Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine book review

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine | Gail Honeyman | Harper Collins

Just perfect. Nothing more. Nothing less. Gail Honeyman delivered a masterpiece in ‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’ and it’s quite hard to believe that it is her debut novel. This book made me experience a wide range of emotions and genuinely made me feel happy and sad with Eleanor. Eleanor has a perfect life and […]

Calling Sehmat Book Review

Calling Sehmat | Harinder Sikka | Penguin

Calling Sehmat: A 20 year old vulnerable girl getting married into an influential Pakistani family in order to relay privileged information back home. This is probably going to be the most exciting sentence i’ll ever write. Sehmat, who is just as beautiful and serene as her birthplace Kashmir, is told by her father on his […]

The Woman in the Window Book Review

The Woman in the Window | AJ Finn | Harper Collins

Give me a half decent psychological thriller with a few sharp twists and your girl is all set. “Watching is like nature photography: You don’t interfere with the wildlife” – Dr. Anna Fox The Woman in the Window, a Goodreads choice awards semi-finalist for best debut and best thriller/mystery of 2018 was absolutely worth the […]

Narsimha Book Review Blog India

Narasimha | Kevin Missal | Harper Collins India

A fast paced story that did not disappoint at all! A pot-boiler re-telling of the mythological story of the mahaavatar, Narasimha. This book has it all- from romance to friendship to betrayal to loyalty to wars and revenge.  Kevin provided a wonderful twist to the story of Hiranyakashyap and Prahlad that we grew up listening to. […]


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