I am a fan of Shari Lapena’s writing and she is one of the very few authors who will release the book and the next day, I’ll order them without giving any second thought. The book is good but not her best. If you are not a fan of the author, you can skip this one. If you want to start reading the author, go for The Couple next door. It was fabulous.
Review at Glance: Definitely worth your time. Overview: Genre: Domestic ThrillerNumber of Pages: 304Publisher: Harper Collins Ratings: Story: 4/5Writing Style: 4.5/5Captivating (On the scale of 5): 4.5/5Overall: 4.5/5 Review: Plot: Plot mainly revolves around Jane. Her ambitious life makes her do things that she never regrets and then she met Eddie and her life changed … Continue reading The Wife Upstairs – Book review
Audiobooks are the new revolution in the industry of books and Storytel and Audible are the biggest competitors in the ever-growing market but we are not here to talk about that. We are here to talk about the strange title of the blog and I am going to explain it bit by bit that how … Continue reading Be an Ideal Husband – Choose Audiobooks!
The book Gauri by Sathya Sam is an emotional ride that comprises of different life events from the life of Shiva where Gauri acts as a catalyst to his life and another girl Shalini is also a huge part that shapes the overall destiny of Shiva. Shiva and Gauri falls for each other and against … Continue reading Gauri by Sathya Sam – Book Review
The best thing about this book 'Anxious People' is that it invests in emotions with a pinch of humor but never leaves the art of storytelling as well. I have read the previous book of the author 'A Man Called Ove' and it still is one of the best book I have read but I … Continue reading Anxious People by Fredrik Backman – Book Review
The mail was from a debutant director of Telugu movies who just happened to read The Stalker and wanted to buy the rights for the same to make a Telugu film on it.
The world is changing and so are the mediums to connect with the readers. Today, I was invited as a speaker alongside with Ketan Bhagat and Indranil Mukherjee to discuss about adaptation of literature to cinema in the Phoenix Literature Festival that was organized online. So it was quite a strange experience to sit in … Continue reading #SandeepSpeaks – Episode 1
The whole story is quite good and keep you guessing till the very end and that is the big plus point for it but
I still can’t forget my experience of reading Paradise lost and found. The simplicity of the book and the way it held the reader’s attention was something that is rare. Ratnadip Acharya’s new book, The Speaking Stone is yet another masterpiece but is very different from his previous book. The Speaking stone is a kind … Continue reading The Speaking Stone – Book Review
My journey with video games actually began with Max Payne’s first edition that came out in 2001. Since then, I became a fan of this whole experience. The pleasure that I feel while playing games is all within the storyline. If the story is good, I’ll surely love the game but if the story is … Continue reading Detroit: Become Human – Game Review