Book Review | My Experiments with Truth

Title: My Experiments with Truth | An Autobiography Author: M. K. Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi – Father of the Nation, Seeker of Truth, Follower of Ahimsa, Satyagrahi. My Experiments with Truth by M K Gandhi is one of those books that’s a must-read for every Indian. Growing up and hearing about Gandhi, his role in the struggle…

Book Review | Ikigai

Title: Ikigai – The Japanese secret to a long and happy life Author: Hector Garcia & Francesec Miralles What is the meaning of life? Is the point just to live longer or should we seek a higher purpose? Why do some people know what they want and have a passion for life, while others languish…

Book Review | All the Bright Places

Title: All the Bright Places Author: Jennifer Niven The moment my friend took out this book from her bag, I was full of delight looking at the cover. It has this pleasant blue color with images of sticky notes. The post-its tell you subtly what kind of story you would be reading. “The cadence of…

Book Review | Suheldev

Title: Legend of Suheldev – The King who saved India Author: Amish “Darkness does not win because it is strong. It wins because the lamps stop fighting.” I just finished reading Amish’s new book that falls in the genre of historical fiction, a different trail from his previous works on mythological fiction. An interesting fact…

Book Review | Little Women

Title: Little Women Author: Louisa May Alcott The novel was first published in 1868 and is loosely based on the author’s own life. I have read a few classics before and I immensely enjoyed reading this book as well and found the writing style quite beautiful. ‘Little Women’ revolves around four sisters Meg, Jo, Beth…

Book Review | Origin

Title: Origin Author: Dan Brown “The geeks shall inherit the earth.” It had been a long time since I picked up another Dan Brown book. Just like the previous ones, I went on page after page for hours excitedly reading the quest of Robert Langdon (Spoiler Alert: He is still wearing his Mickey Mouse watch!)….