Overview: Genre: Mythology/ Science FictionNumber of Pages: 336Author: Prateep Roy Ratings: Story: 4/5Writing Style: 3.5/5Captivating (On the scale of 5): 3.5/5Overall: 3.8/5 Book Blurb: The protagonist, a prodigy, now a grown-up scientist, realizes his childhood dream of making a time machine. He creates Atitayā́n (a machine that travels to the past). In his quest to … Continue reading Curse of Kukkutarma
Everything about the book is just making it a great read but after 20% of the completion of the book, the author starts to feed the readers' minds with ‘Agenda’. I felt as if the author was trying to make up the mind of the readers in some way or another.
Overview: Author: C.J. TudorGenre: ThrillerNumber of Pages: 333 Ratings: Story: 4/5Writing Style: 4/5Captivating (On the scale of 5): 3.5/5Overall: 3.75/5 Review: Plot: The plot of the book revolves around the place called Chapel Croft. It is village that holds secrets and eventually Jack and her daughter gets involved in the secrets and everything starts to … Continue reading The Burning girls – book review
Just wow! I wasn’t expecting this to be so wonderful but believe me guys, The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish is just amazing. The best part of my experience was that I chose to listen to the book using Storytel App. So I was basically listening to Tiffany’s story rather than reading it. The … Continue reading The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish
Why you did this? But I love to read paperback. Don't do this, we really want to read you. But we don't have Kindle, how are we going to read it? - These were few of the questions that I got in inbox of my page and personal profile or in comment section. So I … Continue reading Why I Published ‘Just A Few Lies’ on Kindle?
"If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking." - Haruki Murakami Out of the total books being released in a year, a bibliophile may only be able to see 10% of the books and that's because of the great power of social media … Continue reading What are you reading today?
Whenever we talk about degrading English Literature or Author's reputation in society, one topic suddenly becomes the hottest of all the others and that topic is, Chetan Bhagat. Every now and then, wherever, Indian Literature in English language will be discussed, someone will surely abuse Chetan Bhagat. Why? What's his fault? Let's discuss. Let's move … Continue reading Thank You Chetan Bhagat!
“They put an off button on the TV for a reason. Turn it off . . . I really don’t watch much TV.” – George W. Bush Every one on this planet have just a same amount of time in a day; 24 hours. Your productivity level depends upon how you use those 24 hours. … Continue reading Switch off that ‘idiot’ right now!
Research says that creative people are lazy. Research says that people with creative minds, gets bored pretty easily. Research says blah and blah! If you want to prove your points, just add in the beginning of the sentence that 'research says' and people will believe you. You are a writer but whenever you sit in … Continue reading Your next ‘big thing’ is in that Shit!
We were all born as almost same. Same body structure, same features, same manner and with almost the same intensity of wailing but still we were all different. What was that one thing that created our individuality, one thing that can make us stand out of the crowd of billions? It was a very minute … Continue reading Gift of God?