Book Review : Land of the Lonely by Sayanta Goswami

Land of the Lonely starts right with the main event and then proceeds towards the core aspect of the book. Which is Dealing with the way human mind works and the impact it feels after life altering events. Land of the Lonely official Synopsis Balurghat . . . December 2012 Continue Reading

Book Review : Fate of Eight by Dhiraj Singh

Fate of Eight is amazingly intricate in its plot weaving. The one thing that fascinated me about the book was how the basic structure of the book was so interesting crafted to form the base of an amazingly thrilling plot. To me the book outshined because of the basic structure Continue Reading

Book Review : Spellslinger by Sebastien de Castell (Spellslinger #1)

Sebastien de Castell you are an evil genius. Simply genius for crafting a story that is not only so unique but can be a path breaker. There was nothing for me in the book, Spellslinger, that was predictable or I felt was headed in the direction that usually the books Continue Reading

Book Review : 7 Prices for 7 Vices by Dhiraj Singh

First of all a huge thanks to the author and the team for sharing me a copy of the book and allow me to experience the writing and story. I was amazed as to how much was encompassed in this short book (though took an awful lot of time to Continue Reading

Book Review : Catwoman: Soulstealer by Sarah J. Maas (DC Icons, #3)

This cat has definitely more life to her. When I picked up the book i didn’t had much expectation since i am not that ardent fan of the comic series and Gotham city. When i say i am not ardent fan, i mean that even though i know the characters, Continue Reading

Book Review : Switch in Time by Rajesh Shankaran

First of all a huge thanks to the author and the team for sharing the book with me and allowing me to experience this thriller. It was a refreshing welcome from all the conventional indian romance fictions and with the kind of twists and turns it had weaved into the Continue Reading

Book Review : The Retribution by Shankar Kashyap

What a ride. The book takes you for a spin and the way it moves from one sequence to another is amazing. It just holds you hooked and refusing to leave you from its shackles till the very end. I love how the author had maintained strictly business kind of Continue Reading

Book Review : Solo (James Bond – Extended Series #46) by William Boyd

The name is Bond. James Bond. Yes its 007 and he is going solo. To be honest my brush with 007 is through the movie series and have never actually met the real 007. Meaning the original books. So i don’t know how this version of William Boyd’s Bond is Continue Reading

Book Review : The Demon Magician by Alex Dunn

The demon Magician can be a good pick for you if you have been going through repetitive plots and are looking for something that is different to read. The only problem is that the book can be all about the surface. What you read is what you get. Read on our take of the book by Alex Dunn

Book Review : Origin (Robert Langdon #5) by Dan Brown

Hail the almighty author. He has done it again for me. Dan brown and Stephanie Meyer. These are the two authors who I consider as the main reason as to why I got into reading in the first place. It was twilight followed by Da Vinci code that flared the Continue Reading

Book Review : The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle definitely opens with heavy action and with a loud band. The seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is another Bourne identity syndrome. Waking up with complete memory loss and through the course of book trying to reveal the back stories The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Continue Reading

Book Review : The Girl in the Spider’s Web by David Lagercrantz (Millennium#4)

There was a lot of anticipation with The Girl in the Spider’s Web since the series of Millinneum was returning after quite a big break and author had big shoes to fill in with his new book as he had to carry on the legacy created by the original author. To Continue Reading

Book Review : Wonder Woman: Warbringer (DC Icons #1) by Leigh Bardugo

Well this is not exactly the  Gal Gadot movie where Whipping golden lasso just brightens the screen. Still Leigh bardugo’s inception of iconic Wonder Woman  is amazing. Catch my review of the first book in the DC icon Series

Book Review : The Last Chai (Nation at War Series #1) by Varun T.

The Last chai is bold and unabashedly so but in while The Last Chai by Varun T. is an amazing thriller and resembles closely to home and its scenario with its name droppings. A fast paced thriller, The Last Chai is a good entertaining read.