Bhaunri by Anukrti Upadhyay: Book Review ★★★★

Belonging to the clan of Gadoliya Lohars, Bhaunri is courageous, speaks her mind, and never succumbed to fear or intimidation. She has been married to a young Lohar, Bheema long before she knew the meaning of it. Mesmerised by Bheema, she arrives at her in-laws and decides to win his heart no matter what it … Continue reading Bhaunri by Anukrti Upadhyay: Book Review ★★★★

Girl in White Cotton by Avni Doshi : Book Review ★★.5

It is time for reviewing one of the most difficult books of the year. Girl in White Cotton is a hard-hitting, unsettling, and uncontrollably awkward book. Difficult because Avni Doshi takes upon a mother-daughter relationship that is considered one of the purest forms of humane bond and rips it open for readers in the most … Continue reading Girl in White Cotton by Avni Doshi : Book Review ★★.5

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides: Review ★★★★.5

Alicia Berenson is an artist and Gabriel is a photographer. They seem to have a perfect life together. One day, when Gabriel returned late from the shoot, Alicia shot him five times. It is from that day that Alicia stops talking. She is kept at a forensic unit, the Groove away from the public eye … Continue reading The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides: Review ★★★★.5

Review: Erotic Stories For Punjabi Windows by Balli Kaur Jaswal ★★★★

How often a feminist text is fun to read? For many this book might not qualify as a feminist read but trust me, I have my own reasons. I have read several books on female emancipation but Erotic Stories by Punjabi Widows is one of the rare books that I have enjoyed reading. Having read … Continue reading Review: Erotic Stories For Punjabi Windows by Balli Kaur Jaswal ★★★★