Book Review: The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak

  Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak is one of the insightful books I’ve ever read. As misleading as the title can be it is not centered around the love we presume but the relation to love in every element of our life. It gives us the connect with Rumi, the greatest poet and how…

Book Review: David and Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell

  David and Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell is a bookshelf must in my opinion. A beautifully written piece, this book can be devoured in a single read (though it took me 2 days). David and Goliath isn’t like your regular novels to have a story line and a set of characters spinning around it. It’s one…

Good Reads, Toxic Reads

Image courtesy: listchallenges.com Often most of us fail to decipher the difference between a good literature piece and a toxic one. Most of our books are mainly based on recommendations by our friends, relatives and so on, but how to differentiate between the toxic ones and the safe ones? Always remember not many people in the…

Book Review : Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, is one of the slow-paced books I’ve ever read. The whole plot is gloomy and sadistic, which makes the reader saturated beyond a point. This is definitely not one of your “I cannot keep it away” kind of books. The book starts with the hardships faced by Jane Eyre since…

Book Review: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

I’ve started this year on a good note to read as many books as possible to quench my literary thirst. I’m generally not a classics reader for I’ve always been harboring this idea that classics are not to be understood for their proficient English narrative and their long poetic verses that can rather be a…