Poetry captures what’s so beyond comprehension, articulates what’s so often inarticulable, makes sense of the seemingly nonsensical. Verses and Stanzas have the ability to becalm the aggravated soul. So, to celebrate The non-fiction November, I took up reading ‘The Camphor of Night’ by Samir Satam.
The Mind Game by Devika Das reminds me of a best friend who is pursuing Masters in Psychology, is always busy researching and sharing the research with you- Untangling your life, one advice at a time. I came across this book in a cafe and while waiting for my cold coffee, I flipped a few… Read More [DETAILED] The Mind Game by Devika Das- A Journey to Discover Self
The Girl on the Train’ by Paula Hawkins is a psychological Thriller, that will keep you hooked until its very last page. At one point I felt like I was being watched by someone- that is the narrative power of ‘The Girl on the Train’. There was one point where I literally had to shut… Read More [BOOK REVIEW] ‘The Girl on the Train’ by Paula Hawkins will Blow your Mind
The First House by Robert Allwood- one of the best Macabre Fantasy novel reminds me of how I’ve flown with dragons, ruled a castle, solved murder mysteries, witnessed great wars, seen the clock fixed at 6’o clock and ran into the wall at Platform 9¾ at King’s Cross Station in London for the Hogwarts Train.
Upcoming LGBTQ Books :- Books are known to be always a best friend to an individual. They are a powerhouse of knowledge and wisdom. It is rightly said that, “There is no friend as loyal as a book”. Books have so much to give us and do not ask anything in return. They gives us… Read More [UPCOMING] 20 LGBTQ Books to Read During Pride Month for June 2019
Bird Box- the Netflix Sci-Fi Thriller, adopted from the post- Apocalyptic Novel of Josh Malerman ‘Bird Box’ is a story that will throughout keep you on your heels and will cease your eye Blinks since its beginning. People are absorbed with Mystic Thrillers that usually circumvolve around Zombie Apocalypse, Alien invasions and War Holocaust and… Read More NetFlix’s Bird Box Review | 10 Unanswered Questions