Category Archives: Reviews

Guest Review: Will Grayson, Will Grayson

This book, co-authored by John Green and David Levithan, is a different read. The first book starring gay characters to ever feature the prestigious New York Times Bestselling List at No 3, it deserves immense credit to normalise a topic … Continue reading

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Guest Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane

I really don’t know what to say about this book. Let me start with the fact that it is the most intense and amazing book I have ever read. Revolving around the story of our narrator’s childhood, the story begins … Continue reading

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Guest Review: Flat-Track Bullies

Flat-Track Bullies is a book 10-12 year-old boys will enjoy thoroughly. The book is vaguely familiar. It’s not written in elitist English, but its student-friendly language with a touch of Rajnikanth’s all-too-famous dialogues makes the book your own. The protagonist’s … Continue reading

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Guest Review: The Susu Pals

The Susu Pals is the overused story of two girls, Rhea and Dia who are “We’ll marry the same prince” friends. Though it is a heartwarming story of how friendships are formed and maintained, it is also a portrayal of … Continue reading

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Guest Review: The Little Prince

My journey with the little prince started on 29th April 2013 when my mom gave this book to me. At first, I thought that the book is very boring but when I reached the third and fourth chapters I thought … Continue reading

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Guest Review: Junior Kumbhakarna

Kumbhakarna, courtesy his eating and sleeping habits, is quite a household name and doesn’t need any introduction. But this story is about Kukku whose favourite bedtime story is that of the slumbering giant. It is also a story of how real … Continue reading

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