The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry: Book Review

January is almost half gone and I’m only done with my first read of the month. The Essex Serpent was part of my unread shelf from quite a year, I picked it as the first read of the year for its spectacular cover and for all the wonderful reviews it got. It has a considerable … Continue reading The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry: Book Review

Happy 31st of 2019

If I sum up my 2019 in short words, it would be “a very Great Year”, that doesn’t mean it was all a happy year. It had its share of mistakes, regrets, stress, but it’s about how I want to look back. 2019 taught me to let go of things that weren’t under control, sometimes … Continue reading Happy 31st of 2019

Mindfulness by Vinay Dabholkar: Book Review

Well, if you ask me, what’s the most searched term I looked this year, read numerous articles or watched videos on the internet, it is about the conception of Mindfulness. This term has been acclaimed to improve one’s mental well-being and reduction of stress. Mindfulness has always been treated as the act of meditation, adoption … Continue reading Mindfulness by Vinay Dabholkar: Book Review

Thirteen Kinds of Love by Soumya Bhattacharya: Book Review

Thirteen Kinds of love is a beautiful short novel that is impressive, convincing and my recent favorite. And mind you, this is not a romance book narrating a love story. Soumya Bhattacharya has written an engrossing account of several families living in Imperial Heights apartments in Mumbai. These short narratives are about the intricacy of … Continue reading Thirteen Kinds of Love by Soumya Bhattacharya: Book Review

Indistractable by Nir Eyal: Book Review

Well, I completed this book today and was contemplating the right kind of words to pen down. I do love non-fiction reads be it belongs to self-help books, business reads, biographies or autobiographies, books on mind or life. I read all the styles of non-fiction. But Indistractable wasn’t the book for me. Indistractable focuses on … Continue reading Indistractable by Nir Eyal: Book Review

Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine by Gail Honeyman: Book Review

“Sometimes you needed someone kind to sit with you while you dealt with things.” Straight away after finishing, ‘Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine’ on Saturday night last week, I put down my half-sipped coffee on the side table, sit down for a few minutes to contemplate on what a brilliant book I had just read. … Continue reading Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine by Gail Honeyman: Book Review