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

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 ★★★★

A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman: A tale of loss, a tale of life ★★★★★

“You only need one ray of light to chase all the shadows away.” - Fredrik BackmanTweet Ove is a 59 year old man who is disappointed about everything around him. He has taken upon himself to make sure everybody sticks to the rules because if he doesn't monitor the situations around him everyday like a … Continue reading A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman: A tale of loss, a tale of life ★★★★★

Normal People by Sally Rooney: An unusual love theme ★★★

“All these years, they’ve been like two little plants sharing the same plot of soil, growing around one another, contorting to make room, taking certain unlikely positions.” - Sally RooneyTweet The entire narrative is about its characters and their progression over the years.It is an unlikely love story which can tear you apart but can … Continue reading Normal People by Sally Rooney: An unusual love theme ★★★

The Kite Runner by Khalid Hosseini: Review ★★★★

The Kite Runner, set in the politically unstable backdrop of Afghanistan, is a journey of redemption which makes us introspect ourselves and reevaluates the values of life. We have skewed perception towards Afghanistan as a torn, poverty-stricken and wounded country, owing to the stereotypical representation generated by popular media.   "If someone were to ask … Continue reading The Kite Runner by Khalid Hosseini: Review ★★★★