Want to know about a world where we are the controlled and not the controllers as we seem to fashion ourselves to be? Master O by Dhiraj Singh, Add it to your next TBR
What if the rock upon which you built comes crashing down in an instant? Can you still survive the worst possible trauma whilst in a duel with your fate?
Exploring the denser, murkier world of Harry Potter in the 6th book of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J K Rowling and the uncertain journey towards seeming oblivion of stranger paths.
Imagine laying your priorities on the evil side and realizing the biggest error of your life. Read this book review of Celestia Chronicles: The Ashes of Hope by Anagha Ratish to know more.
Loved Game of Thrones? Here comes mythological folklore, a spin-off poised to rivet you down the labyrinths of politics. Read this review of Sons of Darkness by Gourav Mohanty
Want to get transported to a magical land, a fantasy world full of interesting creatures and intriguing characters? Read the book review of The Land of Ataraxia: Genesis By S S Merce
Understanding Voldemort and graduating to ‘adulthood’, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J K Rowling, a book that will question your boundaries of pain and endurance.
Want to embark upon a fantasy journey to a destination which is all at once exciting, enthralling as well as dark and sinister? Read the book review of Pentias: Master Of The Elemental Jewels By Karthika Sajeev
Child characters solving problems for adults? A book review of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl explores one of the best books to be read by kids.
The tyranny of Umbridge, the horrible travesty of dark, difficult and uncertain times, the melancholy of death, the grouping against the nemesis – Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J K Rowling, a book review.
Come play along in the Triwizard tournament and prepare to get on the most fabulous school year at Hogwarts as Harry makes his mark in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J K Rowling, a book review.