A girl is a wordsmith. I am an oddball writer, compulsive reader, books, music & movie-loving ambivert human. I'm a self-proclaimed neat freak who enjoys organizing and travelling. An ardent foodie, I have a particular affinity for chocolates and chai.

Book Review: Five Little Pigs by Agatha Christie

Five Little Pigs highlights Poirot’s knack for attention to detail and his thorough understanding of human psychology. The book is unique from other Hercule Poirot novels because there is no crime scene or murder weapon, and the accused is dead.

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Book Review: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Alex Michaelides brilliantly fuses his knowledge of Greek history into the story. The Greek tragedian Euripides’s Play Alcestis is a critical aspect of the novel. The author introduces a new character, and you learn certain things about them, but in later chapters, those things turn out to be either false or rather shown from a different perspective. This was interesting for me since it always kept me guessing.

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Book Review: A Book of Simple Living by Ruskin Bond

A book of simple living is a simple book with simple flowing language. It talks about a lot of things, yet nothing in particular. Ruskin Bond makes you look at things from the perspective of nature. His humble and gentle words soothe you like butter applied over a burn

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Book Review: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

Synopsis: The narrator of the novel ‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’ is Eleanor Oliphant, a 29-year-old financial clerk, who in the beginning seems very peculiar and rude. She is witty

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Book Review: Normal People by Sally Rooney

Synopsis In the book Normal People by Sally Rooney, Connell and Marianne are two teenagers of different social standings. While Connell is handsome, popular, and school athlete, Marianne is smart,

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COVID-19 Pandemic: An Attempt to Understand the Plight of Migrant Workers

Yesterday I had a late lunch. Extremely late lunch! Lately, cleaning mania has taken over me and yesterday I went on a cleaning spree, and by the time I was

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The Lady On The Bike: Archana Timmaraju Is Paving The Path For Hearing-Impaired People In India

Bikes. The image that pops up in your head when you think of bikes is young guys, riding, with probably some cool stunts, and swag. Motorbikes are considered a man’s

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Book Review: The Girl on the Train By Paula Hawkins

Synopsis: Rachel takes the same train every day. Aboard, her routine includes staring out of the window, and every day when the train stops at a particular signal, she looks

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Book Review: Animal Farm By George Orwell

This George Orwell’s classic book is set around the fictional Manor farm in England. However, the Novella is a reflection of the Russian revolution of 1917 and the Stalin era.

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Unravelling the world through travelling: David Hoffmann is leaving his mark on the world by taking the road less travelled

We live in the era of travel. The industrial revolution has closed the gaps in travelling by making transportation easier and more affordable. The internet has also brought the world

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