Party Girls Die in Pearls by Plum Sykes

Ursula Flowerbutton ! There, now that I have got your attention, let's begin training about this funny and entertaining "Whodunnit" read. The first thing that caught my fancy and made me immediately take interest in this book was the name of the protagonist, Ursula Flowerbutton. The story starts with a newspaper report written by our... Continue Reading →

The One Who Swam With The Fishes by Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan : Book Review

Mahabharata, the great Indian epic, is mostly talked about for its eminent gruesome and bloody war. Whether it is the scheming Kauravas or the struggling and principled Pandavas, the attention always seems to be on these two sides battling against each other. The women of the Mahabharata have always been side-casted and are given very... Continue Reading →

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone: 20th Anniversary Edition

It has been 20 years this 26 June, 2017 that J.K. Rowling brought to the Muggle world the magical journey of Harry Potter. The Philosopher's Stone was first published by Bloomsbury and by the year 1999 it had already become New York Times bestselling fiction. The last 20 years have seen the release of six... Continue Reading →

Sunset Talks Episode 2 : Harry Potter Q&A

I hope you enjoy listening to this episode of The Liquid Sunset's recent podcast as much as I enjoyed recording it. Let me know your answers to the following questions in the comments below. Read the entire review of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone 20th anniversary edition. Transcript [00:58] When did you start Harry... Continue Reading →

Dear Ijeawele by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie : Book Review

Chimamanda Adichie is famous for her captivating and thought-provoking books on feminism and gender equality. Rarely do we come across an author who writes such strong and inspiring essays that become a page-turner. So it doesn't come as a surprise when I say that I finished this 70 paged book in 2 hours and I... Continue Reading →

Book Review : Little Black Book by Otegha Uwagba

First things first, I finished reading Little Black Book in the following time period: commuting to office, lunch break, commuting back from office. So the relevance of the book in a working woman's life was hard-hitting. And throughout that particular day, I had recommended Otegha Uwagba's book to at least 10 other woman, sitting at... Continue Reading →

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