A House For Mr.Misra | Jaishree Misra | Book Review

  “You are a king by your own fireside, as much as any monarch in his throne” –¬†Miguel de Cervantes. A house isn’t just four walls or a roof over your head. It isn’t simply the amalgamation of bricks, sand and cement. A house is more than just a shelter. According to me, It is the place where people seek solace, where memories are made … Continue reading A House For Mr.Misra | Jaishree Misra | Book Review

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Unstoppable: My Life So Far | Maria Sharapova | Book Review |

A memoir has the capacity to take you on an exhilarating ride as a reader. It captivates the readers into a space, mostly divulging thoughts which were until then deeply hidden in the abyss of the author’s mind unknown to the outside world. Have you ever wondered what thoughts does an athlete bear? Athlete’s life aren’t only about victories, fame, money, fan followings. They too … Continue reading Unstoppable: My Life So Far | Maria Sharapova | Book Review |

Murder In Paharganj |Kulpreet Yadav | Book Review

Kulpreet Yadav’s new book “Murder in Paharganj has been getting a lot of social media hype over the past days. The blurb makes the reader anticipate the book to be a great thriller. Who doesn’t love a stunning thriller that makes you go over the edge of your seats? Has Kulpreet Yadav’s new thriller got all the elements right? A foreigner, Sherry Bing is dead … Continue reading Murder In Paharganj |Kulpreet Yadav | Book Review

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The Boys Who Fought: Mahabharata For Children | Devdutt Pattanaik | Book Review

Stories were everything once upon a time until Technology dominated and engrossed most of our times. Before the advent of YouTube, Netflix and Kindles, our elders used to regale us with stories which were good adhesive making an emotional bonding. Children used to pester elders for stories as elders found many new stories which made us dwell in our very own dream lands. Stories eased … Continue reading The Boys Who Fought: Mahabharata For Children | Devdutt Pattanaik | Book Review

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The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy – Book Review

They say the flow of times changes everything and everyone. I am sure this is true particularly with Arundhati Roy’s writing. It seemd like a sudden literary burst after two decades. 20 years has passed since her winning the most coveted literary prize of the world “The Man Booker Prize” in 1997 for her book “The God of Small Things” and here we are happy … Continue reading The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy – Book Review

What Kitty Did | Trisha Bora | Book Review

When was the last time you read a book where you can relate with the protagonist ? Well, here is Trisha Bora’s “What Kitty Did?” that offers the readers into a fun filled ride and a session of delectable read. I was surprised to find that she is an editor at Juggernaut Books and this was her debut work. Congrats on the excellent debut book … Continue reading What Kitty Did | Trisha Bora | Book Review

A Life of Adventure and Delight by Akhil Sharma – Book Review

Akhil Sharma’s new book “A Life of Adventure and Delight” is a collection of eight short stories whose protagonists are Indians living home and abroad. This is Akhil Shamra’s third book while his first two “An Obedient Father” and “Family Life” garnered much appreciation among readers. The book cover seems to grab eyes with its radiant and vibrant colors and seems to potray the title … Continue reading A Life of Adventure and Delight by Akhil Sharma – Book Review