The Preacher’s Bride: Theresa Oliver

  GENRE: Western Romance, Fiction My Rating: 5/5 I received the ARC as a Member Giveaway from LibraryThing. And I am grateful to the publisher for sending the copy. I have read romances before but this is a story quite unlike any other. The pages are filled with emotions that tie a noose around youContinue reading “The Preacher’s Bride: Theresa Oliver”

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Encounters of a Fat Bride: Samah Visaria

GENRE: Fiction, Chick lit, Indian literature My rating:4/5 We have labels for everything and everyone. Living in a highly materialistic times, we are always ready to put forward our best face. And by that I mean the best face that apps and edits can put together. When was the last time anyone of us postedContinue reading “Encounters of a Fat Bride: Samah Visaria”

Be Your Own Pilot: Sqn Ldr.Manish Kumar

GENRE: Self help,Motivational Rating:3.5/5 GET OFF LIFE’S AUTOPILOT AND TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR DESTINY… I am not a big fan of self-help or motivational books. Since rarely has any book in the genre affected me enough to bring about change. Yes people have been inspired by the likes of Robin Sharma and Rhonda Byrne. IContinue reading “Be Your Own Pilot: Sqn Ldr.Manish Kumar”

Dark Touch: Elle Lewis

Dark touch: GENRE: Urban Fantasy, Supernatural, Fiction Rating: 4/5 The first book in the trilogy is aptly titled as its a Dark Touch that sets the pins rolling, and in this case sets the story moving. Sloan Stolar works at a law firm in Washington, but its not a job she loves, rather its onlyContinue reading “Dark Touch: Elle Lewis”

Parineeta by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay(Translated by Malobika Chaudhari)

After having finished reading Munshi Premchand’s “Nirmala”, I found myself drawn to read literature that were set in India before independence. Yes we have read much in our History books, but the real depiction of the times can be best seen in the literature where writers were bound by that shackles of the society andContinue reading “Parineeta by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay(Translated by Malobika Chaudhari)”