The Fault In Our Stars

I am so spoilt for choices to add some awesome quotes for the epigraph. But without a doubt, I have posted my most favourite dialogue of this book. Now, before I write the book review of The Fault In Our Stars by John Green, I would like to recollect the previous romantic book that has Read More

Ajaya: Roll of the Dice (Epic of the Kaurava clan, #1)

Most of us already know about Mahabharata. Being an Indian, one can assume that we know the plots of Ramayana, Bhagvad Gita and Mahabharata by birth. Speaking about Mahabharata, the epic consists of more than 100,000 verses or shlokas. The shlokas are in the form of stories and sub-stories that in turn, form the crux Read More

Sita’s Sister

There is something intriguing about Kavita Kane, the author of Sita’s Sister, her second book after the bestseller Karna’s Wife. A hardcore feminist, as her writings depict, she somehow manages to keep her readers glued to the contents of her book. If Karna’s Wife speaks about the life of Uruvi then Sita’s Sister has Urmila Read More

Scion Of Ikshvaku

Generally, a person goes through two kinds of emotions, once he has finished reading the book. 1. Dammit! Why did I waste my time reading this book? 2. Dammit! Why did this book end so early? When will the next book release? What happens next? Honestly, I am one of those who belong to the second Read More

Finders, Keepers

A question runs across my mind. What is it with engineers and writing? Almost every author whom I follow comes from an engineering or an MBA background, may it be few of my favourites Ashwin Sanghi, Amish Tripathi or other authors like Christopher C. Doyle, Chetan Bhagat and so on. Coming back to the book, Read More

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