A Gallery of Rascals by Ruskin Bond #BookReview

Do you believe that the villains and crooks make up the real charm of every story? Then this balmy, quick-paced, Ruskin Bond entertainer, is what you need to read!

Letters to My Ex by Nikita Singh

I have been reading a lot of non-fiction lately. While I love delving into the world of inspiration and awakening, these books often leave me feeling exhausted and craving for light reads in between. With experience, I've learnt to avoid reading breaks by picking up books that are relatively short reads to prevent interruption of …

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Memories of Fire by Ashok Chopra

In the New Year, I am aiming to experiment with reading new genres. Especially the ones I have been wary of reading. Historical fiction and politics being two main of the lot. This was why when I chanced upon 'Memories of Fire' by Ashok Chopra, I decided to give it a read despite a mention …

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The Nine-Chambered Heart by Janice Pariat

I usually shy away from reading romantic fiction, a genre I once read the most. But when I chanced upon this beautiful book with an interesting synopsis, I couldn't stop myself from picking it. The book summary reads; Nine characters recall their relationship with a young woman – the same woman – whom they have …

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Letting Go #BookTalk

I spent the whole of 2016 reading more and more of non-fiction books after I'd noted the drift in my reading preferences. While I was doing well on the reading front, I was constantly curious why an increasing number of book critics and the people whom I look up to for reading recommendations were constantly …

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