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Book Reviews for A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini

A Thousand Splendid Suns

A Thousand Splendid Suns is yet another tribute by Khaled Hosseini to Afghanistan and its people. To the fact that life goes on even in worst of circumstances, be it personnel tragedies or a raging war around. (Image Curtsey: Khaled Hosseini press kit) Book Title : A Thousand Splendid Suns Author : Khaled Hosseini Publisher : Bloomsbury # of Pages ... Read More »

Inception Movie Reviews

Christopher Nolan has created a niche for himself with brilliant movies like Memento, The Dark Knight and the latest feather in his cap is “Inception” starring Leonoardo DiCaprio where he continues exploring the depths of the human mind and the internal demons rather than external circumstances. Movie : Inception Director : Christopher Nolan Starring : Leonardo DiCaprio, Ken Watanabe, Joseph ... Read More »

The Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini | Book Reviews

The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner is one of the few books published in recent years that are set in the Afghanistan. These books tell the world about the Afghanistan, its natives, the decades of warfare the country has seen and the devastating effects of it. A beautiful place with nature’s beauty and bounty in abundance that men have ruined for gaining short-sighted ... Read More »

Detailed Reviews For Episode 4 of Kahani Chandrakanta Ki Hindi TV Serial

Let’s continue fascinating ourselves with the sequel of the saga “Chandrakanta” titled “Chandrakanta Santati”. As we know the tele-serial “Kahani Chandrakanta Ki” is based on the latter. Related reading for you: Detailed Reviews For Episode 9 of Kahani Chandrakanta Ki Hindi TV Serial Detailed Reviews For Episode 7 of Kahani Chandrakanta Ki Hindi TV Serial Detailed Reviews For Episode 8 ... Read More »

The Immortals Of Meluha | Book Review

Immortals Of Meluha

The first part of the Shiva trilogy by Shri Amish Tripathi made it to bestseller list of 2010 and deservedly as here is a book in historical/mythological fiction genre that has the power to grip the reader from beginning to the end with its simple story-telling and lovable characters. Related reading for you: The Oath Of The Vayuputras | Book ... Read More »