Stories On The Village By Premchand

Premchand is a writer I have grown up reading. A fond memory that I have of him is reading his stories in Hindi in my school years. I remember every year there was at least one story by him in my syllabus and although the reason then used to be teaching us morality, his stories … Continue reading Stories On The Village By Premchand

Exit West By Mohsin Hamid- A Review!

"Later he suspected something else. That they were ashamed, and that they did not yet know that shame, for the displaced, was a common feeling, and that there was, therefore, no particular shame in being ashamed." - Mohsin Hamid, Exit West 'Exit West' for me was a book which I had high expectations from but … Continue reading Exit West By Mohsin Hamid- A Review!

The Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini- A Review!

Genre: Historical Fiction"For you a thousand times over." - Khalid Hosseini, The Kite RunnerEvery time I see someone captioning their picture with this, the book lover in me, or rather the Khaled Hosseini lover in me almost screams; Do you even frikkin' know what you are referring to. Man! This statement and how its placed in the novel and what … Continue reading The Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini- A Review!

Anil’s Ghost By Michael Ondjaate- A Review!

Genre: Historical FictionNot starting with a quote today for this book is beyond me. I had to study it as a part of a paper, 'Contemporary South Asian Fiction' at the university and I won't lie but I could not make through it without crying. Not kidding, I was depressed for days. Every text in this paper … Continue reading Anil’s Ghost By Michael Ondjaate- A Review!