A sensual collection of romantic poetry | "Dearest Love"

July 26, 2020 0
‘Dearest Love’ might be the simple yet sensual collection of romantic poetry you might be looking for. Through the decades, love poems have ...

'Dil Bechara' inspired from John Green's 'The Fault in Our Stars'

July 25, 2020 0
Before I start this review, I want to declare this. A book to film ‘adaptation’ isn’t a book to film ‘conversion’. A film holds the right to...

Explores the various hues of memory and imagination | "The purgatory of half-forgotten riddles"

July 24, 2020 0
This is one of those books which play with the extent of your imagination and hold the capacity to tarnish the ability of your mind to diffe...

Lockdown stories | "The Day Before Today" by Gayatri Gill

July 23, 2020 0
“The Day Before Today” is a collection of short stories that have sprouted out of the Covid-19 crisis, which has currently gripped the whole...

Poems that talk of concrete realizations | "Death is my only beloved" by Laudeep Singh

July 21, 2020 0
“Death is my only beloved.” Judging just by the title, one can get a hint that the book is going to be an ode of submissiveness, a statement...

Why "Ashok and the Nine Unknown" is a unique historical fiction

July 21, 2020 0
Is this Historical Fiction? Or is this mythological fiction? Is it magic? Or fantasy? “Ashok and the Nine Unknown” gets concluded with a d...

Makes Kashmir shine in all its glory | "The Tree with a thousand Apples" by Sanchit Gupta

July 20, 2020 0
“The Tree With a Thousand Apples” is one of those books which has really daunted me, whenever I’ve thought of writing the review. It is also...

Didactic poems that motivate you in life | "Love, Life and Everything else" by Tapan Ghosh

July 16, 2020 0
“Love, Life and everything else” by Tapan Ghosh really encompasses ‘life’ in its totality. It shifts and adjusts according to the puzzling w...

A memoir of vulnerability and moving on from broken relationships | "Closure" by Niharika Shah

July 16, 2020 1
“Closure” by Niharika Sah is a memoir of vulnerability and moving on from broken relationships. It portrays love and heartbreak not through ...

Love and fantasy from the perspective of seasons | "Hope Across the Seasons"

July 15, 2020 0
“Hope Across the Seasons” draws lines of comparison between love, optimism in its various phases with the different geographical seasons. Wi...

Emotions define the way you are | "The Mind Game" by Devika Das

July 15, 2020 0
Devika Das writes “The Mind Game’ to emphasize on the immense importance of emotions in our existence. Emotions drive us, emotions instigate...

Poems that whisper into your ears the vibrations of raw ecstasy | "What If Rainbows Were Your Shadows" by Anusha Veluswamy

July 14, 2020 0
Anusha Veluswamy’s poems have beauty and empathy oozing out of them, and they hold the capacity to make your eyes moist with feelings so dea...

Attempts to destigmatise mental health | "Shhh! Don't talk about mental health"

July 12, 2020 0
“ Shhh! Don’t talk about mental health” attempts to destigmatise mental health awareness with the help of history, facts and statistics. The...

Will reinforce your faith in friendship | "The Broken Guitar" by Namit Rana

July 11, 2020 0
“The Broken Guitar” conveys a lot, starting from its intelligent title. Its implication is subtle and indirect, and the complete notion of i...

Beautiful poems that speak of natural elements | "What goes into a butterfly" by Sunil Rajagopal

July 10, 2020 0
Sunil Rajagopal writes “What goes into a butterfly” to commemorate the simplicity of the elements of nature, and to capture man’s involvemen...

Speaks of the plight of the middle class youth | "Ineligible" by Bijaya Kumar Mishra

July 08, 2020 4
“Ineligible” by Bijaya Kumar Mishra is so Indian in its look and feel, that it perhaps is a brainchild of the partly orthodox Indian way of...
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