Vacations are on, and are you struggling with the usual “overscreen indulgence” as far as your children are concerned? No worries, as the Compendium of Original Creative Works by Children 2023 is an assimilation of such stories that will not only entertain your children but also acquaint them with the wonderful habit of reading.
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To Paradise by Hanya Yanagihara: A Captivating Tale of Love and Loss | Book Review
What if I tell you guys to drown yourselves in pain, fluid and raw, and yet assure you that you will be back unscathed, seething in its flames and yet uncannily soothing in its undercurrents? Yes, the pain has that strange ability to be able to coil itself surreptitiously around the misery of our souls and yet soothe us subtly but surely, smarting our hearts and yet treating our souls. Wondering what’s up here? To Paradise by Hanya Yanagihara is a heartfelt tale of love and loss, measuring life’s many spectrums.
Land of Butterflies | David Lyons | Book Review
Too hot to leave the comfort of your home? What if I told you you could actually disappear into a land of fantasy without leaving the confines of your comfortable reading nook? Prepare to lose yourselves in a land of fascinating fantasy through The Land of Butterflies by David Lyons, the latest fantasy fiction to hit the block.
Piranesi by Susanna Clarke: A Masterful Exploration of Reality and Illusion
Looking for a captivating and thought-provoking read? Look no further than Piranesi by Susanna Clarke! This novel takes us on a surreal adventure through a world of illusion and reality as we follow the only human inhabitant, Piranesi, through a vast and peculiar landscape. Along the way, we question the nature of reality and the power of our perceptions while exploring themes of mental health, society, and humanity. Don’t miss out on this masterful exploration of reality and illusion – read Piranesi today!
Nautanki Saala | Mohua Chinappa | Book Review
Want to read “Life and its playful escapades”? Yes, how about indulging in life a little bit? Come revel in the dark and the light of it through a collection of short stories titled “Nautanki Saala” by Mohua Chinappa.
The Ergonomics of Love: A Review of ‘My Imperfect Love’ by Niharika Jindal
Is the first impression always the last impression? Or are there exceptions in life? Also, can one ever be free from the emotional baggage of their past? Exploring the answers to all these questions through a book review of My Imperfect Love by Niharika Jindal
Book Review of Tizistwar nou pays-Tales of Simpler Times by Nanda Pavaday
Want to take a trip down memory lanes, basking in the currents of the daily wanderings of life? Perusing life at its unfiltered best, this collection of 24 tales titled Tizistwar nou pays-Tales of Simpler Times by Nanda Pavaday is a treasure trove of memories you outta read now
Book Review of Delhi via Lucknow: Once, Love Travelled This Route by Ashwini Rudra
If you are from the 90s era and have spent your teenage years in this era, then you know what I am talking about. Be it the college life back then, the romance, the sizzling chemistry, or the youth power, this book is reminiscent of all those elements that used to be the order of the day back then. Want to relive those wonderful experiences again? Welcome to the 90s nostalgia in a brilliant tale called Delhi via Lucknow by Ashwini Rudra
Slammed by Colleen Hoover: A Moving Tale of Love, Loss, and Poetry
Discover the power of love and poetry in Colleen Hoover’s Slammed. This emotional rollercoaster of a book explores themes of loss, family, and the magic of words. Join Layken and Will as they navigate their forbidden attraction and find solace in slam poetry. Read our review and be prepared to have your heart broken and mended all at once.
Book Review of Remember Me? by Sophie Kinsella
Imagine if you got up one day and realised you had somehow landed in the perfect life you dreamed of. Wait, there is one problem though—you have forgotten your past a bit! Will you brave it all and jump headfirst into this new one? Remember Me? By Sophie Kinsella, a rigmarole of a lifetime.