Wednesday, 23 January 2019

Book Review- When You're Gone by Amit Sharma

Book Details-
Book Name- When You're Gone
Author- Amit Sharma
Genre- Fiction
Edition- Kindle

Blurb- Amman is a travel writer on an assignment in Shimla. A happy-go-lucky guy that he is, Amman stumbles upon a girl named Ayesha who captures his heart and changes everything that he has ever known. Their attraction for each other turns into love that cannot be described in a few words, and both end up falling in love at the end of a road journey through the beautiful landscapes of Himachal. 
But things change between them when Amman vanishes and Ayesha leaves for Paris disheartened. Years later, their paths cross again, not once but twice. Will she accept the love that she has waited for all her life, or choose to tread her own path?
When You’re Gone is a tale of self discovery, bliss, love and longing in a time where love has become a loaded word.

Review- When You're Gone is brilliant novel by Amit Sharma where author serves us not only a romantic fiction but also a kind of story which makes readers feel the characters.

Book Title and Cover- Book Title is suitable with content as it is a romantic fiction. Book cover is beautiful yet sad and catches attention of readers. Blurb is interesting and hints us about the content. Overall First Impression of book is good and catches attention of the readers.

Language and Narration- Language of this book is simple and easily understandable. Narration is decent and easy going. 
All the characters in the book are defined amazingly. I loved how beautifully characters were growing simultaneously with the story.

Storyline and Plot- Talking about Storyline and Plot i must say that this book is unputdownable. All the scenes are described with utmost care that makes this story even more realistic. Story flows smoothly with enough pace to hold attention of the readers. Plot is strong with twists and turns and totally unexpected climax.

Author has amazing skill to describe all sort of emotions in few words. Also this story not only entertain you but also teaches few important life lesson.

Book Title and Cover- 4/5 
Language and Narration- 4/5
Characterization- 3.5/5 
Storyline and Plot- 3/5

Final Rating- 3.5/5

Tuesday, 25 December 2018

Book Review- A Woman Unparalleled by Preet Sandhu

Book Title-
Book Name- A Woman Unparalleled
Author- Preet Sandhu
Genre- Self Helf/ Motivational
Publication- Invincible Publishers

Blurb- As a businesswoman, I have gone through several phases and have done much learning and unlearning to reach where I am today. As per my understanding, writing involves a deep understanding of life experiences and teachings. In this book, I have penned down all my experiences to light up the way for others in their journey. 
This book will contain everything starting from motivation, to information to experiences. This book will issue some of the major problems that we face today not only in our professional lives but also in our personal lives. While reading this book, readers will learn three paths of life, i.e. the paths of Identification, Realization & Implication.

Review- Reading this book on the eve of Christmas made this book even more special. This book is life journey of Preet and how beautifully she drew instances from her life and projected in the form of this book.

This book isn't the kind of self help book which we all are used to read but this one's quiet different in a positive way. Author talks about ups and downs, the struggles and how to solve them while conquering over our fears.

Language used by author is simple and book reads smoothly. This one's a small read so you can finish it off within 3 hours.

I'll suggest this book to people who want to read something positive and inspiring.

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Book Review- Sniper's Eye by Mainak Dhar

Book Title-
Book Name- Sniper's Eye
Author- Mainak Dhar
Genre- Fiction
Format- Kindle Edition
Pages- 288 pages

Blurb- I was out on a date. Everything was perfect… Till that shot… a high-calibre one, no apparent sound. And, the man in front of me fell. A rifle with a suppressor? A sniper in the middle of a Mumbai mall? As the body count mounted, I was soon sucked deeper into the chaos unleashed by that shot. To survive and save those whom I care about, I have to become the man I left behind. I have no choice but to tap into a bloody past that has put me on the terror kill list. I may also have no option but to join hands with the sniper terrorising Mumbai. The problem is that the man has sworn to kill me. In a world where the young and poor kill and die in conflicts started by the old and rich, I and my unlikely companion finally discover the thin line that separates a mere killer from a hero. This is our story…

Review- Sniper's Eye by Mainak Dhar is Thriller Fiction novel and honestly I loved every page of it.

Book is surely interesting and well written and serves us an engaging storyline and well planned plot.

Book Title and Cover- Book Title is interesting and creates curiosity about it. Cover is alluring and appropriate. Blurb is interesting and attracts readers to pick up the book. Overall First Impression of this book demands attention of readers.

Language and Narration- Language used by Mr. Dhar is simple yet attractive. Narrating style is commendable and author ends each chapter at such point that readers are forced to turn page after page.

Characterization- Mr. Dhar skillfully writes about his characters and readers can feel the emotion of characters and story through his words. Each character is justified properly.

Storyline and Plot- Plot is unique with detailed description of each and every situation which glue readers with the story. As said earlier, story is slow paced until first half which can turn off readers. After second half story picks the pace and readers enjoy every page filled with mystery, suspense and excitement to reveal the truth.

Book Title and Cover- 4/5
Language and Narration- 3.5/5
Characterization- 4/5
Storyline and Plot- 4/5

Final Rating- 4/5

Book Review- The Alpha Yeti by SUM

Book Details-
Book Name- The Alpha Yeti
Author- SUM
Genre- Fiction
Publication- AuthorHouse
Pages- 215 pages

Blurb- Every tribal land has its own tribulations and the Kasis were way beyond any hope or help, for what they were undergoing was terrifyingly unspeakable. It wasnt any myth or taboo. This one was true. The One God was as real as the White Giants. But, all the suffering and trepidation came from the impossibly aggressive Grey Giants. They were a deformity: a fallen imprecation on the Kasis. Somehow, a sensible Bhirendi, the elderly last of the Kasis, addresses the tragedy and rushes his people into the underground chambers of Ravaial before they are forced to face the wrath of the monstrosities that lately have begun to roll down from the White Mountain. With the situation only getting worse by the moment, the tribes hire a pack of ace hunters from the West. But, one of them freaks out and abducts the daughter of an estranged but once-upon-a-time famous hunter to only earn his ire. The hunters are drawn together into a strangely unwelcome land of doom with their fates sealed under the White Mountain. They soon realise that time is all they have left in the entire world when the Grey Giants begin their vicious play. SUM brings to you, The Alpha Yeti!

Review- The Alpha Yeti is the fantasy thriller novel by SUM and is enthralling story.

Book Cover and Title- Book Cover is beautiful. I loved the use of black and red colour to signify Yama. Book title is interestingly confusing in positive way. Overall Book Title and Cover are catchy and demands the attention of reader.

Language- Language is lucid. Font used for chapters is too cursive. Narration of the book is commendable and hooks the reader with the story.

Storyline and Plot- Storyline and plot is beautifully planned. Twists and turns in the book makes it un-put-downable. There were minor loopholes with the storyline but does not affect the suspense and mystery. Characters were justified properly.

Story is fast paced in some and slow paced in some chapters. Typing mistakes should be considered in 2nd edition of the book.


Book Cover and Title- 3/5
Language- 4/5
Storyline and Plot- 3.5/5

Overall rating- 3.5/5

Book Review- Satrangi Syaahi by Surendra Kumar Gupta and Neha Jindal

Book Title-
Book Name- Satrangi Syahi
Author- Surendra Kumar Gupta and Neha Jindal
Genre- Poetry
Publication- Notion Press
Pages- 86

Blurb- As the rainbow deck up the sky with its beautiful mesmerizing colours, in the same way a human heart is an enchanting canvas of colourful emotions. The stark red paints love and passion, blue the gloom, the bubbly pink immerses you in the carefree memories of childhood and white depicts the gravity of mood. Satrangi Syaahi is one such collection of beautiful Hindi poetry that captures vivid emotions of human heart and takes you on a beautiful journey, Life. This collection of poetry is a reflection of emotions of two authors Surendra Kumar Gupta and his daughter, Neha Jindal (author of Phases of Moon). Experience the colours of life through this emotional web of words.

Review- Satrangi Syaahi is a hindi poetry book co-authored by Surendra Gupta and Neha Jindal.

Book Cover is colourful, relaxing, vivid just like the poems and goes well with the title and content. Book Title is appropriate with the content and further compliments the cover.

Content is divided into 5 diffrent parts. These are

1. Vyang- Poems about Politics and society are giving in this section. I loved the satirical take on different aspects of society and politics.
2. Bundelkhand Ke Gaurav- This section talks about Heroes of Bundelkhand
3. Deshprem- This section speaks about Patrioism and Nation.
4. Bhav Bhini- This is my favorite section and it talks about emotions, love and it's phases and it really does touch the pulse of your emotions.
5. Channikaaye- This sections contains short verses.

Altogether, this book is as colourful as it's cover and it hits the chord.

Read this book if you're hindi poetry. It will put smile on your face.

Book Review- Faiths Eternal Sunshine by Aashish Gupta

Book Title-
Book Name- Faiths Eternal Sunshine
Author- Aashish Gupta
Genre- Fiction
Format- Kindle
Pages- 175 pages

Manjiri, a devout atheist, is meeting her friend Manu after 20 years. Their conversation soon turns into an argument over God's existence, and its nature. What seemed to be a harmless debate becomes Manjiri's worst nightmare when she is trapped by Manu in a cell. Are Manu's intentions malign or is this some weird test of faith? Take a seat, buckle your belt, as you set yourself on the world's most claustrophobic, yet enlightening, journey of Manjiri. Be prepared to see life in a radically different way with this bold, edge of the seat thriller.

Review- Faith's Eternal Sunshine by Aashish Gupta is Thriller Fiction novel where author serves dark, intriguing story.

Book Title and Cover- Book Title is interesting and creates curiosity about it. Cover is alluring and appropriate. Blurb is interesting and attracts readers to pick up the book. Overall First Impression of this book demands attention of readers.

Language and Narration- Language used by Mr. Gupta is simple yet attractive. Narrating style is commendable and author made sure I'll turn page after page because of the smooth narration.

Theme- Theme of this book is strictly thriller and dark. Although it also serves us Suspense, and other elements. I liked the way author directly came to the main point without wasting time.

Characterization- Mr. Gupta skillfully writes about his characters and readers can feel the emotions of Manjiri and story through his words. However book felt too short for proper character development.

Storyline and Plot- Plot is unique with detailed description of each and every situation which glue readers with the story. As said earlier, story picks the pace from the first page and readers enjoy every page filled with mystery, suspense and excitement to get onto next twist and finally suitable climax for the twisted ride of a book.

Book Title and Cover- 4/5
Language and Narration- 3/5
Characterization- 4/5
Storyline and Plot- 3.5/5

Final Rating- 3.5/5

Book Review- Walk Out Of Your Head by Haqiqat Ali

Book Title-
Book Name- Walk Out Of Your Head
Author- Haqiqat Ali
Genre- Self Help
Format- Kindle Edition
Pages- 133 pages

Let me tell you a thing!
You can stick to alkaline water.
You can hit the gym six days a week, for years.
You can stick to all the veganism in the world.
You can calculate nutrients intake and take supplements for your body.
But if you don't take care of the chaos going on in your head, you are still unhealthy!
You may be the smartest living animal,< but if you overthink, you will get your mind cluttered.
And if you do not de-clutter it, you will start living in your head, contemplate your thoughts over and over again, and take no decisions, no action!
Don't do that, be the smartest animal...


Review-  Walk Out Of Your Head is a  Self-Help Non-fiction book by Haqiqat Ali. For overthinkers like me, this book will surely help you.

Book Title and Cover- Book Title is appropriate with the content. However, Cover could be made more attractive.

Blurb is crisp and fine.

Language and Writing Style- Language used in the book is lucid and easy to comprehend. Writing style of author is simple and easy to follow.

Content- I loved my time reading this book. Unlike other self help book, this book felt special as author has given real life relatable issues and situations for us to relate with the content.

The book surely helps you. I loved the way how author gave little examples to simplify the lessons. Reading this book was a soothing and nice experience.

Over all, Walk Out Of Your Head is a good self help book which guides us about several things about yourself and motivates you.

I would recommend this book to the readers who enjoy self help books.