Fight Club- The Book

MAJOR SPOILER ALERT, WE WILL TALK ABOUT THE WHOLE STORY HERE. I just fell in love with this movie, partially because when I watched it, I was mad at societal norms (I still sort of am) and partially because I was an insomniac at that time (which I am not anymore). You can read the... Continue Reading →

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Reading The book thief was like watching somebody write a beautiful story and then they started erasing it. And now I’m looking at scars etched in paper with lead rubbed off. The Book Thief written by Markus Zusak and published in 2005 is story of a little 10-yr old girl named Liesel, narrated by death... Continue Reading →

Markus Zusak on Failures

I think I have been internalizing my anxiety or it internalized itself. I didn’t notice until I felt tremors in my hands. Hurt to see, when you have been struggling and remained oblivious to it. So, I disconnected myself from rest of the world and I stayed in my room to finish reading The Book... Continue Reading →

Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

Slaughterhouse five had been on my must read list for a few years, because it earned its well-deserved place in plenty of To-Read lists. I read it last month and have been researching on and off before writing about this review/opinion, but then I realized anything that will be derived from what’s available already kills... Continue Reading →

The Fall by Albert Camus

Reading an absurdist can be challenging. When I started reading The Fall by Albert Camus, my thoughts were “this is the shortest book I have” "this is my 2nd book by Albert Camus, I wont regret it maybe..” And then I nose-dived straight into it. The book starts with a self-proclaimed "judge-penitent", Jean-Baptiste Clamence, narrating... Continue Reading →

Found it!

Can I mention that overly exhausted quote here? “And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” — Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist Well I just did.I lost count of times when I tried to buy Fahrenheit 451. Most times, it wouldn't be available. Odd, I know Or it would... Continue Reading →

Mermaids – Movie

If you are a cinephile and you haven't watch Mermaids (1990), you are majorly missing out! It's one of those movies. Remember when your mothers were so concerned about you she would always be on the edge and running after you trying to control your capering hormones.. it’s the other way round in this movie.... Continue Reading →

Burn After Reading – Movie

Burn after reading was a very random pick. I read names Coen Brothers, John Malkovich, Frances McDormand and I knew this won't be waste of 1 hour 35 minutes after an exhausting day...aaaaand it’s on Netflix! And Tilda Swinton!! What a powerful cast! Well. It’s a dark comedy with twists that will shock you and... Continue Reading →

Big Eyes – Movie

Imagine a biographical film set in the late 1950s, that’s a Tim Burton movie and has Amy Adams playing the lead. And then imagine it going totally unnoticed. Nobody knows about this movie and I know why. They didn't market it much Simple! So next time, my author friends, when you think your books are... Continue Reading →

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