Wings Of Fire Book Review: A.P.J. Abdul Kalam’s Autobiography

Wings of Fire book Review

Wings of Fire is an inspiring autobiography of the most respectable Former President of India – Dr.  A.P.J.  Abdul Kalam. Dr Kalam along with Ankit Tiwari pens down the journey of a young boy and developing India. If you are interested in reading the life lessons of Mr Kalam, you must read Wings of Fire […]

IKIGAI by Hector Garcia and Francesc Miralles: Book Review

Ikigai book Review

Have you ever experienced the feeling of being lost in the path of success or love? If yes, Ikigai is meant for you. As human beings, we live in a world that’s driven by competition and conflicts. Each day we see people fighting to become better than their opponent. We see ego at its pinnacle […]

The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck by Mark Manson: Book Review

The subtle art of not giving a fck-book review

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson belongs to the self-help genre. This is the third book by the author which hit the bestsellers rank pretty fast. The book has gained its popularity because of its title and the unique cover. It is a guide on how to improve your lifestyle. […]

The McMahon Line by J.J.Singh: Book Review

The McMahon line book review

You may have heard about the McMahon line and may know that it is a line of partition between two countries. But did you know history? The pros and cons of India? If not, be ready to learn the past from the ground person itself. Sir Henry McMahon drew a line between India and Tibet […]

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho: Book Review

The Alchemist book review

The Alchemist was first published in 1988 in Brazil. The book did not grab much attention and went out of print. However, a few years later, a reissue was done and it changed everything. When it was published for the very first time, Paulo Coelho (author) was known for writing songs. As soon as the […]

Train to Pakistan by Khushwant Singh: Book Review

Train to Pakistan book review

‘Train to Pakistan’ is one of the best-sellers by Khushwant Singh. This story is unique because it does not have a main character. It is a tale of a village; a world different from the rest of the world. The people continue their life, untouched by the outside world. It is so genuine that one […]

The Immortals of Meluha By Amish Tripathi

The Immortals of Meluha book review

The Immortals of Meluha follows the story of a man named Shiva, who lives in the Tibetan region – Mount Kailash. Because of a sudden disturbance in his place, he shifts to Meluha. The silent and serene atmosphere is new for Shiva. He is not used to the peace and the morals that they stand […]

I Too Had a Love Story by Ravinder Singh: Book Review

I too had a love story book review

 A Beating Heart for an Everlasting Love I too had a love story, is one of those novels that will remind you of all the times you’ve spent watching movies that held the tales of love and emotions. As the name suggests, this is a love story but of course, not an ordinary one. What’s […]

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill: Book Review

Think and grow rich book review

If you have ever wondered about how to use the potential of your subconscious mind, this “Think and Grow Rich” is for you. It is all about how a person can retrain its own mind and focus all its energy into becoming successful. The book is all about the thirteen principles, which can change the […]

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte : Book Review

Wuthering-Heights-book-review

Wuthering Heights is a novel by Emily Bronte, published in 1847 under the false name “Ellis Bell”. It is her only completed work of fiction before she died in 1848. At the time, the book met with a lot of controversies due to its stark depiction of physical and mental cruelty.  Wuthering Heights also challenged […]