Shadow and Betrayal – Review of Book 1 and 2 of The Long Price Quartet by Daniel Abraham

The Long Price Quartet is an interesting entry in the world of fantasy fiction.  It tells us a story of cities which are ruled by Kings and are economically dependent on certain magical creatures who are actually idea-in-physical-form.. or Andats. Andats are bound and guided by  Poets, who conceptualizes and thus ‘creates’ them. The world … More Shadow and Betrayal – Review of Book 1 and 2 of The Long Price Quartet by Daniel Abraham

Review: The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith aka J.K. Rowling

 The new crime-fiction novel of Robert Galbraith has arrived…  and I would say that this time I am happier as I finished J.K Rowling’s second pseudonym venture. The book is, as the cover suggests, a Cormoran Strike novel. For those who are not familiar with the first one, The Cuckoo’s Calling, here’s a heads-up. Strike is … More Review: The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith aka J.K. Rowling

Mini Review : Divergent – Book 1 of Divergent Trilogy

Divergent is the first instalment of Divergent Trilogy of the series Divergent Universe – a fantasy tale of an alternate world; a society constituted of five factions or social types based on their nature and morale: Amity, Abnegation, Erudite, Candor and Dauntless.The rest are the “unfortunate” Factionless. As the children of this dystopian society turn sixteen, they go through a test … More Mini Review : Divergent – Book 1 of Divergent Trilogy

Mini-review of a Classic : Little Women Part 1 by Louisa May Alcott

I was wondering how I missed this one before. A classic in my book list after a long time. One of the most widely-adored classic by Louisa May Alcott, this book tells us a story of a society and family, which almost sounds unreal in today’s turbulent lifestyle, with surprising lucidity. It is a believable … More Mini-review of a Classic : Little Women Part 1 by Louisa May Alcott