The Testaments by Margaret Atwood: Book Review

Well, ‘The Testaments’ is not as powerful as the prequel was, but it is a bit of a page-turner. Narrated from three-point of view - Aunt Lydia, Agnes and Daisy (baby Nicole). Aunt Lydia’s part is the most engaging perspective where her early days come into the picture and how she ended up as a … Continue reading The Testaments by Margaret Atwood: 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