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Book Review: The tree with a thousand apples

"God save us from people who mean well"- Vikram Seth   Author:  Sanchit Gupta No of pages: 279 Publisher: Niyogi Books Format: Hardcover Language: English Genre: Fiction  About the book: The book starts in the year 1989 in the serene... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Wonder

"Everyone in the world should get a standing ovation at least once in their life because we all overcometh the world"- R.L.Palacio   Author:  R.L.Palacio No of pages: 410 Publisher: Corgi Format: Paperback Language: English Genre: Fiction  About the book: The... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Chronux

"Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become the monster, for if you gaze long enough in an abyss, the abyss will gaze back into you"- Freidrich Nietzche   Author:  Sagar Kamath No... Continue Reading →

Why I prefer books over internet or television?

Born in the environs of a house located in the hustle bustle of a small marketplace in a quaint little hill station, I had very few friends in my neighborhood. The talks of the elders were too complicated or rather... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Deceived

"Denial. The only thing that keeps most of us from losing our sanity."- Deceived by Heena Rathore P. Author:  Heena Rathore P. No of pages: 300 Publisher: Citrus Publishers Format: Paperback Language: English Genre: Fiction (Psychological Thriller) About the book:... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Finding Juliet

Author:  Toffee No of pages: 216 Publisher: Srishti Publishers Format: Paperback Language: English Genre: Fiction  About the book: The book follows the story of Arjun a guy who is in search of love but the cupid never seems to be... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Love in the time of Pokemon

Infatuation  "By looking deep into your mascara clad eyes I can imagine a frame worth 5043 Instagram likes"- From the poem Delusions of Modern Love by Anurag (Love in the time of Pokemon Author: Anurag Verma Format: Kindle Language: English Genre:... Continue Reading →

Bibliophile on Budget

Browsing through those enchanted shelves, running one's fingers through those beautiful spines, the heady fragrance of books wafting in the air well if there is a heaven this could very well be it. A heaven where I can own these... Continue Reading →

Author Interview: Manish Dubey author of “A Murder in Gurgaon”

Being a newbie book reviewer it was a happy moment for me when I was asked by Manish to review his debut novel A Murder in Gurgaon. Boy oh Boy I was thoroughly in for a ride as this book... Continue Reading →

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