yourself if you were the only one that was responsible for your fall? This book made me ponder over...

Book Review: The Sunlight Pilgrims

Book Review: The Sunlight Pilgrims

Call me a pessimist but I am still wary about the much talked about Doomsday or Apocalypse. I mean who wouldn't want a Hulk or Iron man to save our asses and since I know that it is not gonna happen I will want Constance from this book to be at my side. Apart from...

Book Review: Corpokshetra: Mahabharata In The MBA Yug

Book Review: Corpokshetra: Mahabharata In The MBA Yug

You have heard it all. From your grandfather, your uncle and aunts all through your childhood every single time you request a story. And oh when you are all grown up a repeat of them several times a day especially when you don't request them at all. Yeah I am...

#100daysofbookquotes: Quote week: 15

#100daysofbookquotes: Quote week: 15

We are finally here. I am super happy and proud to share the final leg aka the Week 15 ofof #100daysofbookquotes.I know there have been times that I thought I was gonna go off the bandwagon but hey, I scrapped through. For those of you wondering what this is about, go...