Hey readers! I took some time off reading but I’ve started again. My most recent read was Mind Master by Viswanathan Anand. Viswanathan Anand, or more commonly called “Vishy”, is an Indian chess grandmaster and former world chess champion and is also known as the Bobby Fischer of India. I had stated in my earlier… Continue reading Mind Master Review
Hey readers! May was a very productive month for me. I gave my AP exams and reread the books that I needed for my AP English Literature exam. For the first time in my life, I analysed books properly by memorising all the major plot points, quotes, character traits etc. It was very fun to… Continue reading May Wrap-Up Post
Hey readers! I had planned on reading Frankenstein by Mark Shelley for my AP English Literature exam but I just didn’t have the time to prepare for this book and I prioritised other options. Nevertheless, I read it after the exam and I wouldn’t say that it was worth it. I think it’s for the… Continue reading Frankenstein Review
Hey readers! I read another classic this week and it was The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. I don’t why but it took me a lot of time to read this book even though it isn’t such a long read. I think it was harder for me to build my interest at the beginning but… Continue reading Thr Scarlet Letter Review
Hey readers! I explored another facet of literature this weekend that I had never done before: stage plays. I have read a few Shakespeare plays in school before but I don’t even remotely remember them now. There are several layers to a work of literature and I always felt that a play was incapable of… Continue reading Death Of A Salesman Review
Hey readers! March was a good reading month for me. Free from the pressure of school exams, I was finally able to read. March went by pretty fast as I was mostly studying throughout the month. I explored some well known classics this month and it was a great experience. Life Updates: I took my… Continue reading March 2021 Wrap-up: Life Updates & Books
Hey readers! I thought I’ll end the month of March with one of my most anticipated classics: Pride And Prejudice by Jane Austen. I’ve always wanted to read Jane Austen but I don’t really know why I kept procrastinating it. I think it has something to do with the ambivalent thoughts I have before reading… Continue reading Pride And Prejudice Review
Hey readers! I just read the second book that is part of my AP curriculum and it is none other than The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. I’m so delighted that I took up this course as most of the books that I’ll have to read have been on my TBR for quite long and… Continue reading The Kite Runner Review
Hey readers! I have some good news. As a part of my AP English Literature Curriculum, I’ll have to read a number of literary classics till May. I know I can procrastinate a lot sometimes and be irregular with my blog posts but this will bring me the added motivation I needed so that I… Continue reading The Great Gatsby Review
Hey readers! I read this book way back in the December of last year or something but I couldn’t review it at the time. Nevertheless, I have it here now. Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. Delia Owens is a zoologist and Where The Crawdads Sing is her debut and only novel. She is… Continue reading Where The Crawdads Sing Review
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