Seven Mysteries to Thrill You Over the Week!

Fast paced and edge of the seat kinds, mystery and thriller novels are a great way to break a monotony of sorts. They keep you engrossed in your reading, keep you guessing and pump up your heart beat. Here are a few of them that come with oodles of suspense
Read More
Seven Mysteries to Thrill You Over the Week!

Five Non Fiction Books To Read This Summer

If you seek something beyond that fiction pile of yours, here is a list of non-fiction narratives to satisfy your reading urges. Not too heavy and yet with a depth of its own kind, these non-fiction books would make a great read this summer. A Brief History of Humankind By Yuval
Read More
Five Non Fiction Books To Read This Summer

What Does A Perfect Selfie Have?

How do we humans document memories? You said it! We capture it as images and preserve them as a chronicle, to stay long and tell tales of by gone days. In our digital era, we may seem a little over obsessed about capturing pictures, but it sure is fun to
Read More
What Does A Perfect Selfie Have?

Book Review- Calling Sehmat by Harinder Sikka

The movie Raazi hit the theatres last Friday, and has been garnering a considerable amount of positive reviews. It is an adaptation of Harinder Sikka’s Calling Sehmat, a fictitious account of a supposedly real spy. I watched the movie this evening. But before I did that, I obviously had to
Read More
Book Review- Calling Sehmat by Harinder Sikka

And Then There Were None – Weekend with Agatha Christie

“One of us in this very room is in fact the murderer.”  ― Agatha Christie, And Then There Were None Some books could be re-read, even if you know how it would end. I am a big Agatha Christie fan and have practically grown up reading her books in my teen years. Christie has
Read More
And Then There Were None – Weekend with Agatha Christie

World Around Me

Literature-Fiction