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Once upon a time in India: The Marvelous Adventures of Captain Corcoran by Alfred Assollant | Book Reviews

Once upon a time in India: The Marvelous Adventures of Captain Corcoran by Alfred Assollant

There was a time when teenagers were fascinated by adventure stories that made a big chunk of their vacation reading, especially before internet made the world such a small place and made so many more options available. We have all been exposed to translated stories of Joules Verne, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Satyajit Rai (Feluda mysteries), and countless others during ... Read More »

Saving Mr Banks | Hollywood Movie | Unbiased Reviews

The creative process of writing is sometimes so rooted in the subconscious that the lines between the personal experiences of the author, their wish-list and the imaginary world become extremely blurry. For a lot of writers, the spark that pushes them along comes out of a single incident, e.g., Stieg Larsson – the successful author of the “The Girl with ... Read More »

The Last Airbender | Movie Review

Continuing the animated TV series turned movies trail, let’s talk today about one of Nickelodeon’s most popular series that was adapted by none other than M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense fame), and won for him a lot of accolades, but in the worst categories, rather than best. We are talking about his 2010 film – “The Last Airbender“. Movie ... Read More »

A Slight Trick of the Mind by Mitch Cullin| Book Review

It has been more than a century that Sherlock Holmes was first introduced to readers and even after Arthur Conan Doyle was finished with one of the most entrancing and enigmatic fictional character of all times, the world wasn’t. Mr Holmes has kept appearing in countless ways including books that described new adventures, plays, TV adaptations (Elementary, Sherlock, etc.), and ... Read More »

Six Suspects by Vikas Swarup | Book Review

Six suspects is a crime thriller (fiction) written by Vikas Swarup who is enjoying a celebrity status (even more, after success of Slumdog millionaire, based on his book Q&A). Here are our personal and unbiased reviews for Six Suspects. Book Title : Six Suspects Author : Vikas Swarup Genre : Crime Thriller Publisher : RHUK (Mass market paperbacks) Published in: ... Read More »

The Accidental Apprentice by Vikas Swarup | Book Reviews

Book Title : Q & A Author : Vikas Swarup Genre : Thriller Publisher : Simon & Schuster (UK & Commonwealth), St. Martin’s Press -US Published in: (January 2013) Total Pages : 449 (Paperback) Purchase Links : From Amazon.com From Amazon.com This third outing by Mr. Swarup is a story of one character like Q & A, but it differs ... Read More »

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