A Promised Land by Khadija Mastur #BookReview

I have been hearing a lot about the writing on Khadija Mastur for her book ‘The Women’s Courtyard’ in which she has written about the Partition when our country broke into two. So, when I got a chance to read A Promised Land, I started off with high expectations and thankfully they were justified. Its…

The Clockmaker by Paromita Goswami #BookReview

I have read Paromita’s books Shamsuddin’s Grave and Grow Up Messy and loved them both. I started reading The Clockmaker with high expectations. And they were definitely met. What I love about Paromita’s writing is the details. She is not only able to give the details of a scene physically but also the emotional turmoils…

The Woman Who Saw the Future by Amit Sharma

    THE WOMAN WHO SAW THE FUTURE by Amit Sharma   Blurb   Sapna Vaid has lived with a unique power for a decade; a power that turned her from a timid, wide-eyed, college-going girl into the most influential and powerful Goddess on Earth. Sapna can see the future and saves thousands of people…

Stand Strong by Shubha Vilas #BookReview

Book Details: Name:  Stand Strong, Author: Shubha Vilas Genre: Mythology / Spiritual Publisher: Jaico Books, 2017 Number of pages: 326 The book ‘Stand Strong’ is Book 4 of The Game of Life Series written by Shubha Vilas.  I had read the previous books and loved it.  And so was looking forward to read this.  The book…

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty #BookReview

After a forced sabbatical of two months from reading,  I finally read ‘Big Little Lies’ by Liane Moriarty.  To say that I loved the book is an understatement.  It was one of the best books I read recently.  Though it is not as classy as say ‘Homegoing‘ or ‘Em and the Big Hoom‘,  it is…

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald #BookReview

September 24th is the birthday of F. Scott Fitzgerald.  It’s a fact I came to know because of Twitter and I wanted to write about him.  Of course,  I do not know much about him personally.  I have also just read one book written by him.  In fact, I saw the movie first and loved…