Exploring and revisiting kindness and the nostalgia of village life through One Summer in Poleru by Nanda Kishore Rajanala
Be the change you want to see in others. But have you yourself changed radically, for the good? Find out in my book review of The Art of Supreme by AB Kaura.
Mental Health – Taboo or tribulation? Exploring the mental health stigma through the book Crochet by Raman Agarwal.
What happens when the gentler sex decides to fight patriarchal forces, challenging the pr- set nationalities of the societal attitude? Catastrophe. No, seriously. But, for the woman who does so. Don’t believe me. Read my Book review of Padma by Mala Mahesh to discover one such instance.
Can one’s sin ever be washed out forever? Is it possible to worm your way away from the demons of the past? Presenting a tale that confluences these vital questions and much more through a tale speaking volumes beyond its words- Imperfect Shores by Priyanka Mishra
What if life gave you a second chance? Is God deciding to give a reset to your life? Sounds pretty lucrative. Read our review of And Before She Realised It by Piroja Shroff to discover such a hypothetical fictional tale.
Can one understand another’s emotions even if unspoken? Is it only love that can keep two people bound together or are there other factors such as trust, understanding and mutual respect too? And what if either of these ceases to exist? Where does one land from there? Presenting Sense of a Quiet by Deepak Kripal, a contemporary fiction which will give you much more than just an ordinary tale..
Can pain be so limitless and boundless that it extends beyond the realms of even drying up in your eyes like forgotten tears, just coating your senses with nothing but oblivion full of just the travesties of brutal human trafficking? Trigger Alert – Explicit, lewd content which may not be suitable for bleak readers. Book Review of House Boy by Lorenzo DeStefano
Ever read a book that leaves you empty, void of everything you have ever known yet so full to the brim that you are left, bursting to the seams with so much that you might just explode? Read the review of All The Lovers In The Night by Meiko Kawakami to find out about one such book which will turn you inside out
Ever thought about how it feels like to be homeless? That despair beyond endurance, come let’s explore such an intense tale of reconnecting with your roots through A Road To Abana by Lata Gwalani