Breasts and Eggs by Mieko Kawakami: Book Review

An idiosyncratic and uninhibited narrative, Breasts and Eggs, is a book you haven’t had read before. It tells no story, but rather it’s a book of experiences, voices, an introspective on women's bodies- how it feels to own it, accepting and taking control of it with conviction. An exploration of affairs of single women, working-class … Continue reading Breasts and Eggs by Mieko Kawakami: Book Review

Hijab by Guruprasad Kaginele: Book Review

Kaginele’s book is a powerful narrative exploring identity, immigration, cultures, and nationalities. It was first published in Kannada in 2017 and was awarded Karnataka Sahitya Academy Award 2017. It’s a book impelling you to look at the migration issues and their racial truth through the view of a doctor; the state of the medical profession … Continue reading Hijab by Guruprasad Kaginele: Book Review

The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon: Book Review

I’ve finally completed this magnificent standalone fantasy of over eight hundred pages after reading it for over a month. The book is so captivating that I was hardly reading anything alongside it. Well, I had finished it five days back but was contemplating on how to put down my appreciation for this big book in … Continue reading The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon: Book Review

Adults by Emma Jane Unsworth: Book Review

Jenny is thirty-five, an Instagram obsessed, social media freak, who spends a lot of time perfecting hashtags, filters for her next Instagram post, she frequently sends her posts for constant affirmation to her best friend Kelly. She’s a social maniac, insecure and uncertain of her real-life relationships, often giving comical responses to unsettling life situations. … Continue reading Adults by Emma Jane Unsworth: Book Review

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