A paper drama!

"The Imperfectionists" is a great work of Tom Rachman. By no means has the book the feel of a debut or a contemporary novel; written in a rich, experienced and mature hand by such a young writer, the quality is specific to seasoned novelists of 60s and 70s -Jeffery Archer, Irwin Shaw league to be... Continue Reading →


The Orphan Train

A historical fiction, The Orphan Train is about two women from two different generations. The book is written in alternate narration style between the two protagonists who come closer as they realize their accounts have so much common. One is the teenager who is in the foster care and the other is an older lady... Continue Reading →


The Powerful Message!

Whenever I have a reader’s block, I tend to take comfort in the already read material – especially the ones that I have enjoyed multiple times. Mostly I settle on classics, calming novels or the ones that I read in a young age and still have an impression on me. It could be Jane Austen's Pride... Continue Reading →


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