The day you walked into my life, unknown and full of pleasant surprises. That one memory of finding you bobbing your head inside of the mesh basket that held you after I opened its lid and the shriek I let out was an ultimate surprise and the sweetest memory that I will hold on forever now. … Continue reading Happy Birthday, PEPPER.
Techbitch is definitely a present read for the two generations right now, the millennial and the vintage. The book has no strong storyline albeit the setup. It is a documentary weds fiction. There are a lot of tech things one can learn in terms of ideas and developments. For someone who is highly ignorant of … Continue reading Techbitch – Review
Steve Berry has given a great account of Knight’s templar through this book. A lot of history dating back to 13th century is quite mystical and enjoyable to read. Very gripping and how the story unfolds with every plot weaved in a good manner that you do not lose connection to all the elements mentioned. … Continue reading The Templar Legacy
She was now in a state that was new to her and was in a turmoil of what is good for her and what is presumed to be good for her. She is taking the rough road that people do not take as a matter of unbearable hurdles. She is not settling for all … Continue reading A Woman’s walk to courage.. A letter to herself
Excruciating and Inhumane. These are my two words for the Nazis and the many damned ones. It was definitely heart wrenching to go through the author’s autobiographical journey and I cannot put words into the imagination of actually going through all the occurrences. Humanity did take the worst turn around 1940’s and it was a … Continue reading Night – Elie Wiesel, Marion Wiesel
This book by Huntley Fitzpatrick was a simple yet a great tribute to the art of reading. Must say it spoke a lot to me in so many ways and the characters were as real as it can get. The innocence, power, friendship, work, dreams, laughter, moral conscience, love, and family were all power packed … Continue reading My Life Next Door
Has to give it to Nicola Yoon for an absolute refreshing read. Her translation of thoughts and dialogues to words and in turn into cute little illustrations throughout the book was remarkable. It was a light read with so much content and sense for the flow of events. The wittiness of the character was well … Continue reading Everything Everything