Don't we all dream about space travel? About getting onto a spaceship and seeing what the universe has to offer us? Doesn't your heart soar when you see a live rocket launch on TV? I have this theory that every future space colonizer should keep in mind when they decide about "the people they are… Continue reading Earth To Centauri by Kumar L.
Flying Without Wings by Rishabh Puri is a story about Milli Bajwa and Karan Singhania, a classic tale of a rich boy falls in love with poor girl story. Milli Bajwa works in the duty free shop at Chandigarh Airport. Karan Singhania is born and brought up into a rich family of a business tycoon. What brings them together is their common need for falling in love with someone's personality, and not their looks. Both of them wish to find a life partner who speaks not only to them, but directly to their mind. Continue reading for the in-depth review.
What if I told you that there were 16 women who graced this earth with their beautiful personas, their dedication to a cause as high as a mountain peak, their willingness to sacrifice everything which could shake the earth, their resilience to personal tragedies which made them formidable, their hearts of gold which shines out to their near and dear ones and the world alike? "Battling Injustices: 16 Women Nobel Peace Laureates" by Supriya Vani is a book that brings the stories of these 16 women to light. Not only does it enlighten our minds to the possibility of doing more than what we do everyday, but it also shows us avenues where there still is a requirement of help and lack of peace. It teaches you to humble yourself and get to the ground level and get things done, not for yourself, but for the whole humanity at large.
I'm a diehard Dan Brown fan. His fictional Adonis by the name Prof. Robert Langdon is a wet dream of every sapiosexual reader. And in this third book in the Robert Langdon series, Dan Brown has given us more reasons to stay addicted to his works! I admit, I picked up this book at the… Continue reading Origin by Dan Brown
I received a copy of this awesome book from HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW PRESS, people! Apart from the fact that this book has been published by HBR Press (whose magazines I worship and keep under my pillow while I sleep) "Entering StartupLand" by Jeffrey Bussgang is a book that must be read. And it has that… Continue reading Entering StartUpLand by Jeffrey Bussgang #BookReview
A good children's story book has the following trait: adults can read and enjoy it too. After all, when the kid is of a younger age, don't the parents read goodnight stories to them from children's fiction books? And hence, shouldn't the book make the adult reader smile and laugh too? Moshank Relia's "Adventure in… Continue reading Adventures in Farland by Moshank Relia #BookReview
Do you want to secure a safe financial future for yourself and for your family, but don't know how to go about it? Have you ever felt that everyone else is richer than you, just because they have a pocketful of credit cards? Have you ever believed that stock markets are for the lion hearted,… Continue reading Zero Debt by Neeraj Deginal #BookReview
I received a copy of this book from HarperCollins India. Thank you HCI for making this bibliophile's day! Food and love. A pair of two emotions. Yes, food is an emotion. First dates usually happen over a dinner. (Or breakfast or lunch or tea, I don't have experience about that). Love can be expressed by… Continue reading Served With Love by Priyanka Menon #BookReview
11/22/63 is the first book I read by Stephen King. And judging by the glowing reviews this book has received on GoodReads, I surely started at the top of the hill. 11/22/63 is the first book I've read from the alternate history and slipstream fiction genre. Slipstream is a kind of fiction that is a blend of… Continue reading 11/22/63 by Stephen King #BookReview
We all live some form of Option B. This book will help us make the most of it.
~ Blurb of ‘Option B’ by Sheryl Sandberg
For this book review of Option B, I’m going to try a new format of writing a review post : a chapter by chapter review. This book is not only about the grief of losing someone you love, but also various other reasons why people are forced to reinvent themselves and choose Option B. And hence, I’m doing this review on a chapter-by-chapter basis.
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