Book Review: Thoughts Alight by Kawtar Elmrabti

Book Review: Thoughts Alight by Kawtar Elmrabti

Thoughts Alight by Kawtar Elmrabti evokes romance and revolution in my consciousness, a riot of metaphors impregnated with sui generis imagery, an intense celebration of love and beauty, a flood of high emotions that assails my senses and then dulls…

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Book Review: Offsprings by Krishanu Banerjee

Book Review: Offsprings by Krishanu Banerjee

Offsprings by Krishanu Banerjee was beautifully written and very descriptive poetry collection. I was amazed at how complex, deep, and emotional these poems got. Everyone is going to view poems differently because we have all been through different things

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Book Review: She: Screw Silence! by Reecha Agarwal Goyal

Book Review: She: Screw Silence! by Reecha Agarwal Goyal

There have been so many books on feminism in last couple of years. Reecha Agarwal Goyal explores this theme in this wonderful book of micro-tales She: Screw Silence.

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Book Review: Nocturnal Hours by Ruqayya Shaheed

Book Review: Nocturnal Hours by Ruqayya Shaheed

Nocturnal Hours is a collection of poems celebrating womanhood by Ruqayya Shaheed. The book has well-constructed layout, consisting different sections with a variety of poetic voices speaking about different times/events in a woman’s life.

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Book Review: Whispers Of My Soul by Rajiv Bhatia

Book Review: Whispers Of My Soul by Rajiv Bhatia

The poetry book Whispers of My Soul by Rajiv Bhatia is filled with some interesting musings, some quite well-worded verses.  The tenderness and the kindness in here are breath-taking.

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Book Review: Once Again Love by Sarita Mathur

Book Review: Once Again Love by Sarita Mathur

When I chose to read this book Once Again Love, I had no idea what I was going in for. This was the debut book for the author Sarita Mathur and I cannot help but say that I was fascinated….

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Book Review: Behind The Light by Aahana Mulla

Book Review: Behind The Light by Aahana Mulla

Behind the Light tore through my analytical mind and burrowed deep into my ultra-sensitive soul. It slayed all my emotions, my desires, and my love for vulnerable writing. I may not know a lot about poetry, but I do know a…

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