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When The Devil Whispers by Ajinkya Bhasme | Book Review

When The Devil Whispers by Ajinkya Bhasme | Book Cover

As you know, from time to time we share on this blog our views on contemporary books that reflect on the real-life issues. These books often discuss the darkness of human nature and how it affects our society. Recently, we were introduced to the profile of Ajinkya Bhasme, who is an alumnus of IIT Mumbai and a multi-talented artist who ... Read More »

A Flight of Broken Wings by Nupur Chowdhury | Book Review

A Flight of Broken Wings by Nupur Chowdhury | Book Cover

One of the great joys of reading is discovering new worlds and one of the great joys of reviewing is discovering new authors who create these fascinating worlds. A while ago, we were approached by Nupur Chowdhury who provided us a copy of her book The Flight of Broken Wings, and it was my delight to read it for Team ... Read More »

Strike – Career of Evil | TV Series Season 3

Continuing our journey of watching British television drama Strike, we watched season 3 lately. As the fans of Robert Glabraith / J K Rowling would know, this season is based on the third book called “Career of Evil“. You can read our reviews of the previous two seasons below: Strike – The Cuckoo’s Calling | TV Series Season 1 Strike ... Read More »

Strike – The Silkworm | TV Series Season 2

The second book by Robert Galbraith featuring detective duo Cormoran Strike and Robin Ellacott was called ‘The Silkworm‘. After the positive response from viewers on the season one, this book has also been televised through two episodes and was released as season two of Strike/C B Strike. TV Serial : Strike aka C. B. Strike (Season 2) Genre : Crime ... Read More »

Five Minutes Longer By Siddhant A. Joshi | Book Review

Five Minutes Longer By Siddhant A. Joshi | Book Cover

Recently we’ve got a chance to read Five Minutes Longer, a short book by Sidhhant A. Joshi. Though this is Siddhant’s first book, his association with literature is not something new. In fact, his mother is a published author. He was introduced to the wars when he was around 8. To no surprise, his debut book is focused on the ... Read More »