Gauri by Sathya Sam – Book Review

The book Gauri by Sathya Sam is an emotional ride that comprises of different life events from the life of Shiva where Gauri acts as a catalyst to his life and another girl Shalini is also a huge part that shapes the overall destiny of Shiva. Shiva and Gauri falls for each other and against … Continue reading Gauri by Sathya Sam – Book Review

Anxious People by Fredrik Backman – Book Review

The best thing about this book 'Anxious People' is that it invests in emotions with a pinch of humor but never leaves the art of storytelling as well. I have read the previous book of the author 'A Man Called Ove' and it still is one of the best book I have read but I … Continue reading Anxious People by Fredrik Backman – Book Review

#SandeepSpeaks – Episode 1

The world is changing and so are the mediums to connect with the readers. Today, I was invited as a speaker alongside with Ketan Bhagat and Indranil Mukherjee to discuss about adaptation of literature to cinema in the Phoenix Literature Festival that was organized online. So it was quite a strange experience to sit in … Continue reading #SandeepSpeaks – Episode 1

The Speaking Stone – Book Review

I still can’t forget my experience of reading Paradise lost and found. The simplicity of the book and the way it held the reader’s attention was something that is rare. Ratnadip Acharya’s new book, The Speaking Stone is yet another masterpiece but is very different from his previous book. The Speaking stone is a kind … Continue reading The Speaking Stone – Book Review

Detroit: Become Human – Game Review

My journey with video games actually began with Max Payne’s first edition that came out in 2001. Since then, I became a fan of this whole experience. The pleasure that I feel while playing games is all within the storyline. If the story is good, I’ll surely love the game but if the story is … Continue reading Detroit: Become Human – Game Review

Take my heart, forever… by Arpit Agrawal – Book Review

This one is a brilliant book when it comes to small elements that many authors generally miss out while writing a book on romance. This book deals with showing rather than just telling and that's the USP of the book. All the characters are very well portrayed and the characterization is so strong that it … Continue reading Take my heart, forever… by Arpit Agrawal – Book Review

An Indian Loser by Uzma Hameed – Book Review

India’s education system and the pressure associated with it have given many authors a topic to write upon. There are so many books available on this topic but seldom comes a story that is so beautifully penned that it can hold you for several hours and entertain you till the very end. The story revolves … Continue reading An Indian Loser by Uzma Hameed – Book Review

Liar by K.L. Slater

Liar by K.L. Slater will surely slaughter you with the twist that comes at the climax of the book and that’s the whole and soul of the book. From the very start of the book, the author promises to deliver something un-expectable and just to know that climax, you got through the whole process and … Continue reading Liar by K.L. Slater