Eating Wasps by Anita Nair

A book like this is intended to reach most human beings. A book like this can cloud your heart with the darkness that is seeping through its pages and engulf you in a shroud. Anita Nair's brilliant piece of work, Eating Wasps is a book dedicated to finding the missing links in our lives that … Continue reading Eating Wasps by Anita Nair

Tides Don’t Cross by Simar Malhotra

Tides Don't Cross is a light and fun one-time read for readers who are looking for a reading break in between intense books or for ones who are starting to inculcate the practice of reading in themselves. On the surface the book is about three lives and how their paths cross despite them being so … Continue reading Tides Don’t Cross by Simar Malhotra

2018 Reading Challenges : #TLSreadingGoals

This year I have organised a reading challenge for myself to help read more diverse books, more new authors. I have been meaning to step out of my comfort reading zone and hopefully, these challenges I have come up with, will help me do so. If you have also been struggling with your reading goals … Continue reading 2018 Reading Challenges : #TLSreadingGoals

Austenistan by Laaleen Sukhera

Laaleen Sukhera, founder of Jane Austen Society of Pakistan, along with few other Austen enthusiasts compiled this collection of short stories as a tribute to the author whose many female protagonists have won our hearts over the years. Full of quirky situations and funny replies, each of the tales from Pakistan are fun to read … Continue reading Austenistan by Laaleen Sukhera

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 Sunset Talks Episode 2 : Harry Potter Q&A

Book Review : Here be Dragons by Mohit Uppal

Published on : May, 2016 Publisher : Harper Collins India Pages : 280 Source : Review copy sent by the author Format : Paperback Rating : 4 / 5 To buy the book, visit Amazon. Blurb : ‘HIC SVNT DRACONES’: The original Latin text for ‘Here Be Dragons’ appears on medieval maps to mark unchartered … Continue reading Book Review : Here be Dragons by Mohit Uppal

Book Review : Ashvamedha by Aparna Sinha

Published on : September, 2016 Publisher : Srishti Publishers Pages : 224 Source : Review copy sent by Authors' Paradise Format : Paperback Rating : 3.5 / 5 To buy the book, visit Amazon. Synopsis : Little does Ashwin Jamwal know that the last twenty-five years of his life have been controlled by a master … Continue reading Book Review : Ashvamedha by Aparna Sinha

Book Review : A Perfect Murder and Other Stories by S.R.Nair

Published on : August, 2016 Publisher : Self-published Pages : 168 Source : Review copy received from the author Format : Paperback Rating : 3.8 / 5 To buy the book, visit Amazon. Synopsis : A divorcee estranged from her father resorts to extreme measures; A newly-wed woman is brutally raped by her father-in-law and … Continue reading Book Review : A Perfect Murder and Other Stories by S.R.Nair