A Perilous Undertaking

by Deanna Raybourn

Mysteries have always been a favorite, and somehow this genre teamed with a female protagonist seems like a hit for me. From enjoying the Tracy Crosswhite series, to adoring Ms.Marple, I sure have a thing for female detectives  and Veronica is definitely a new favorite!Cover The book has a deep wine colored background with a metallic impression of a scene from the book.The cover, as per my understanding interprets a night in the grounds of... continue reading→

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Alternate Opinion: The Old Man and the Sea

by Ernest Hemingway

It was during the different kinds of work done during the Great War where the author had decided that he was going to write a story about a fisherman and a boat. He was quite fascinated with the idea but never got around to writing the story until towards the end of his writing career. This short novella won him the Pulitzer Prize and a year later Nobel prize for his career in literature. Hemingway... continue reading→

These Circuses That Sweep Through the Landscape

by Tejaswini Apte-Rahm

Samsa woke up from sleep one day and found himself to be turned into an eight-legged bug. The novella by Fraz Kafka began a sensation. Then began multiple retellings of the same story. But I haven't read anyone like 'Home Coleoptera' inspired by 'The Metamorphosis'. 'These circuses that sweep through the landscape is a beautiful collection of short stories that show us the extraordinary in life. All comprising of beautiful endings this one is a good book... continue reading→

Movie Adaptation: Cinderella (2015)

Cinderella has been the most known and beloved fairy tale of all times. It is the magic of the godmother and the kind heart of the Cinderella that fills the book with fantasy. The evil step mother is also a part of the tale. An important part. When there is no evil, goodness is not exposed. The movie version of Cinderella is for the first time letting the evil side explain their side of story.The... continue reading→

Blog tour- Two Days gone

by Randall Silvis

I had the opportunity to review this interesting thriller, and dived into it a few days back.While I absolutely love mysteries, and the kind where the Cop is digging out the truth – this one is more intriguing that the others, for we have a best selling Author and  a Cop in the lead!If you love mysteries, and enjoy them as much as I do, go on and give this book a read and tell... continue reading→

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The Lesser Bohemians

by Eimear McBride

There is an abyss between where the thoughts end and the speech begins. The gibberish falls and spats into the nothingness and what comes out is the polished sophistication which mocks at the face of the innocence of purity. The rawness evaporated, the crystal of fine words decorate the papers. The Lesser Bohemians does not crystallize words. It knocks your head around and swallows you into the world where your thoughts come out as raw and hard hitting.... continue reading→