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Category: Book Review

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 …

Chanakya by Ashok K. Banker #BookReview

We all know of Chanakya as the Prime Minister of Chandragupta Maurya. He was a Jurist, Philosopher, a brilliant War Strategist and a Political Wizard. He had written the ‘Arthashastra’ which is considered a handbook on the governance of a country and is followed by students of Political Science. Chanakya …

Wonder by R.J. Palacio #BookReview

Earlier this year, my blogging circle was going gaga over this book – Wonder by R.J. Palacio. I trust the recommendations of most of these bloggers and often pick up books based on their suggestion. This time, however, I thought ‘Wonder’ would be way too serious and emotional- to say the …

Children of Blood and Bone #BookReview

‘Children of Blood and Bone’ has been doing the rounds on Instagram since like forever. Fantasy wasn’t my favorite genre and I always thought that I wouldn’t in my right mind, buy books on this subject. When Harry Potter was released 20 years ago, my cousins tried their level best …

Koi Good News? #BookReview

I had seen this book ‘Koi Good News?‘ doing the rounds on Instagram for the last two weeks. The title itself piqued my interest because I am being asked this question for the whole of my wedded life. And thus, I decided to give it a shot and guess what? …

The Upside of Unrequited #BookReview

With an average of 4.03 in Goodreads, I thought this book- The Upside of Unrequited would be spectacular. But clearly, that wasn’t the case. So, what went wrong? The Plot: The Upside of Unrequited is Molly Peskin-Suso’s story. She is super artistic with crafts and desserts, is fun and hoping to get …

Generously Yours #BookReview

Inderpreet’s ‘Generously Yours‘ is a short tale of a young woman who is battling with various emotions of love, loss, and grief. An Army Wife, Inderpreet is a voracious reader as well. Her blog stands testimony of her love for writing and reading. She has graced this space before with a …

Small is Big #BookReview

Microtales are quite the in thing these days. These stories speak a lot in fewer words and often leaves the reader with a huge scope of imagination. I salute those who can write flash fiction, 55ers and I have always been a fan of micro tales. It needs creativity and a vivid …

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