Book Reviews · Fiction

The Wednesday Soul: The Afterlife with Sunglasses by Sorabh Pant

Spoilers ahead! Disclaimer: The book has a quirky, witty and funny narrative and is beyond logic. So, if you can keep your logical unit aside, you're good to go for this breezy and nonsensical yet hilariously ridiculous comic sans. Plot: The story is about Nyra Dubbey who dies at the beginning of the story (for… Continue reading The Wednesday Soul: The Afterlife with Sunglasses by Sorabh Pant

Book Reviews · Fiction

Call of The Wild by Jack London

Plot: This is a story about the olden days when sleds were the only means of travel in the Ice-capped regions of the world. It occurs around the areas surrounding the Canadian Klondike. The story opens with ‘Buck’, a St. Bernard Scotch Collie mix breed dog, living a happy life as the family pet of… Continue reading Call of The Wild by Jack London

Book Reviews · Short Stories

Great Short Stories #1: Ruskin Bond

Having read various epic historical sagas, thrillers, and classics, I decided to read something brief and exciting! That’s when I came across a compilation of short stories from one of the greatest authors, Ruskin Bond. Here’s presenting first of the many reviews about some of his great short stories. This volume was titled “The Thief… Continue reading Great Short Stories #1: Ruskin Bond

Book Reviews · Fiction

The Girl on The Train by Paula Hawkins

This review is spoiler-free. Plot: It's a psychological suspense thriller, which deals with themes of domestic violence, alcohol, and drug abuse. I was inquisitive, as to what will the book be about… Observations of a girl on the train? She might've been a witness to some incident, is that all? But NO, the author has… Continue reading The Girl on The Train by Paula Hawkins

Book Reviews · Fiction

A Journey to the Center of the Earth By Jules Verne

I wish this was a no-spoiler review, but alas, the TITLE! Plot: It starts in May 1863 in Hamburg, Germany, home to Professor Hardwigg, the story being a narrative of his nephew and apprentice, Harry. The Professor urgently summons Harry into his study to help decipher a coded parchment, written by an Icelandic alchemist, Saknussem… Continue reading A Journey to the Center of the Earth By Jules Verne

Book Reviews · Fiction

Looking for Alaska by John Green

This review may contain spoilers. Plot: Set in Culver Creek Preparatory School, the story revolves around a group of friends who experience love, friendship, heartbreak and loss. It perfectly captures the essence of high school, be it rivalries between the humble and the elite, struggle to maintain grades or newly blossoming romance. Each of them,… Continue reading Looking for Alaska by John Green

Book Reviews · Non-Fiction

Life's Amazing Secrets: How to Find Balance and Purpose in Your Life By Gaur Gopal Das

What's it about: This book is an anecdote by a renowned monk. It comprises of something for all of us! The author has shared his perception and touched upon various themes, that range from relationships to work-life balance and the purpose of life to life/self-improvement tips. It is an account of the author's interactions with… Continue reading Life's Amazing Secrets: How to Find Balance and Purpose in Your Life By Gaur Gopal Das