One of the best things about the book – short, crisp, quick read. Picking out a line from the book blurb – “The happiest people in the world are not those who have no problems, but those who learn to live with things that are less than perfect.” The author has made a good attempt at […]
Everyone wants at least a little bit of magic in their lives, and books are certainly a proven way to get transported into another world, where there can be magic, and what not. “Relics of Magic” – the journey that the protagonist, Ajieth, undertakes to fulfil his belief – find his magic. The title of […]
“Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.
– Robert Frost
Islam. Growing up, it had been more of an enigma rather than a religion. Distorted facts, incomplete information and more, had made up a mindset that drew us away from knowing what it actually is.
A plot not usually found – three different stories bound together by one single thread. Yash Pawaskar’s book attempts doing that and succeeds to most part. The blurb was intriguing enough when I first read it. Once you start reading it, you actually like it more. The book is basically about three different lives who […]
Being apart. Yet together. No matter the physical presence doesn’t matter Once you reach the destination of oneness Yet. You may never reach there. N number of things that you can compare it with. Two ends of river that think of one other they can never be with. And then. Nothing you can enjoy to fullest. […]
It’s seldom nowadays that you pick up a book from the new authors and a few pages down the lane, you actually feel good about it. Atharva Rathod and Meher Qasim. The author has succeeded at chronicling their lives with an ease. What starts off as the run of the mill high school love story, […]