Another wonder by Mr King

I’ve been watching a lot of SK interviews lately. In one of those he said I write because I like it. I want to entertain my readers. I want them to sleep late, to be late for meetings, not complete their chores because they wanted to read just one more chapter. I want my books…

Book Review: If it bleeds by Stephen king

𝙃𝙤𝙬 𝙙𝙤 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙙𝙚𝙛𝙞𝙣𝙚 𝙖 𝙜𝙤𝙤𝙙 𝙗𝙤𝙤𝙠? The one that stays with you even if you’re not reading it, busy with cooking the characters are there with you. Conversing with someone and thinking how the protagonist will react to this certain situation. One such book for me is If It Bleeds BY Stephen king. The…

Midnight Sun by Stephnie Meyer

After finally a long period of waiting, I finally got to read ‘Midnight Sun’. It is basically Twilight only but from Edward’s perceptive. As a teenager I was quite fascinated by Edward. I was really excited for this, an actual chance to meet Edward It was great knowing a lot of things from Edward’s view.I…

Book Review: Do naak wale log by Harishankar Parsai

बरसो बाद हिंदी में लिख रही हूँ। कुछ गलतिया ज़रूर हो सकती है। कृपया नज़रअंदाज़ करने की कोशिश करे। बहुत सालो के बाद हिंदी में कुछ पढ़ा।बहुत अच्छा लगा की हिंदी किताबो की शुरुवात अच्छी हुई, नही तो हिंदी में आगे कुछ पढ़ना मुश्किल होता। अपनी भाषा मे पढ़ने का माज़ा ही कुछ और है।…

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

It took me almost a month to complete this one and almost the same amount of time to compile my thoughts about this one.And I don’t think I’ve enough words with me still to praise this book. This book is pure joy. It has been a simple, blissful, joyous journey for me.The book comprises of…

Book Review: Kafka on the shore by Haruki Murakami

Kafka on the shoreWritten by Haruki Murakami in 2002, translated in English by Philip Gabriel in 2005. It is a strange book, but it was likeable strange.Murakami has a habit of gripping the strangest things and making them interesting.I love that about him. . The book starts with a chapter called ‘The boy named Crow’,…

Book Review: The Palace of illusions by Chitra Banerjee

“Expectations are like hidden rocks in your path– all they do is trip you up”. Mahabharat whenever read/watched has always given me goosebumps with the majestic story and fascinating characters. The palace of illusions is Mahabharat from Draupadi’s point of view. 👏First of all kudos to Chitra Banerjee for completing the whole story in 350…

Book Review: Old man and The sea by Ernest Hemingway

“A man can be destroyed but not defeated .” The story of an unlucky old fisherman, who went eighty four days in the sea without catching any fish. He had a boy who used to work with him but after forty four days of no fish. His parents removed him from the boat and got…

The mother I never knew by Sudha Murty

Does this happen to you as well?One book by an author you cherish and adore and other leaves you in questions!! Wise and Otherwise was my first novel by Sudha Murty and she has earned one of the highest place on my shelves and that would always be there. No matter what I’d always be…

Book Review: Circe by Madeline Miller

I’ve always had a soft corner for mythological fiction. Mythologic magic has always been special. Circe is a story about of a lesser God. Daughter of Helios and the nymph Perse.Being a misfit in her world. When punished to exile, discovers her own strength as a woman and as a sorceress. The book starts in…