The forest of enchantments by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni review.

I unplugged the inkpot and was startled to see the color the sage had chosen for me. Red. But of course. How else could I write my story except in the color of menstruation and childbirth, the color of the marriage mark that changes women's lives, the color of the Ashoka tree under which I … Continue reading The forest of enchantments by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni review.

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Fortune’s Soldier by Alex Rutherford review.

3.5/5 A historical fiction which sheds light on the dawn of the British Empire in India. It's 1744, Nicholas Ballantyne dreams of becoming a laird (heir) of his ancestral estate in the Scottish highlands, but fate has other plans. He is sent to Hindustan, on a ship named 'Winchester'. He meets Robert Clive, who dreams … Continue reading Fortune’s Soldier by Alex Rutherford review.

Are we all lemmings and snowflakes? by Holly Bourne review

#kindnessiscontagious Holly Bourne has become one of my favourite authors now. She is known for her mental health and feminist talks. This was my first book by her and I absolutely loved it. Read on to hear my thoughts about it. This book primarily speaks about teenagers and mental health and how kindness is contagious. … Continue reading Are we all lemmings and snowflakes? by Holly Bourne review

The moving shadow review Electrifying Bengali pulp fiction.

This book is pure magic!! I had never enjoyed reading crime and horror stories this much. This book is easily one of my favourite reads of 2018. It's an anthology of crime and horror stories written by prolific writers like Satyajit Ray, Premendra Mitra, Muhammad Zafar Iqbal and Gobindolal Bandopadhyay to name a few. The … Continue reading The moving shadow review Electrifying Bengali pulp fiction.