Sometimes 339 pages cease to exist as mere 339 pages.
Having first heard of this book while preparing for a quiz in grade III, I never considered reading it until four days back as I browsed through the books in my school’s library. The after reading experience of this book is something that words can never accurately describe. Continue reading
Frederick Forsyth spins yet another impeccable tale “The Afghan”. Though it can’t be touted as his best, it certainly does come close to touching the likes of his other widely acclaimed international bestsellers like The Odessa Files and The Dogs of War. Continue reading
Written by Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird is one of those classics that everyone reads at some point of their lives, whether they choose to or are forced to read it for school, although I would recommend everyone to do the former as you will not regret it. Continue reading
Sir Alex Ferguson was born on 31st December 1941 in Glasgow, Scotland. He managed Manchester United Football Club from 1986 to 2013. His time at the club has led to Ferguson being regarded as one of the most successful, admired and respected managers in the history of the game. Ferguson says that he saw Manchester United “change from a conventional football club to what is now a major business enterprise and he never failed to move with the time.”
Hunger Games Trilogy
Genre- Science Fiction
The Hunger Games trilogy is set in post apocalyptic dystopian future in the nation of Panem set in North America. Panem is ruled by an authoritative, tyrannical dictatorship led by President Snow in the Capitol. The most rich and powerful people of Panem live in the Capitol which lies in the center of the nation. It is surrounded by 12 districts Continue reading
Perks of being a wallflower is an epistolary. And it isn’t any other collection of letters you’d assume were boring and ignore. This book is a lot more than a story.
These three words when strung together in this fashion, bring to mind one of the masterpieces of modern english literature. Of all the plethora of contemporary classics that attempt to indulge the mind of the avid reader, this one hits closest to home. Continue reading