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Tron: Legacy | Movie Review

If you grew up in India in 1980s – 1990s, you would remember the early days when video games were played on TV by connecting old fashioned VCR like devices and the games were very simple with a digital soundtrack limited to beeps and pings. With the electronic revolution, the world of virtual reality and games have exploded to billion ... Read More »

Pacific Rim | Movie Review

As you may have noticed, we love watching Adrenalin fueled action adventures that display science-fiction, a futuristic world filled with special effects and good old “end of the world” and saving of mankind by self-sacrificing larger than life hero formula movies – just as much as all of you. The genre always produces either very big hits or very big ... Read More »

I am Number Four | Movie + Lorien Legacies Book 1 Review

I Am Number Four: (Lorien Legacies Book 1) By Pittacus Lore | Book Cover

We have loved reading ever since we can remember and that means we happily pick up all and every kind of books without limiting ourselves to any particular genre. We enjoy thought-provoking and confrontational literature just as much as we like easy-going, entertaining, candy and popcorn books – be it science fiction, murder mysteries or thrillers. And while we do ... Read More »

Undaunted: Lt. Ummer Fayaz of Kashmir by Bhaavna Arora | Book Review

Undaunted: Lt. Ummer Fayaz of Kashmir by Bhaavna Arora | Book Cover

Recently, I found a book named Undaunted: Lt. Ummer Fayaz of Kashmir by author Bhaavna Arora at a really amazing price at Amazon India. Actually, I was keen to read the book since its release. And, various remarks about the book by some current and former armed official made me even more curious to read it. So, the book promotion ... 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 »

The Red Dot: A Short Story by Sharath Komarraju | Book Review

The Red Dot: A Short Story by Sharath Komarraju | Book Cover

Do you love reading crime thrillers, police procedural and detective fictions? We do :). And, when it comes to short stories, we find it often worthy of going for. They are not only cheaper in terms of price but also require less time to read it. Often, when you are traveling, such shorts can prove to be a good travel ... Read More »

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