5 Underrated Books That I Absolutely Loved

A lot of books have impacted me throughout my life – some famous, some infamous and some lost in the folds of time. These are books from across genres that moved me or thrilled me beyond my imagination. These aren’t unknown books (since the authors are known ones) but in my opinion they deserved a…

Review| My November Reads

This month was so perfect for snuggling in and reading but instead I snuggled in and binged watched shows. I only managed to read 2.5 books which I wouldn’t have considered bad if I would have read every single day. I took long breaks between the books. I’m not going to include the half book…

Reading| My 10 Favourite Fictional Characters

* I was low on ideas for posts these past few days, then I came across Markus & Micah’s post. I loved the idea and decided to do a similar post. Please visit their blog to read the post and give their blog some love.* I have been reading since I was a young child…

#3| Hapiness is| Books

Day 3 of my “Happiness Is” photo series. If you haven’t already, do check out my first two posts too! I’ve been reading since I was 6-7 years old. My parents inculcated this habit in me since I was very young. I love reading – it’s such an easy way to escape into another world….

1 | Review|Novel – “Persepolis” by Marjane Satrapi

My best friend gifted me this novel three years back when I was moving cities. In all the craze of unpacking, the novel got lost in all my stuff. Recently while packing to move again, I found the book hidden in a corner. “Persepolis” is an illustrated novel written by Marjane Satrapi about the revolution…

Must Read Books – Indian Mythology

I have never been big on reading Indian authored novels mainly because I found them very hard to relate with. Even when the Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi garnered a lot of appreciation, I chose to not read his novels. 4-5 months back on a random Sunday I decided to borrow a book from my…