A fun quirky feminist tale of Elizabeth Zott, a passionate scientist navigating the patriarchal America of the 60s.
The Switch traverses the thin line between cute and corny, between engagingly simple and boringly predictable. I can see how it could go either way for a reader. For me, it went the cute way. I liked it despite its very obvious shortcomings.
A path-breaking young adult gay romance that'll warm your heart.
Persuasion has all things typical of an Austen novel; long walks in the countryside, carriage rides and conversations as also balls and dancing. These are the reasons why I keep going back to Austen.
In this retelling of the Ramayan the author takes the characters and situations from the epic and weaves a story entirely out of her own imagination till it is barely a retelling at all.
In this short story collection, the author crafts five short stories with entirely different but equally delightful protagonists grappling with life’s curve balls and coming up winners.
Have you ever wondered when cloud kitchens originated? I hadn’t really thought about it, assuming they took shape sometime in the 21st century as a product of new age issues (People moving out of homes for work, restricted living spaces and women taking on jobs). It was a surprise then to stumble across What Diantha …
Finding Audrey, Sophie Kinsella's first novel for young adults isn't a perfect read but it has its moments.
Have you started reading a classic and given up midway? Do you find them cumbersome and long winded? Well, here’s help.
Sometimes I wish I could flip back the calendar to a time when there was no social media, no bookstagram, no goodreads. I wish I could feel again the anticipation of opening a new unknown book; the excitement of picking one up simply because the title sounded good or the cover was enticing or because …