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… Read More Norse Mythology 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.… Read More The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman. Book Review
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… Read More The Last Chai: Bringing The Nation o A Halt By Varun T
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… Read More Age of Azmoq: The Valantian Imperium by Rajamayoor Sharma. Blogadda Book Review Program
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… Read More Grandmother’s Tale by R. K. Narayan – 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… Read More The Curious Incident of The Dog In The Night Time by Mark Haddon. 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… Read More The Fragile Thread of Hope by Pankaj Giri. Book 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… Read More A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness. Book & Movie 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… Read More The Museum of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman. 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,… Read More Europa by Richard Hywel Pinto. Book Review.