After a long wait, I finally got my hands on that book which a short while ago Azhee published. I wanted to read it as soon as possible but work and different cities had me waiting all this time. Reading it wasn’t hard, I finished the whole thing in one sitting which was nice since […]Read More Book Review: All The Love is Still There
Throughout my life, I haven’t been a very positive person. I went through a lot of hard times and I have had many lemons from life, not even good ones. all of these affected me in ways only I could imagine and most of the times they had me on my bed, feeling worthless, negative, […]Read More Changing My Life, A Long But Exciting Process
When the DCEU started with Man of Steel, most of us had very high hopes for the extended universe but with years going by and movies released after movie, the hype became a thing of a past long forgotten and the image of Zack Snyder created for DCEU was very dull, gloomy and basically boring! […]Read More Movie Review: Shazam!
The Japanese mythology is majorly based and affected by the religion of Shinto, the traditional religion of Japan. Shinto works on creating a connection between the present day of Japan with the ancient past of that old empire. And goes to the point of saying that every emperor of Japan is a descendant of Amaterasu, […]Read More An Introduction to Japanese Mythology – Part 1
Against All Odds is a 2017 novel by Danielle Steel, American writer who started her writing career back in the 70s and have been publishing books ever since. Her writing style is very simple and requires very little effort by the reader to visualize what they are reading. she doesn’t go into very little details […]Read More Against All Odds and why you don’t need to read it?
Anyone who is familiar with Gothic literature, knows that Edgar Allan Poe is one of the leaders in Gothic American poetry and story-telling, with masterpieces such as The Black Cat and The Raven, he always showed a dark-themed story. he also went quite brilliant on symbolism in his writings. The Raven is almost always considered […]Read More Analyzing The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe
A Man Called Ove is a Swedish novel by Fredrik Backman (originally titled: En man som heter Ove) published in 2012, translated into English by Henning Koch in 2013. The novel is set in Sweden and goes around an old grumpy man who is quite sick of everything, he lost interest in everything or to […]Read More Book Review: A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman