False Ceilings – Review

False Ceilings

Winter vacations had just begun, which meant I could get up way past the usual 7:30 am routine.Like no good thing comes for free, vacations came with lots of homework. But, I was in no mood to open any books for the first few days of my new-found freedom. While mum was busy preparing dinner, … [Read more…]

All Aboard! – A Sneak Peak And Author Interview

Title: All Aboard! Genre: Romance Publisher: Penguin Random House   Synopsis: When Rhea Khanna is dumped just days before her wedding, by her boyfriend of four years, the only thing she wants to do is to get out of the city to clear her head.  The opportunity presents itself immediately when her aunt, a retired … [Read more…]

Book Review – The Puppeteers of Palem

I finally understood why Joey kept that frightening book in the freezer. I wanted to do the same, to this paranormal thriller by Sharath Komarraju. I am not someone who is particularly fond of the genre, but couldn’t say No when I was approached for a book-review. Reluctantly, I picked up this book which gave me … [Read more…]

Behind the Book – Bucket List of a Traveloholic

Bucket List of a Traveloholic

Picture Credit – Google There are books and then there are books which take your breath away! I recently stumbled upon one such book called Bucket List of a Traveloholic by first time author Sarika Pandit. I was smitten by the cover picture, which I must say sums up the book, beautifully. Wanderlust has been … [Read more…]

Some Confessions And a Book Review

It was the summer of 2007 when I landed into blogsvillie, unknowingly. That time, I was not sure if I liked it enough to stay for a few days. But I did, because I was bored and depressed. Reading had always been a therapy, but I just didn’t want to commit myself to a book. … [Read more…]

Book Review -The Winds of Hastinapur

Sharath Komarraju has re-written history, both in the literal and figurative sense. It is very difficult to re-tell an old tale, which everyone has already heard/read/seen. It becomes an even bigger challenge to hold the reader who already knows what happens at the end. But, Sharath has done a great job in bringing his perspective to … [Read more…]

Saamarthya – A Book Review

Almost a year ago, I stumbled upon a Hindi poetry blog and was pleasantly surprised. I fell in love with what I read and couldn’t just get enough of it. I came back to this blog again and again, sometimes left my praise/feedback in the form of comments but sometimes I was too overwhelmed to … [Read more…]