If you are an Indian who doesn’t know Shivya Nath, reading this book is a good opportunity to get to know one of the first few single female travelers who are strong and courageous enough to follow their dreams of traveling, even if it means being alone on most days. … Read More The Shooting Star by Shivya Nath. A Girl, Her Backpack & The World
Malice by Keigo Hagashino has a plot that is deceptively straight forward. Often I have dream of novels written with straightforward accounts but still keep you glued to the end. Well, dreams do come true. If you are a fan of mystery-thriller novels you realize that not all murder cases are the same. Some thrillers are… Read More Malice By Keigo Hagashino.
Mushishi by Yuki Urushibara is set in the fictional world somewhere between Edo and Meiji Period in Japan. Mushi stands for the creatures who are living among humans but invisible to human eyes due to their ethereal nature. Mushishi Manga ranks 8.8/10 on MyAnimeList and 4.3/5 on Goodreads. Yuki Urushibara… Read More Mushishi Manga by Yuki Urushibara. Review of a Fictional World Unlike Any Other.
Animation short film began in the early age of animation, in fact it can be said that it’s where the birth of animation happened. Since our childhood we love animated objects on screens and they become our friends as we grow up. Animated characters become out heroes or villains, someone we look up to or… Read More Wonderful Animation Short Film That Don’t Fail To Make One Smile…
Biblia Koshodou No Jiken Techou. Manga. Written by Mikami En and illustrated by Nakano Biblia Koshodou No Jiken Techou begins like most case files do, with a guy looking at a girl. When Goura Daisuke’s grandmother passes away he and his mother decide to sell the book collection to a second-hand bookshop. One book in particular… Read More Biblia Koshodou No Jiken Techou A Light Novel – Manga & Series Review