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The Postwoman and Other Stories by Priyadarshini | Book Review

The Postwoman and Other Stories by Priyadarshini | Book Cover

Books are one of the best ways for us to record our learnings, pass on the knowledge, impart wisdom to the next generation. Children’s books are primarily intended to teach children about morals and good principles, but if we are to celebrate individuality, shouldn’t we leave the interpretation of these tales open to children? And unaffected by the established notions, ... Read More »

The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami | Book Review

The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami | Book Cover

To most avid readers, reading comes from the quest of understanding the world, not only the one immediately around you, but the bigger picture, faraway cultures, the shadowy space where reality ends, but thinking does not. The surreal and the magical does not always have to be fantastical. Some of the best examples of such works are the writings by ... Read More »

Dare To Live! By Himanshu Bhatia | Book Review

Dare To Live! By Himanshu Bhatia | Book Cover

The modern competitive world comes with so many technological advancements and its side-effects. Balancing in this competitive era is really tough. The life in the corporate world is even more challenging. Actually, you get some fantastic perks in those jobs. It all depends upon the management, especially your immediate boss, your team and top management. You may have a really ... Read More »

Glorious Boy by Aimee Liu | Book Review

Glorious Boy by Aimee Liu | Book Cover

There are so many reasons that lead us to the world of books: education, entertainment, escape, etc. But the books also are one of the best tools to inspire introspection, especially when we read works that serve as almost analytical history of time passing, generations moving and history forming. As the world has commemorated a century of the end of ... Read More »

Death in the East by Abir Mukherjee | Book Review

Death in the East by Abir Mukherjee | Book Cover

Murder mysteries and detective fiction are some of our favorite genres when it comes to fiction and so books falling into this class are always on our reading list. One of the contemporary writers we like is Abir Mukherjee and we have reviewed his Sam Wyndham and Surendranath Banerjee series here: A Rising Man A Necessary Evil Smoke and Ashes ... Read More »

The Sealed Letter by Emma Donoghue | Book Review

The Sealed Letter by Emma Donoghue | Book Cover

Although fiction is one of the greatest selling and mostly loved genre in the book-world of today, there is also a segment where historical fiction based on real events days past is a favourite with readers. Not only it offers the escape into past and opportunity to look at it with our contemporary glasses, it also offers a chance to ... Read More »

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