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The Book of Dust Trilogy by Philip Pullman – La Belle Sauvage | Book Review

We have written before about Philip Pullman’s most popular work, the ‘His Dark Materials‘ trilogy. The majestically vast canvas of the worlds and peoples described in “The Northern Lights“, “The Subtle Knife” and “The Amber Spyglass” along with its central idea of questioning the concept of human consciousness, spirituality and the role of religions left many characters and questions in ... Read More »

Private India by James Patterson & Ashwin Sanghi | Book Review

Private India by James Patterson & Ashwin Sanghi - Book Cover

In the world of thriller readers, the name James Patterson is widely known. He has penned many best-selling books in the crime thriller genre including Alex Cross, Women’s Murder Club, Detective Michael Bennet and Private series. Like Robert Ludlum and Tom Clancy, James Patterson shares the writing with many aspiring as well as established authors to create these page turners. ... Read More »

Once Upon A Time In The North by Philip Pullman | Book Review

Once Upon A Time In The North by Philip Pullman | Book Cover

We have written before about Philip Pullman’s most popular work, the “His Dark Materials” trilogy. The majestically vast canvas of the worlds and peoples described in His Dark Materials along with its central idea of questioning the concept of human consciousness, spirituality and the role of religions left many characters and questions in reader’s memories. We all wanted to hear ... Read More »

Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri | Book Review

Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri | Book Cover

We have admired Jhumpa Lahiri’s acclaimed work “The Namesake” and tracking back her previous work led me to the collection of short stories that counts as her first publication in book format – Interpreter of Maladies. The stories were universally admired and won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the Hemingway Foundation / PEN award for the author. Since then, ... Read More »

Lyra’s Oxford by Philip Pullman | Book Review

Oxford, where the real and the unreal jostle in the streets; where the North Parade is in the south and South Parade is in the north, where Paradise is lost under a pumping station; where the river mists have a solvent and vivifying effect on the stone of the ancient buildings, so that the gargoyles of Magdalen College climb down ... Read More »

Spectre | James Bond Film | Hollywood Movie Reviews

The James Bond franchise needs no introduction and as the trade of spying is as old as humankind and its tendency to go to wars, i.e, as long as our histories go, it also goes in the circles like everything else in life. The James Bonds of sixties through eighties might score very high on the flamboyance and glamour aspects ... Read More »