Book Review: Teen Titans Raven by Kami Garcia

Books with pictures are always fascinating. For those who can’t read much or find it difficult to read novels, graphic novels are a great option. Teen Titans Raven by Kami Garcia is a graphic novel telling the story of a seventeen year old girl named Raven, who after an unfortunate accident loses her foster motherContinue reading “Book Review: Teen Titans Raven by Kami Garcia”

Book Review: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

Do you know anything about Iranian/Islamic Revolution? Iranian revolution is the phase that played a major role in making the history of the world. The main reason behind the revolution was the clash between two ideologies. One was the imposition of Westernisation while on the other hand one was to oppose the Westernisation theory andContinue reading “Book Review: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi”

Book Review: The Overview Motel By Rohaan Ohlyan

An absolute thriller. A fabulous read. Have you ever thought of staying at the motel which is situated in the middle of nowhere? As you have no other option to pursue. And you start witnessing some inexplicable bizarre incidents. Peter and Jack, two friends, during a heavy rain after their car got punctured, reach aContinue reading “Book Review: The Overview Motel By Rohaan Ohlyan”

Book Review: Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery, is such a delightful fun classic to read. I thoroughly enjoyed it.Written in 1908, this is a classic about an eleven year old orphan girl with red hair, Anne Shirley. Anne is full of life, very optimistic, extremely talkative and fun loving. Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert ofContinue reading “Book Review: Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery”

Book Review: Kaveri by Vaishnav Shravan

“We are like a dried leaf hanging on a branch of a tree. When you snap and fall from the tree, you should glide where you want to go or the wind would blow you somewhere else.” : : Kaveri, by Vaishnav Shravan, is a heart-warming story of an eighteen-year-old girl, living in a remoteContinue reading “Book Review: Kaveri by Vaishnav Shravan”

Book Review: The Bestseller by Ajitabha Bose

The Bestseller by Ajitabha Bose, I picked this up as it was available on Amazon for free. It is a cute short book that narrates the story of a couple, Atharv and Priyanshi. The story starts with Atharv getting his job, where he meets Priyanshi, they become friends; gradually they fall in love and finallyContinue reading “Book Review: The Bestseller by Ajitabha Bose”

Book Review: Next Door by Blake Pierce

Next Door by Blake Pierce is a complex mystery thriller. Chloe Fine, a FBI intern, moves back to her home town, into a new house with her fiance. Her career with the FBI looks promising, and her wedding is on the horizon. But, she learns, all is not as it seems in suburbia. Chloe beginsContinue reading “Book Review: Next Door by Blake Pierce”

Book Review: Express and Espresso by Arhaa

“If you always try to be the same individual and be cautious and on guard then you fail to live. Be interesting by changing colors as per your heart’s call.” “Once we feel we belong to the same planet then no more wars to conquer the other geography becoz it’s yours already. This might reduceContinue reading “Book Review: Express and Espresso by Arhaa”

Book Review: Stories for Parents, Children and Grandchildren by Paulo Coelho

A book by Paulo Coelho, and that too, of short stories, is an amazing combination. This is a collection of some great short stories, that are easy to read, and at the same time are really meaningful. It includes tales from many cultures, with stories inspired by the author’s personal experience and also from theContinue reading “Book Review: Stories for Parents, Children and Grandchildren by Paulo Coelho”

Book Review: The Vampire Maid

The Vampire Maid by Hume Nisbet is a short classic tale of a man who is seeking a little break from his city life, ultimately settling in a stone-built cottage on a cliff facing a moor where he comes across a widow and her Daughter. Slowly the nameless protagonist becomes comfortable with the place andContinue reading “Book Review: The Vampire Maid”