Category: All About Books

Why Every Woman Must Read Eat, Pray, Love

I gave this book – Eat Pray Love a chance only last month and it has instantly become one of my favorites. It affected me so much that I wish I read it a couple of years ago when I was going through a tough time in life. A personal …

Five (Most) Desirable Men from Literature

Some men from the books you read stay with you for life. Whether they are too hot to handle or you see a loving, doting partner in them, such literary men make you want to wish they were for real. Most of the times, I find it incredibly hard to …

Chitra Banerjee’s Rendition of Indian Epics

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is a known name in Indian Literature, especially for her take on Indian epics like the Mahabharata and Ramayana. Her re-tellings often have a strong female protagonist and profound elements of honor and duty. That is exactly what draws you to her books and makes you fall …

Book Subscription Boxes to Watch Out For

Up until a few years ago, Book Subscription Boxes was unheard of in our country. However, bookstagrammers are familiar with these from across the world, mainly OwlCrate and My Lit Box which comes with a box of goodies along with the ‘Book of the Month’. Things have changed and you …

Why Anna Karenina has my Heart

Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina is one of the most controversial classics of all time. It is considered as one of the toughest reads because believe me, it requires all your time and effort. With a whopping 1000 pages and eight parts, Anna Karenina talks about how a sophisticated young woman …

Jasmine Days by Benyamin #BookReview

One of my resolutions for this year is to read good books, especially from my TBR. My bookshelf has quite a few hundreds of books right now- brand new, untouched. I am on a book ban and I am trying to read as many books as possible from it.  However, …

2019 Reading Challenges That Urge You to Read More

It is that time of the year when I set goals for anything and everything in life. For now, let’s focus on reading. Reading Challenges help you to read more. At least that’s how I take it. The prompts of many challenges may restrict your reading, but I believe it …

13 Books to Cozy Up With This Winter

It’s December and winter is officially banging our doors. While we are bound to have bouts of boredom and are tempted to veg out all day, I love this season. Because after all, winter is the best time to cozy up with a good book. There are many shows these …

Poonachi by Perumal Murugan #BookReview

Since the last couple of months, I’ve been seeing this book – Poonachi by Perumal Murugan, doing the rounds on Instagram. I also found a few of my blogging friends reading and going gaga over it. Poonachi is also shortlisted for the JCB Prize for Literature. However, I still didn’t pick up …

Sniper’s Eye by Mainak Dhar #BookReview

How often do you get to read a gripping thriller, that too in Indian fiction? Believe me, I have tried reading many ‘so-called’ bestsellers over the years, but nothing really won my heart. It always lacked the basic adrenaline pumping, nail-biting storyline. So, how did ‘Sniper’s Eye‘ fare amongst them …

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