I'd recommend this book to anyone who has ever moved homes and travelled beyond their city. It's brings forth so many questions and the answers are entirely subjective.
If you love Davy, stop here or go ahead tell me why! Maybe I'll change my mind then.
I'm going to keep this simple for now because this is the type of book that needs more than one read.
A story you have to read to believe, and then you realise it was all fiction.
Christopher Boone is like no one you've met and also like a lot of people you have met, but haven't given a second thought to. This book has become an all-time favourite. Read on to know why!
You can learn at any point in time, you just need to be willing. Read on to see how Jai Pausch learned to cope with love and loss.
Prison breaks have existed for as long as prisons have existed. How, then, is Papillon any different? Read on!
Randy Pausch knew he was going to disappear and he left behind a striking collection of lessons to exist forever.
White Mughals captures a romance that blended cultural, political and religious spaces, considered taboo in eighteenth-century India. James Achilles Kirkpatrick, a British Resident in Hyderabad, fell in love with Khair un-Nissa, a Muslim Indian princess and the great-niece of the Nizam's Prime Minister, in the late eighteenth century in Hyderabad, India.
The Lowland written by Jhumpa Lahiri is a novel rooted in emotions, against the backdrop of the Naxalite Movement of the 1960s in West Bengal, India. The story of two brothers - Subhash and Udayan - bound and separated, like two poles of a magnet, is about the conventions and contentions in a relationship between brothers, between husbands and wives and between parents and children.