The Fragile Thread of Hope by Pankaj Giri. Book Review.

The Fragile Thread of Hope by Pankaj Giri is a novel about nostalgia, loss & moving ahead in life. Pankaj is from Gangtok, a beautiful place situated in the lap of mountains. This is where the story of this novel is set. Title: The Fragile Thread of Hope Pages: 408 Publisher: Self Published Available on…

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A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness. Book & Movie Review

A Monster Calls is not a novel or a simple book. It is a baton of ideas that Patrick Ness hands down to the generations reading this book. At the start of A Monster Calls, Patrick Ness tells us how he got handed down an idea from Siobhan Dowd who had the idea, characters, a…

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The Museum of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman. Book Review

Alice Hoffman paints a beautiful painting of Coney Island, New York with her novel ‘The Museum of Extraordinary Things’. This is my first novel of Alice Hoffman. However, after some search, I found that Alice Hoffman’s novel Practical Magic is also adapted into a movie starring Sandra Bullock, Nicol Kidman in 1998.  Another one of…

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COCO (2017 Pixar Animated Film). Día de los Muertos Back again.

Coco is one of the best movies I have seen this year. With Día de Los Muertos nothing can go wrong, right? Maybe, not… COCO… Miguel, ‘Music tore her family apart. Shoes brought them together.’ Thus, begins a tale that keeps you smiling and your heart racy until the very last moment in the movie. …

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Europa by Richard Hywel Pinto. Book Review.

Europa by Richard Hywel Pinto is an Indian sci-fi novel. When I came across Blogadda post for review copies I immediately filled it up. Indian quill in sci-fi novel kingdom? Must read it. The simple cover of the book is catchy, it draws you in right away. I received a signed copy of this book,…

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Thor Ragnarok. Marvel’s Latest Marvelous Gem.

Thor Ragnarok is Marvel’s most marvelous gem till date due to many reasons. We kept wondering what will be the story and who is Hela? So, the answers are here now. But, the movie only gives birth to a few more questions. Doesn’t every Marvel movie do that? Not on this scale. In Norse mythologies,…

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SuperCouples Inspiring Stories of Couple-Preneurs By Prachi Garg

SuperCouples are a necessity in today’s world. SuperCouples by Prachi Garg is a book that contains 19 inspiring stories of couples who started a business together, stayed together through the ups & downs and created a successful venture out of thin air. Most couples who work together to bring their dreams to life end up…

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Super Women Inspiring Stories of 20 Women Entrepreneurs by Prachi Garg

Super women exist all around us. That being said, nowadays it is not usual to find stories of Women entrepreneurs in newspaper articles and magazines. But to know the full story we have to look around us and take help of Google to know more about these women. Even then it is difficult to get to…

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Logan. In The End, Time Beats Us All.

This post isn’t a movie review about Logan, the last Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) movie. It is about the abundance of thoughts springing through my mind after watching the movie. 17 Years of my life, Hugh Jackman’s life and Patrick Stewart’s life – one crazy obsession – the perfection of play and the heroism. Precisely 3…

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Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton – A Book Review

I have been a fan of Jurassic Park movies & Steven Spielberg for over 20 years and I never had a mental picture of me feeling so cheated after reading just ten pages of the novel. Don’t get me wrong, I love Jurassic park by Steven Spielberg so imagine my surprise when I started reading…

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