Book Review

Book Review: That Thing About You by Abhaidev

Author introduce readers to Subodh, just another IT guy, who gets rejected at love. But wait, 'That Thing About You' is not just another love-story. After heart break, Subodh found a mysterious female voice in his head who knows everything about him and guides him for better.

Book Review: Belief and Beyond by Mukunda Rao

The book, Belief and Beyond, opens with above lines from Rig Veda. This is a very profound book and has provided me many new perspectives. I will re-read it because the idea density is so high! It offers many tools for improving self-awareness.

Book Review: The Deadly Dozen: India’s Most Notorious Serial Killers

This book, The Deadly Dozen, is a frenzied feast for all true-crime fans! It's a very insightful  and detailed account of some of the most horrific serial killers. In fact, while reading this book I just had to keep turning the pages yet again. Not just because it's all that enjoyable in any way, shape or form, to delve a little too deeply into the malefic minds of such murderous men, but because I sincerely believe that most people are fascinated in one way or another by serial killers.

Book Review: Invisible Ties by Nadya A R

Invisible Ties by Nadya A R is an incredible, heart-breaking read that really messes with your mind until the very end. The writing, while not for everyone I'm sure, had me mesmerized.

Book Review: Grit Gravel and Gear by Dhruv Bogra

Title: Grit Gravel and Gear Author: Dhruv Bogra Genre: Adventure/Travel, Non-Fiction Publisher: The Write place Language: English Narration Type: First person narration by Author Dhruv Bogra.   Book Summary: Grit Gravel and Gear Twenty-two...

Book Review: The Forty Rules Of Love by Elif Shafak

The Forty Rules of Love is a delightful entanglement of two narratives – one set in the contemporary times with Ella, a housewife as the protagonist.  Hers is a story of lost love and hope, till she finds herself changed because of a book she must read as a part of her new job’s obligations.

Book Review: Sadhana, Who Stalked her? by Spandana Chakradhar

This book, Sadhana, Who Stalked Her?, is smart. It is symmetrical in its execution in many ways.Sadhana’s character is smart. She is both the outcast that women are when they fight back, and she is something of the misunderstood-bad-boy hero turned girl.

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