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Light-A Bit of Fact, A Bit of Fiction | Vikky Abraham | Book Review

TITTLE: LIGHT – A BIT OF FACT, A BIT OF FICTION AUTHOR: VIKKY ABRAHAM Being a woman in the Indian society isn’t easy. I don’t say that everyone here is bad but a major chunk of society here does seem so to me. From a very young age girls are taught to adjust, to keep quiet, getting involved in the household chores etc. Some are even deprived of the basic education because the “so-called” society believes that they wouldn’t need them as all they are supposed to do is get married and bear children. Even after being sexually/ physically/mentally assaulted … Continue reading Light-A Bit of Fact, A Bit of Fiction | Vikky Abraham | Book Review

A Pleasant Escape | Piyush Rohankar | Book Review

“Will I find a place in your memory?Or if you choose to write a story,I wonder if you will remember?Or will I be your forgotten December?Is this your final goodbye?These seven days of silence,How am I supposed to read it?”…………….. Book Title- A Pleasant Escape Author- Piyush Rohankar A Pleasant Escape is a book thar made feel almost every emotion that exists within 222pages. It’s a different yet the most relatable story. I not only read but lived each and every page. I found myself relating to each and every character. Alok, Gaurav, Manish, Balram, Ankit, Sakshi, Abhijeet, Rohini, Indu, … Continue reading A Pleasant Escape | Piyush Rohankar | Book Review

Magical Mythology | Stuti Gupta | Book Review

” Black and white, good and evil are two sides of the same coin. To be good, you only need to defeat the not-so-good inside you.” Book Name– Magical Mythology Author Name– Stuti Gupta I haven’t read any mythology genre book till now. So I thought of starting with this one as it’s a children’s book. As I read through, I felt that it’s for adults too because it includes different stories which might interest adults as well. The book is divided into 8 parts- Ganesha, Rama, Sita, Ravana, Hanuman, Krishna, Draupadi and Pandavas. I loved the way of story … Continue reading Magical Mythology | Stuti Gupta | Book Review

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