Book review

What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours

What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours- A Book Review

If you have ever watched an episode of Black mirror- except San Junípero whose normalcy after the rest is only strange- you will understand what I mean when…

Why You Should Read “The Thing Around Your Neck”

Don’t have a book for the season? Try out Chimamanda’s The Things Around Your Neck! The concept of book reviews being objective is ridiculous. How do you squeeze…

A Woman is No Man Book Review

If you are about to read A Woman is no Man by Efaf Rum, wait. The novel would send you on a rollercoaster of emotions. Are you ready…

Annihilation

When Books Change Form: “Annihilation” – A Book-Movie Transition You should know about

The Book Fairy brings to you a Novel crafted in the deepest place of the wildest mind – “Annihilation” – let self-destruction rule. Hi there Medivoicers, with you…

REVIEW OF DEEP WORK BY CARL NEWPORT

Deep work implies professional activities performed in a state of total concentration devoid of any form of distraction whatsoever. These efforts improve skills, enhance mastery and create new…

A Review on Little Women

Simple, refreshing, intriguing, and moral, Little Women is a true masterpiece by Alcott for everyone looking to the brighter days ahead.

A Broken People’s Playlist – Chimeka Garricks

…#9: River, centred around cultism and its devastating effects on its victims.

Review: The kite Runner

Name: The Kite Runner Author : Khaled Hosseini Pagination: 372 Publication year: 2003 An engaging narrative on how human flaws mark their bearers and how ultimately, the flawed…

Book Review- Lori Gottlieb’s Maybe You Should Talk To Someone

Everyone is going to find something they can relate with in Lori Gottlieb’s Maybe You Should Talk To Someone. In this beautifully expressive book, we follow the therapist’s…

Book Review: The count of Monte Cristo

Title: The count of Monte cristo Author: Alexandre Dumas (pere) Publication date: 1884 Country: France Pagination: Circa 400 Some books are so good they are still worth looking…