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The little ghost who was a quilt

This is such a charming little book. It has the most beautiful and cute illustrations and a wonderful message in its story which is about a ghost. Ghosts are supposed to be sheets, light as air and able to whirl and twirl and float and soar. But the little ghost who is a quilt can’tContinue reading “The little ghost who was a quilt”

Inner Mastery, Outer Impact: How Your Five Core Energies Hold the Key to SuccessBook by Hitendra Wadhwa

I’m personally not a very big fan of ‘Self-Help’ books, no hate to the genre but sometimes I feel the books are too out there for my taste personally, so if you are like me, this is not one of those self help books. The book is actually believable and grounded in reality and presentedContinue reading “Inner Mastery, Outer Impact: How Your Five Core Energies Hold the Key to SuccessBook by Hitendra Wadhwa”

These precious days

These precious days by Ann Patchett, thank you @bloomsburyindia for the #gifted copy of this wonderful book. I loved this book, if you are a fan of the author I’m sure you are gonna love it, and if you haven’t read her beforehand, this book would definitely be a good place to start. Its aContinue reading “These precious days”

The song of Achilles

This book has everything I like. Mythology, war and a love story in the midst of the war. Also the prophecies, in a sense you know what’s gonna happen and the protagonist try to avoid it, and doing so they somehow end up fulfilling the prophecy eventually. This book is a perfect amalgamation of love,Continue reading “The song of Achilles”


The award, created in 1996 after the Booker Prize failed to list any women-authored titles in the prior years, honors books written in English by women. This year’s slate includes books by six American authors, five British authors, two writers from New Zealand, one Turkish-British author, one American-Canadian writer, and a Trinidadian writer. They areContinue reading “THE 2022 WOMEN’S PRIZE LONG LIST”

In to the wild

So many people live within unhappy circumstances and yet will not take the initiative to change their situation because they are conditioned to a life of security, conformity, and conservatism, all of which may appear to give one peace of mind, but in reality nothing is more dangerous to the adventurous spirit within a manContinue reading “In to the wild”

The color purple by Alice Walker

Alice Walker’s epistolary novel first published in 1982 went on to win the National Book Award and a Pulitzer Prize. Although I’m always abit cynical about award winning books but when I started to read this one it became apparent to me why this book has been so popular for years. Celia the protagonist,initially writesContinue reading “The color purple by Alice Walker”

The Comfort Book

I really like Matt Haig’s Reasons to Stay Alive, and Notes on a Nervous Planet on similar themes. I also love his work of fiction, midnight library being my recent favourite. But this book just didn’t totally hit me the same. Maybe I have just read quite a few similar books to this, but thisContinue reading “The Comfort Book”