Book Reviews

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Book Review: Lez Just Not Only Be Friends

The Story: Les jus not be only friendz (1) is based on relationships and various phases of a graduate student’s life. The novel is set in Noida (NCR) in the time-period of 2009 – 2011. The novel tells the story of a young, average performer and simple middle-class guy, who in desperate bid to not … Continue reading

Book Review: The Bridal Pyre by Avantika Debnath

The position of a woman in society is in every age a difficult one as the very task of asserting her identity and individuality in a world governed by patriarchy is always a precarious one.To make matters when women due to wrong education or no education at all and their social conditioning starts exploiting the … Continue reading

Book Review: When We Collided by Emery Lord

When We Collided Emery Lord Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Amazon | Amazon Kindle Price: Rs 350      ABOUT THE BOOK:    Seventeen year old Jonah Daniels has lived in Verona Cove, California, his whole life, and only one thing has ever changed: his father used to be alive, and now he’s not. Now Jonah must … Continue reading

Book Review: Playlist For The Dead by Michelle Falkoff

Book Summary: There was a party. There was a fight. The next morning, Sam’s best friend, Hayden, was dead. And all he left Sam was a playlist of songs and a suicide note: For Sam—listen and you’ll understand. To figure out what happened, Sam has to rely on the playlist and his own memory. But … Continue reading

Book Review: Finding Audrey

The best thing about Sophie Kinsella is that her characters make you feel more real, more into the practical world. I think I’ve been saying a lot about my non-compliance to Young Adult novels. It’s not that I hate them, but apart from one or two, I couldn’t relate to them. This inability in me … Continue reading

Book Review: All The Bright Places

Did you know somebody committed suicide every 40 seconds somewhere in the world? In most cases, they don’t leave any clue that could lead to a reason for their actions. It may be love, it may not be; it may be failure, and extreme ones at that; it may be Monophobia (that’s an easy one … Continue reading