Sometimes, there are books, books that we desire to have read earlier and this one book was something that I wish I had during my childhood years to read and look up to too. Continue reading “Ahimsa by Supriya Kelkar | Book Review”
Even with today’s well connected world we, at many times, we willingly or unwillingly choose to ignore many cultures that live and have grown around us, and books like this open us up to those cultures and touch us with their stories not only because they are well written like this book but also because they feel and are true in some place near or far around us.
So, how impactful it actually is? Let me tell you! Continue reading “Salt and Pepper by Maria Akhanji | Book Review”
For someone like me, who loves to write and never missed a good opportunity to write a letter, I always have that feeling that this culture and experience of letter writing is a legendary one that shouldn’t be lost with the time. And empowering that same feeling was this book.
The first thing that lured me towards this book was its tagline with an & instead of the expected or in the line Kill & Be Killed and then came the cunning cover of the book that made me believe this one is one good thriller that will have a competing touch to any Hollywood movie. But was my assumption correct? Let’s find out! Continue reading “No Heroes by Jamie Hall | Book Review”
I still remember and adore my days back in 2015 when I was struggling with my first ever now and now with the third one in “research stage”, I have grown up both as a human being and as a writer. But I still remain the child who gets excited about things like seeing my reflection in a person who is young and loves words just the way I did.
Being a lover of thrillers, I’ve read many kinds of them but every now and then I find myself holding something that I never imagined someone to write, and this book was one of such books and it left me unsettled.
As I have been saying for a long time, thrillers and murder mysteries never fail to attract me and at the same time, I never fail to test them the hardest with high expectations while reading them. To sum up this book, I will say that it’s offbeat. Continue reading “Sniper’s Eye by Mainak Dhar | Book Review”