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

You Are All I Need | An Anthology Edited by Ravinder Singh | Book Review

“But that was the nature of unrequited love- giving it your all and expecting nothing in return.” -You Are All I Need Blurb: Whether it is a distant lover or someone you see every day but can’t confess to; whether it is a love that grows silently or a love that’s not acceptable by society; whether it is a love that will never be yours or a love that is pure and untainted by jealousy-love will always finds a way to survive, to make life more beautiful, more liveable. That’s why we say, ‘Love makes the world go round!’You Are … Continue reading You Are All I Need | An Anthology Edited by Ravinder Singh | Book Review

Eleanor & Park | Rainbow Rowell | Book Review

Author- Rainbow Rowell Page Length- 336 Dear Eleanor and Park, thank you for existing even just in the book because being in your heads for those 300 pages, made me remember a lot of things, made me feel things that I hadn’t felt for sometime, made me go down the memory lane and made me smile and cry too. I don’t think I can ever recover from the feelings I experienced while reading this book. I just didn’t want this book to end. When we read such books we expect happy endings. But as the author said they’re 17 years … Continue reading Eleanor & Park | Rainbow Rowell | Book Review

Thanks For The Life | Shripathy Swaminathan | Book Review

“A single drop of negativity is more than enough to shatter the purity of all the positive vibes we develop” Author- Shripathy Swaminathan Page Length- 164 Format- Paperback The protagonist Aron Digit has spent most of the years of his life yearning for someone to be on his side and love him. Since his grandmother died he has been all on his own. When Aaron goes to Banglore for his job he meets Anahita and falls in love with her. At a certain part in our life, we regret ourselves clenching back to our past which cannot be changed and … Continue reading Thanks For The Life | Shripathy Swaminathan | Book Review

The Diary of My Love | Deesha Sangani | Book Review

“No one can heal you, only you can heal yourself. With every passing day, you have to come over your pain. Yes, some scars are deep and can’t be healed, but we can try to at least heal them. Acceptance is the only secret to anything. The day you accept the situation and accept it with open heart and mind, you would actually heal.”– Anushka, The Diary of My Love TITLE- The Diary of My Love AUTHOR– Deesha Sangani PAGE LENGTH- 176 GENRE- Romantic Fiction This is story of Anushka , who is a passionate girl, wants to achieve her … Continue reading The Diary of My Love | Deesha Sangani | Book Review

A Quest Called Life | Mehrzaad Mogrelia | Book Review

“It is okay to pause and rest for a while,Reflect on all the efforts undertaken so far,Absorb the positive vibes around you,Enjoy the glorious moments you have enjoyed,Love and appreciate the people that have helped you,Analyze all the times you have failed”– A Quest Called Life Author – Mehrzaad Mogrelia Genre – Poetry Page length – 56 Format – Kindle Edition A QUEST CALLED LIFE includes poems which are a series of free-flowing letters from the author’s older self to the younger self giving a voice to the various experiences that the author has encountered first hand or observed from … Continue reading A Quest Called Life | Mehrzaad Mogrelia | Book Review

Stories of Us : The Common Man | Bobby Sachdeva | Book Review

“Do we really respect women enough in our society?”“Have we become so class- conscious that we judge people only by their appearance?”“Have you ever thought of the starting people and their hunger?” -These are some of the questions that author asks his readers in the book. Author- Bobby Sachdeva Genre- Fiction Page Length- 254 Format- Paperback Stories of Us is the debut book of the author Bobby Sachdeva. It is a collection of 41short stories. It includes various thought provoking stories that makes us question many undesirable aspects of everyday life. The stories showcase a common man as a hero … Continue reading Stories of Us : The Common Man | Bobby Sachdeva | Book Review

The Girl With The Silver Star | Rachel Zolotov | ARC Review

I wish that our kids weren’t experiencing a war like we did.” -Lana, The Girl With The Silver Star Author- RACHEL ZOLOTOV Genre- HISTORICAL FICTION Page Length- 232 Format- Kindle edition This book is inspired by the struggles and suffering of the author’s ancestors during World war II. It’s a story of a mother’s ( Raisa) extraordinary love, who went to all limits she could to protect her daughters (Luba and Sofia), and her family from the Nazis while her husband (Abraham) fought at the front line. This story talked about the unwanted journey that Raisa has to take with … Continue reading The Girl With The Silver Star | Rachel Zolotov | ARC Review