The author, Maggie O’Farrell, employs simple, short, yet effective sentences which makes Hamnet an easy and enjoyable read.
Six of Crows Duology Book Review: For someone who is not fond of the fantasy genre, Leigh Bardugo is from another planet.
The Midnight Library Book Review: The only way to learn is to live. The concept employed by Matt Haig is both fantastical and real at the same time.
It’s you who matter, not people’s opinion, says Bhargavi Jonnadula the Tax Consultant from Deloitte, Hyderabad, who is now empowering young adolescents.
Time to normalize imperfections instead of teaching young girls to be ‘perfect’, says Megha Rouniyar. Geneive D’Souza speaks with the beauty from Nepal.
Being a tenth grade student looking forward to a stress-free, relaxing and well-deserved vacation after the Board Exams, this lockdown which has now been extended to the end of April was something that I was not looking forward to.
Five Feet Apart Book Review: Distancing Love! Can love be distanced? Geneive D’Souza reviews the book, which is now a motion picture.
For a Marvel fan who is familiar with the superheroes and has binged on the films, this is a delight and a must-watch. For a person who hasn’t watched any Marvel film, this will be a thriller. They too will find this a great watch and a movie to remember.
Wonder is different. The story is told through different perspectives of each character, hence helping us look at the situation from all the possible angles and from every character’s point of view.
With not a very rich background, and being diagnosed with a growth hormone deficiency early on, Lionel Andrés Messi Cuccittini, the most revered footballer in history, has come a very long way.
Let It Snow explores a young adult’s feelings, right from feeling depressed and angry and then going through the process of achieving that Christmas joy which was lost in them that holiday season.
Everyone has difficult times in their lives; you have to remember that stars can never shine without the darkness around them.