There are times when a book leaves you spellbound because the story was so beautifully conceived and woven that it binds you to itself. There are other times when a book sides with facts, comments on the issue that are important, especially political in nature, other times when the characters are so well written and … Continue reading A Delhi Obsession by M.G. Vassanji- A Review!
Trigger Warning: This book talks about abuse. Blurb:Kashika takes her first step into a hard corporate life, while being in an emotionally abusive relationship with Vivaan, which has taken a heavy toll on her lifestyle, but is unable to let go. As the circumstances turn sour with physical abuse making a way into their relationship, … Continue reading Book Feature- Lost Love Late Love by Namrata Gupta
There are times when you start reading a book you know you are entering into a dark area, a spectrum that you never knew existed, a shade which you never thought you would explore but just like life, this book also wants to surprise you. I read one such book recently and I had so … Continue reading Mistress Of Melodies By Nabendu Ghosh- A Review
Imagine you are in the prison for a crime you didn't commit, the police doesn't find anything against you but you're still not granted bail. What? You don't have to imagine it because it's actually happening to Munawar Faruqui? I see! Well, something similar or much worse has happened to so many and this book … Continue reading The Punished: Stories Of Death-Row Prisoners In India by Jahnavi Misra- A Review
There are books that have characters that hook you to them, there are others where the plot is such that you can't be at peace with yourself unless you read through the book. After all of that comes Murakami who writes in such a way that you are hooked from the first page without knowing … Continue reading After Dark By Haruki Murakami- A Review!
"That's the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet."-Jhumpa Lahiri I have been to Dehra with Rusty, to London with Tridib, to Lahore with Nida, to Lucknow with Amma Bi, to Afghanisthan with Hassan, to Kashmir with Shalini, and to pre partition India with so many that I can't even remember. … Continue reading Books Are My Escape- Here’s Why!
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!