The 1997 booker’s Prize winner is a masterpiece of storytelling and narrative. And it is a wonderful critique on politics, religion and casteism.
Title: Growing Up with Teens Author: Ruchi Verma Publisher: Authors Tree Publishing Genre: Non-fiction, Parenting Pages: 92 ‘Growing up with Teens’ by Ruchi Verma, is a psychological approach that revolves […]
‘The Tattoo on My Breast’ is the debut novel by acclaimed television director and writer Ravi Rai. The story is a mixture of an epic tale of love, passion, emotion, […]
About the author Raza Mir’s ‘Murder at the Mushaira’ is not his first book and the author is almost an expert in writing novels and various other books like Ghalib: […]
Title: Fighter Cock Author: Sidharth Singh Genre: Contemporary Fiction Publisher: Penguin India Pages: 256 Lines from the novel: ‘This is not livestock, Mr Suri. This is black cock, Karianath. As […]
Introduction:The changeling sea is a fantasy novel for juvenile readers by Patricia McKillip. It is a slender book, but one written with lush and evocative prose that is as beautiful as it is simple. It is a fable about a changeling whose heart is tied to the sea. It is a […]
Kafka’s metamorphosis is considered to be a classic in literature. It is a story of a changing society and how necessities cause a metamorphosis in households and in society in general.
You need to learn how to select your thoughts just the same way you select your clothes every day. Summary: Elizabeth Gilbert’s perfect world comes shattering down when she gets divorced. She then embarks on a journey across the world in an attempt to rediscover her true self. Book adapted […]
Awarded the Good Reads Book of the year in young adult literature in 2015, We were liars is a book that deals with love, romance, a decaying aristocracy and the decaying state of mind within it, not to forget issues like mental health and defenses.
Introduction: The Lyric is the most delightful and pleasing form of poetry. It is generally subjective. Lyric poetry, in its original meaning, was poetry composed to be sung to the accompaniment of a lyre. The lyre was a simple Greek musical instrument. The Greek idea of the lyric suggests its […]
BOOK REVIEW Author -Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Language – English Copies sold- Over 1 Million No. of pages – 189 Publication -Penguin books Year of publication - 2002 It’s been […]
“Out of the grapes that are born of my emotions,
I bring forth to you this wine.
My beloved, have a taste of this cup of my emotions,
From my very hands…”
The secret garden is some of those books which one might not necessarily complete in one go, but would be pressed innately to return to it. The story is very much of a child but it builds up in ways that often evade even adult and contemporary literature. Imagination, revelations and most importantly the fact that the protagonist is but a child – all of it is simply touching. A movie was made on the book in 2020 starring Collin Firth and Julie Walters.
Awards: 15 wins & 17 nominations given to the movie made on the story of this Novel. 7.5/10 From 189,052 Users It has been nearly one year since I have […]
About Book Author : spencer Johnson Published on : 8 September 1998 Publisher : G. P. Putnam’s sons Genres : Fiction and self-help book My rating : 4.3/5 PLOT The author has illustrated the change via short story of two mice and two humans. Who moved my cheese has four […]