Samsara is more than just a mystical or a magical adventure. It talks about something greater. It makes one question the idea of God, the idea of living this life, it makes you question the creation, traditions and religions.Read more
The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon is about two strangers – Natasha and Daniel. The entire plot takes place within the span of a day!Read more
Circe by Madeline Miller is a feminist retelling of Homer’s Odyssey. The story takes you through rivalries, love, self-determination, toxic masculinity, self-growth, and loneliness.Read more
Not gonna lie, I did not enjoy reading The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch as much as I thought I would.Read more
The book highlights the ups and down of Connor Franta which has been one of the most relatable books I’ve read in recent days.Read more
It is a retelling of the story of Achilles from Patroclus’ point of view. At the heart of the story lies a marvelous love story amidst the War of Troy between the two protagonists.Read more
One of the main reasons why I wanted to read this book is because Perumal’s Poonachi is one of my favorite reads of all time. I can’t tell you enough on how much I loved and cried while reading Poonachi or The Story of a Black Goat.Read more
I finished reading Em and The Big Hoom by Jerry Pinto couple of weeks back but never got around writing how I felt about it. I wasn’t able to write how it made me feel, to be honest.Read more
A Gujurat Here, A Gujarat There by Krishna Sobti (translated by Daisy Rockwell) is a part-fiction and a part memoir. I loved the title of this book. The title, alone, speaks volume of what this book is about – A Gujarat here in India, and another Gujarat across the boarder in Pakistan.Read more
Book – The New Rules of Business Author – Rajesh Srivastava Publisher – Penguin India No. of pages – 326Read more
The introduction to the book gives a brief look into his life. Metamorphosis is said to be an autobiographical book but is a classic fiction. Kafka, in this book, draws a very surreal story about a family and the struggles – emotionally as well as financially. The book reflects Kafka’s real life difficulties with his father, his closeness to his sister, and his job.Read more
The White House chief of Staff is dead, discovered collapsed in his home. Paramedics say it was a heart attack, but something’s not right – and only his intern, Hayley Chill, can see it. Things get really dangerous. There is a plot to assassinate the President, one they are ruthless about hiding.
This book is totally insane and is a brilliant debut work!
The questions discussed in the book are absurd yet very interesting. My favorite chapter was the one where the correlation was discussed between legalizing abortion and the crime rate with fell drastically all of a sudden. Another one to mention was the correlation between the money spent during elections and the chances ofRead more
“Vision without action is daydreaming. Action without vision is a nightmare.”
This is a book which you can gift to school students. It would prove to be very helpful to get their priorities right especially if he/she has their board exam on their way.Read more
Chandan Deshmukh has step-wise shared his professional insights right from preparation of resume to how the basic questions asked during the HR round must be handled and answered in the right way.
– Kinjal ParekhRead more