This book is not gentle and brings out some of the most horrific triggers and sides of human But admittedly its a gripping tale which really hits home and that too painfully.
First of all a huge thanks to the author for sharing me a copy of the book and allowing me to enjoy her creative outpours in form of poetry. The book for me was a mixed experience as there were parts I liked and there were parts I didn’t. But Continue Reading
Well if you are looking for answers as to who has the rightful claim to Kohinoor then forget it because this book is not about that. The book basically paints a picture of the diamond and all the history that the diamond has seen through in its path. Maybe historians Continue Reading
It felt like, a decade had passed while I completed the book. It is kind of voluminous and that is me saying after I used the audio version of the book. Yes, I had listened to the audiobook rather than reading it and imagine I still felt that it was Continue Reading
The first thing I did after reading this book was to go on Wikipedia, type in Mata Hari and learn more about this exotic dancer and so called spy during world war. The book, the spy actually does that to its readers. To pique curiosity around this woman who as Continue Reading
I am hoping that i am not the only weirdo who picks out a book just because i loved the cover of The Poison of Love . Even if i am , i don’t care because i have been a stalker of the cover artist for years now (ok when Continue Reading
Amidst all the ups and downs and the relationship pulls exhibited in the story, the book essentially comes out as a story more crafted to portray indian families. The ties we all share with our parents and the face of all these family bonds. I would like to believe that Continue Reading
Broken Things is definitely creepy but a good kind of creepy. It is engaging and has a strong set of characters that keeps you playing on their finger tips. The book survives on its characters while the core plot does takes its own time to come into shape and take Continue Reading
I am not a great fan of the book but must say that i fell in love with a character of the book that made all the difference for me. Turtles all the way down basically deals with complex mental issues but not in its severity. The book deals with Continue Reading
I did enjoy the book and apart from the part that my copy of the book had major parts missing in terms of misprinting leaving me bereft of the crucial plot developments, i had enjoyed the book and felt was an amazing story to invest you time in. it had an actual story to tell. read on my take of I owed you one by Madhu Vajpayee
All I would say is that the theme and things said and portrayed in the book is fantastic and everyone should give it a try and what you take out of it should be an independent decision.