—“Too late” arrives sooner than we think— Heartbreaking and emotionally overwhelming; these are the only two words I can think of when I just finished this graphic novel. I am numb, shocked, and still processing all those emotions this book made me feel, and at the same time, I am feeling guilty of reading this... Continue Reading →

“If you’re not paying for the product, then you are the product” — Daniel Hövermann Before I even started reading this book, I was suspicious about the author's way of approach and presentation of many different dimensions of this very serious topic, but it turned out to be a very sophisticated and well-researched work, and... Continue Reading →

Not all books work for all and sometimes it just takes some part of a book to make a significant impact in someone's life. I have been reading non-fiction books for quite a long time now and many failed me even if they were very appealing with their concepts and then some books left some... Continue Reading →

This book is a perfect epitome of Alexander the Great's quote “I am not afraid of an army of lions led by a sheep; I am afraid of an army of sheep led by a lion.” It summarises the whole story of this book in a nutshell because that's all it was all about! Kaizaar,... Continue Reading →

Good storyline, gripping plot, flawless narration, and brilliant execution of all the existing pieces of the premise; all signs of a good book, and 'The Goodbye Man' passed through all those characteristics that make it a good book! I wouldn't say this was a perfect thriller for me because the kind of thrills I seek... Continue Reading →

I am very fond of reading @Sabarnaroy 's work and after reading his three books —'Etchings of The First Quarter of 2020 and Winter Poems', 'Abyss' and. 'Pentacles'— I concluded: never say no to his books and that's why I decided to read this compelling book. ‘Fractured Mosaic’ is much more than what it appears... Continue Reading →

Sometimes you just read the right books at the right times and you feel grateful for making that choice. Drake Taylor's ‘Finding Your Way’ is one such book that can help you in your darkest times; this book is like that pleasant sunshine we see after a heavy storm. This book offers its readers the... Continue Reading →

I have mixed feelings about this book; not because it was lacking anything but just because it was predictable from the very beginning! It was a story about two individuals, Raem and Masher, who get some kind of pills that change their entire lives. For some reason, after reading its synopsis I had very high... Continue Reading →

This was the first book I finished this year and just like all other spiritual books it helped in its different way, but there was nothing new to learn. Maybe because all such spiritual books talk about those same topics in a different way with concentrating on the same essence!.Constance Kellough's 'How to Inner Peace'... Continue Reading →

Harlan Cohen's “Win or Learn” is a book that consists a process of five practical experiments that will teach you different ways to be immune to the rejections of life and the vulnerabilities that come with those rejections! In a nutshell, this book will teach you to: ▪️'want' something,▪️accept and embrace the discomfort that comes... Continue Reading →

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