Book Review: Faceless

First of all, the name ‘faceless’ could have been a great name, if it was significant to the story in any way. I’d assume either it was the author’s confusion about picking up a name and he went for faceless, or he wanted to correlate the three facts that Kabir himself was confused about naming his alter ego, kept his face hidden behind a mask, and the author wanted to emphasize on the fact that he uses facebook as a weapon (facebook/faceless, similar words and similar fonts too, ring any bells?).

Book review – Brida

Brida is a young, Irish girl, who seeks spirituality and knowledge through her path of becoming a witch. On her journey she learns many things, meet many people of great wisdom. As the story progresses, however, she finds herself in two boats—finding her soul mate and continuing her path to be a witch.

Book review – The Fault In Our Stars

I would like to award this book with four stars out of five. The topic chosen by the author is a critical topic that can only be dealt with care and compassion. The story is about Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters, both victims of different kinds of cancers. The main story starts off when Hazel Grace finds a blue-eyed boy staring her throughout a Cancer Support group in the literal heart of Jesus.
Secret Life of Fat

Book Review: Secret Life of Fat

Who loves fat? I guess no one. “The Secret Life of Fat”, an enlightening book by Sylvia Tara answers all of our questions related to fat. After reading the book no one is going to look at fat the same way they did before. And, hopefully, the new insight into fat is going to help them a great deal. I highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.

Book review – Prince of Fools

The story takes place in the Broken Empire and focuses on the adventures of Prince Jalan, a self-proclaimed liar, womanizer, coward and cheat, along with his companion Snorri Ver Snaggason. Who says courage is needed to be a hero?

Book Review – How to stop your grownup from making bad decisions (Nina the...

How to stop your grownup from making bad decisions is a small, humorous and light story about Nina. Well, Nina is just eleven, and she is a blogger. The best thing about reading this book was that you’re never going to be bored, and the way it’s presented, you’d never wish to put it down.

Book Review: Scion of Ikshvaku (Ram Chandra Series #1)

There is hardly anyone who isn’t familiar with Ramayana. There have been several TV series directly or indirectly based upon the same epic storyline, and as a book too this isn’t the first effort (of course the Valmiki’s Ramayana and Tulsidas’ Ramcharit manasa were the original ones).

Review: Adultery by Paulo Coelho (Spoiler alert)

Author: Paulo Coehlo Original title: Adultério Language(s): English, Portuguese Genre: Philosophy, Romance, Literature, Spirituality The story is about the Woman named Linda, in her thirties, weighing 150 pounds,...

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