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The Diary on the Fifth Floor by Raisha Lalwani – Book Review

Raisha Lalwani begins her book with a beautiful prologue exhibiting doubts about the reality of life. 

“The choices we make define the kind 
Of people we then become. 
The main question here is: 
Do we like who we have become?”

Check this review of Raisha Lalwani’s debut novel “The Diary on the Fifth Floor” to know if the author has fared well giving the reader a novel to remember? Continue reading The Diary on the Fifth Floor by Raisha Lalwani – Book Review

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The Shrine of Death by Divya Kumar – Book Review

The Shrine of Death, the debut work of Divya Kumar into the realms of thriller fiction is a gripping fast paced tale which follows the events after a researcher goes missing and some Chola period idol stolen. What follows leaves us on a cliffhanger with the author never ceasing to amaze us delivering what the reader would consider a perfect read for the day. Continue reading The Shrine of Death by Divya Kumar – Book Review

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 |

{ Appeared here (with edits) }   A memoir has the capacity to take you on an exhilarating ride as a reader. It captivates the readers into 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 isn’t only about victories, … Continue reading Unstoppable: My Life So Far | Maria Sharapova | Book Review |