Friday, 19 December 2014

BOOK REVIEW: Who Breaks a Butterfly upon a Wheel? by Harish S Guru & Priyadharshini V

The story is well-broiler and pleasantly baked.In my assessment 

It's gripping and a super quick paced book that influences you to turn pages so quick that you understand on 

how the writer intended to compose this story-one of his companion's mom had kicked the bucket in a street mischance, A smashed person in an auto hit her visible to everyone with several people viewing. Not one individual called the ambulance.The police men, who went to the spot, took a thousand rupees from the person and left him. 

when they took her to the healing center, they passed on 

The creator trusts that the police are on a par with hoodlums and he is correct.This nation needs a superior class of crooks so the police compel gets a few teeth. 

We have to thrash the old framework Get and Join hands and think like an Indian. 

Let's make this Nation great...Jain Hind! 

As a presentation novel , creators have done a great job !!

OVERALL RATING:- 4.5/5  stars 

Friday, 20 June 2014

BOOK REVIEW: Sita's Curse...The Language Of Desire

Publisher: Hachette India

In India erotica is not into the spotlight as much as it should be. Sita's Curse is one such endeavor by the Author in Indian Literature.

The First look of the cover and the title plainly shows about the lady's and its wants and dreams. I like the front of the book. The Blurb is short and basic which shows about a lady's Struggle after marriage. The creator clarified the plot pleasantly and in detail. The character of Meera had exceptionally all around described. A lady with want of Lust, Sexual dream and sex. Now and again you feel disdain for the character yet here and there you feel pitiful and sincerely appended to the lady. The beginning was exhausting as an excessive amount of sex some of the time wind up noticeably dull. Be that as it may, once Meera Reached Mumbai the Plot took an Interesting turn. 

The creator had additionally taken Mumbai's Plot in an exceptionally point by point way in addition to there are some Guruji's in our general public who misuse young lady as far as sex which is likewise pleasantly described. The book influences you to sit and question about the critical issues of the general public: Faith, Love, Sex and want. It is an eye opener for the two men and ladies. The peak is similarly captivating. Meera as a lady , the way she had taken care of her life and wants were truly very much depicted by the creator. The Vocabulary and Language is exceptionally elegantly composed. 

The main error was Binal is incorrectly spelled and Bimal in two or three times. I likewise didn't comprehend why Meera is contrasted and Sita as both had confronted distinctive enduring. By and large A pleasant book to peruse. Individuals with a receptive outlook and love to peruse an alternate Plot can purchase this book. All the best creator.

RATING : 4/5  

Monday, 12 May 2014

BOOK REVIEW: Me "N" Her - A Strange Feeling by Rikky Bhartia

Publisher: Leadstart Publishing

RATING :  ☆☆☆☆ ½ 

Review: Some romantic tales truly establish a connection in your heart.. 

An account of Harsh and Janvi which one can identify with without a doubt. The slogan "The narrative of affection n division where fate manages the connection" got my attention and i preferred the cover page as well. I value the creator's endeavors for the same. 

This novel talks about affection, companionship and partition. I delighted in the fellowship part of it. The shayaris and tunes made it a pleasurable read. 

Its Simple ,Sweet , demonstrated the feelings unmistakably and you can associated yourself exceptionally well 

Barely any segments of the book, for e.g. the one when the hero chooses to leave Janvi for her initially cherish was a decent turn, or the depiction of unforgiving leaving Mumbai after Janvi's wedding was likewise great. 

What was transpiring ? Was I beginning to look all starry eyed at again or was I feeling like this since she watched over me so much ?Did she additionally adore me ? I don't know ; might be she quite recently preferred me as a companion .Should I get into this once more? Will she likewise abandon me halfway or will this relationship bring bliss and love into my life ?

Kya bataun kya ho tum?
Andheri raat mein chamkta, khubsurat chaand ho tum…
Tapti dhoop main bearish ki thandiboond ho tum
Kichad main jo khile wo sundar, kamal ho tum…
Ruuasi main jo aaye wo pyaari, muskaan ho tum…
Jisko dekh ke dil khush ho jae wo haseen khwab ho tum
Har jawan dil jise chahe wo kwaish ho tum
Aur kya kahe kya ho tum…
Bas jo jeene ke liye chahiye ab to meri wo saansein ho tum.

There were few moments in the book which really made me fall in love while reading.

“ Love is not always getting who you love;it’s also the ability to think about the happiness of the one you love…. Weather with you or without you, and your happiness should be in your loved one’s happiness…” 

Sunday, 2 March 2014


Review – 

“Incardines” (Fantasy/Mythology) by Miss Cheyenne Mitchell –  I adored the way creator has depicted the story. It made enchantment and I adored the story as it continues unfurling the riddles. It's a great story. 

“Red and Gold” (Romance) by Monika Pant –  It's a verifiable yet adore the story that necessities loads of consideration regarding comprehending the subtle elements. This romantic tale is very not quite the same as the chic lits. I preferred it. 

“Harry’s Bluff” (Action/Adventure) by Dr. Roshan Radhakrishnan –  This story gets your consideration from the exceptionally beginning. Turns continues unfurling to left you pondering what might occur next. Portrayal abilities are great. 

“Something Like That” (Humor) by Shankar Raman A –  It is a comical story. The story rotates around office partners and how they endeavor to split jokes on the other.The character outline of the principal hero comes alive when you read the book. 

 “Weekend In The Country” (Horror) by Bruce Memblatt –Plot is truly fascinating. What's more, I cherished the way the story began. It Chills down the spine. Narrating aptitudes are great.  

“A Nootropic Egress” (Sci-Fi) by Karthik L – The portrayal and plot is impeccable however creator couldn't make the enchantment. General great endeavor. The components of Sci-fi were flawlessly communicated. 

“The Secret of Ahiraah” (Historical) by Reshmy Pillai –  story is brimming with unforeseen turns. I adored way creator has dismembered the significance of Ahiraah. This is the first occasion when I read any chronicled story and cherished it. Composing style of creator is truly great. 

“Where Did You Go” (Suspense/thriller) by Deepa Duraisamy – the story left a story message when it closes. Plot is truly intriguing and I adored this story. Great endeavor. 

“Barren Harvest” (Philosophical) by Vinaya Swapnil Bhagat this story was more similar to Hollywood science fiction films. This was a fascinating perused and you can without much of a stretch relate yourself with it. Amazing story. 

“A Good Day To Die” (Occupational) by Rahul Biswas – The creator has done equity with plot and characters. The story is about fellowship and treachery. Completion wasperfect yet capricious. 

Ten Shades Of Life is a treasury that you should get and it stands prescribe by Reading. I am anxiously anticipating perused more from them. I might want to rate it 4 out of 5. Over each of the a decent endeavor by Fablery. All The Best for future attempts.



Few stories are never intended to end... They are recently unceasing. They leave an enduring impact at the forefront of your thoughts. What's more, more than whatever else they motivate you. EX will influence you to think and leave an impact on you without a doubt. The book is a decent "page-turner". He can nail some relentless certainties of adoration and life splendidly with his style of portrayal. Ex – a turned romantic tale is straightforward work of Novoneel Chakraborty which will keep you charm in the book till the last expression of the novel. 

Enticed as I am by numbers on occasion, I rate this novel 4.5/5.  EX ...a twisted love story influences astounding perusing and I to prescribe this book to everybody who is searching for a decent story. I am certain you will appreciate understanding it.

BOOK REVIEW: Emotions Unplugged by Vishal Anand

The first story “ A DAY BEFORE MY DIVORCE” :  The story as the name propose spins around Vikram and Disha are on skirt of getting divorce yet destiny has chosen something else.A sweet sentimental read and decent ending,as it unquestionably adds a pleasant begin to the book. 
The second story “LET’S TURN OLDIES”:  The story is about and old person instructing lesson to youngster.It has pleasant idea to it however I felt the story was too short felt somewhat less of feelings. 

The third story “THEFT”:  As the name propose the story is about a young lady who takes cash, yet there is a bend in end.Though the story is exceptionally pleasant I discovered it an extremely unexpected consummation and couple of things were left hanging. 
The fourth story “GRANNY’S LAST GIFT OF LOVE” :  It's an account of a person who is approached to join his uncle for the treatment of his Granny.It's a wonderful touching story thus far my faviourite.A story totally loaded with feelings. 
The fifth story “THE FIRST LOVE” : The story spins around a person who began to look all starry eyed at in school and modest person who couldn't have the guts to propose the young lady he adores yet destiny has something unique put away for them.It is a delicate charming bubbly romantic tale with a decent closure 
The sixth story “THE IMPOSSIBLE TRUTH”: The story spins around Madhu and his past.The story could make anticipation however I didn't loved its ending.I needed to realize what occurred after reality got delighted. 
The seventh story “A COUNTRY WITH 27 OTHER COUNTRIES” :  The story is about an outsider and his visit to India and what all does he discover here.It has a message in the story. 

The eighth story “AFTER COLLEGE” : It's an anecdote about a young lady who gets hitched and about her obligations and what all progressions she needed to experience after her college.The story is exceptionally decent, pleasant feelings summoned. 
The ninth story “ONE WILD NIGHT” :  The story helps me to remember Hindi Proverb 'Jaise ke saath taisa' .I completely adored it,it's amusing It will influence you to snicker .  .
The tenth story “AND GOD SAID YES!”: It's an anecdote about couple who is expecting their first tyke and the young ladies mother being casteist.I adored the story yet i was disillusioned as my book had half page print missing. 

The eleventh story “THE VEILED GIRL”:The story spins around a person who is infatuated with a young lady whose eyes can just been seen.It's a sweet sentimental story I adored the mystery and the closure. 

The twelfth story “THE GROOM”: The story spins around a young lady who has quite recently given her last year graduation exam and her family needs to wed her off abandoning her ambitions.The story demonstrates the old Indian mentality.Overall a decent read. 
The thirteenth story “THE MISUNDERSTANDING”: Its an account of two companion where one wishes birthday to other and the reacts inconsiderately and afterward comes sepration.It is a story to think, and has message that at whatever point you get into battle with your companions leave your go aside and get out the misconception. 
The fourteenth story “FLOWERS OF HOPE”: The story is about a young lady who goes over a child and what she needs to go through.Its a heart touching story. 

The fifteenth story “KARMA RETURNS”:  Its an account of a rich spoilt whelp who wind up doing an awful deed and after that Karma returns.Its a decent tension story.A pleasant read however. 

this is the first book of author, Vishal has possessed the capacity to advance every one of the feelings required in this book.I have adored the first , fourth , fifth ,ninth and 14th.The best piece of the book is he has gathered some wonderful musings of various individuals, which are well-suited for each story. My most loved lines 
“Sometimes I drop my spoon” said the little boy.
“I do that too,” said the old man.
The little boy whispered, “I wet my pants”.
“I do that too,” laughed the little old man.
“I often cry” said the little boy.
The old man nodded. “So do I”
“But the worst of all” said the boy.
“It seems grownups don’t pay attention to me.”
And he felt the warmth of a wrinkled old hand.
“I know what you mean,” said the little old man.
The Downpart of the book was the stories in the first-half had a bigger number of feelings than in other.Then the tenth story had a half page absent and two little short story separated from that a decent read.
Ratings: 3/5