All the Bright Places and You!

All the Bright Places and You!

If heartbreaking romance, flawed yet lovable protagonists and the John Green writing style has been your jam, then Jennifer Niven’s All the Bright Places is a book you should definitely look out for (we would advice you to get your hands on it really soon, to be honest!) A beautiful story revolving around two lovely yet broken human beings Theodore and Violet finding their way to hope through a journey that is not easy forms the crux of this novel….

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Shakespeare and Madness.

Shakespeare and Madness.

It’s well known that Shakespeare was a rare genius in terms of the art of discernment of atypical occurrences in human and societal behaviour. Then whether it’s the mystical setting of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the unaccepted love of Romeo and Juliet or the political controversy of Julius Caesar, if you are reading a Shakespearean play, you most definitely know that you are in for a literary treat. When it comes to madness and psychological abnormalities, his characters can give…

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10 Best Ending Lines in Literature

10 Best Ending Lines in Literature

We are sure that the genius who came up with the thought: first impression is the last impression- hadn’t really read the following books or to put it more clearly, the ending lines of the following books. More often than ever, the ending line of a book becomes the last memory that we have of the book, it is the spine that holds the book’s impression together. And then, there’s those novels whose last lines are magic, profound emotions in…

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Coolest Characters from Books to have a Beer with.

Coolest Characters from Books to have a Beer with.

Believe it or not, these characters do exits in the world of literature. Sometimes, when you have had a rough row with one of your self consumed bosses, or you have been deceived by one of the minions of your nemesis( woah, like that ever happens), or you are just wondering if life’s really worth any of the crap that you have to go through, and you need a friend to reiterate Bob Dylan’s golden words No Woman No Cry…

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Book Review: Love in the Time of Cholera

Book Review: Love in the Time of Cholera

An enthralling tale of unrequited love, longing and heart ache, Love In time of Cholera is a novel by Colombian Nobel Prize winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, that will leave you wanting for more. Set in the Caribbean, in a time when the society was plagued by the pestilence of cholera, and there was little or no cure for the disease, it is the love story of Florentino Ariza and Fermina Daza, who fall in love in their youth. However, …

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Best Graphic Novels

Best Graphic Novels

Attention non-readers! Yes, you heard us write, today we have a treat for readers and non readers alike. Because today, we are enlisting the best graphic novels of all time! And unlike conventional novels, that contain loads and loads of words, streams of sentences overflowing like waterfalls and which put the entirre burden of imagination on the reader, graphic novels can be thought of as an escape into a world of comic strips, sketches and lucid depictions of the text….

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9 Facts about Gone With the Wind we bet you didn’t know

9 Facts about Gone With the Wind we bet you didn’t know

If there’s one book that can be called holy to American literature, it has to be Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind. The story of the young spoiled Scarlett O’Hara trying to overcome the chains poverty against the background of the American civil war, is one to marvel at for the powerful techniques of storytelling used. It’s also considered to be a highly controversial book for the depiction of the African American population and the racial slurs used.  However, it’s…

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Top John Grisham Novels

Top John Grisham Novels

John Grisham is one of the most popular legal thriller writer of the 21st century. Besides being a novelist, he is also an attorney, politician and activist who derives inspiration for his novels from his most gruesome cases. For anyone who has read his novels, it’s fairly easy to call Grisham a captivating, page-turn provoking author who has very little generosity for the fate of his characters. However, despite all that his characters go through, one thing remains constant when…

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10 Quotes from Alice in Wonderland

10 Quotes from Alice in Wonderland

No, we haven’t lost our muchness just yet! And we do not plan to lose it anytime before we have found a rabbit hole down to the greatest quotes of Alice in Wonderland, a book that’s a delight for anyone and everyone who can find the moxie to be mad enough to dream of whatever that’s not possible. This classic by Lewis Carroll makes readers Curiouser and Curiouser in each reread, and before anyone asks us what makes this one…

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9 Celebrities and Their Favourite Books

9 Celebrities and Their Favourite Books

People often say that celebrities are human too, however with an increasing amount of celebrities coming out with Shelfies, book promotions and book recommendations, a new motion should be in order: Celebrities are readers too! Every once in a while, our favourite actors/actresses, singers, directors also like to take some time off to get back to the source of their fondness for stories: books! After all, all art derives inspiration from other art. And what is more inspiring than books…

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