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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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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Malice By Keigo Hagashino.

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…

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One Indian Girl or Should I say One Obnoxious Girl by Chetan Bhagat. Book Review.

Chetan Bhagat claims to have figured out women with his latest book “One Indian Girl”. He even went through a painful waxing session to learn what it feels like. Honestly, I think Chetan Bhagat will have to take many births to get there for real. That being said, I felt sad for Indian Literature after…

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