Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman Book Review

Norse Mythology never grows old, I don’t think it ever will. The influence of Norse Mythology and folklore is visible in the works of Neil Gaiman till date. Now he tells the tales in his own voice, I wonder just how honorable and breathtaking it must feel to grow up to be someone who re-tells…

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The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman. Book Review

If you can’t remember something, is it truly forgotten? An Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman asks perhaps the same question. An Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman is a book that will shake you out of your existence and keep you there until a few days….

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Osen (おせん) Japanese Drama Review

Osen starring Aoi Yui as Okami (Handa Sen) in the J-Drama. Okami means “proprietress”. It was released in 2008 but it stands as an evergreen drama in the food drama world. Aoi Yui is one Japanese star I adore for her acting skills and the sheer simplicity with which she expresses herself. You never feel…

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Front of The Class Based On The Life of Brad Cohen. Movie & Book Review.

Brad Cohen must be a household name in America and the western parts of the world. I didn’t know anything about Tourette’s syndrome until I watched movie based on Brad Cohen’s life Front of the Class. The movie blew my mind. Front of The Class is a simple, no-nonsense, short but sweet movie about the…

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The Last Chai: Bringing The Nation o A Halt By Varun T

Varun’s book is like a special blend of tea. Every time you read it, it is a bit different. During the course of two months I read it twice. Every time I read it, it felt new even though I knew the outcome. India is a huge nation and to write a political thriller revolving…

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Avengers Infinity War. Seven Questions I Can’t Stop Thinking About

Infinity War started with what in the hell moment and continued to give that feeling throughout the movie. Avengers Infinity War left us with too many questions and Russo brothers are absolutely not going to answer these questions before Avengers Infinity War II. Particularly, these few questions are lurking around the empty space that the…

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Age of Azmoq: The Valantian Imperium by Rajamayoor Sharma. Blogadda Book Review Program

Age of Azmoq came as a surprise to me. I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn’t fall asleep so I surfed on mobile. Came across Age of Azmoq review program and immediately signed up because of the cover. At that time I knew nothing of the book. By morning I had…

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10 Speculations From Avengers Infinity Wars Latest Trailer

Two days ago Avengers Infinity War trailer descended on us just the way Thanos’s ship is going to descend into the Avengers Universe. It seems like just yesterday when the first Marvel movie of Avengers universe was released. Everyone around me is talking about it. We have all been dreading Thanos’s arrival on Earth to…

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Grandmother’s Tale by R. K. Narayan – Book Review

Grandmother’s Tale by R. K. Narayan is the story of R. K. Narayan’s great-grandmother Bala. It is the story of how Bala grew up to be the woman she becomes and what she endures during her journey. I have written an article on R. K. Narayan’s work in my article- Story Teller unlike any other…

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The Curious Incident of The Dog In The Night Time by Mark Haddon. Book Review.

Mark Haddon is a writer, poet, and blogger. His best-known book is ‘The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night Time’. A lot of The’s if you ask me. He has won multiple awards for his book & why not. I bought this book in 2012 after much speculation. In my college days, I read…

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