Book Review: A Fragile Thread Of Hope by Pankaj Giri

It is after a long time that I picked up a book by an Indian author. Thank the universe that conspired to bring me to this book and Pankaj, a wonderful person! I can not wait to hold the words back until the end of the post, I loved the book! The Story:  “In the autumn…

The Punch Escrow by Tal M. Klein: Book Review

An extremely compassionate novel, “Punch Escrow” deals with a plausible future. In the recent times, many such books and T.V. series have become really popular. One of my personal favourites is “Netflix’s Black Mirror”(If you have not watched it yet, you definitely should). This book starts off on a very positive note, in an idealistic utopian future world…

How I got over a Reader’s Block!

I started reading a lot of books together last month, moreover, my friend got me addicted to this TV series called Sense8 so I had a little too much on my plate. I was really into the books I was reading, all of them had me hooked. I was more or less halfway through all…

To Kill A Mockingbird- Book Review

Where do I even start? It has been some time since I have read this book, and a pretty long time since the book has been published and received huge acclaim among any and every niche of readers possible, hence I have reconsidered reviewing this book many times. But here I am nevertheless, as my…

5 books I brought to 2017

It’s been a month since the new year has begun and as I am recovering from a writer’s block, here are 5 books, from what I read in 2016, that I loved and brought to 2017! 1. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak This book is literally one of the best books I read in…

Wonder by R.J. Palacio – Book Review

The saying goes, “Never judge a book by its cover”, but this book was good from the inside as well as out. The iconic illustration by Ted Carpenter draws us to the novel more. The book deals with August, a ten-year-old child, who has been home-schooled all his life. It takes the reader through a…