Characters I’d Like to Meet: Crowley and Aziraphale

Crowley is sneaky. Crowley is wily. Crowley is fantastic. Crowley knows how to get under your skin and stay there. Sly Crowley. Crowley all of this and so much more. And for Crowley’s evil genius there is Aziraphale. I encountered Crowley and Aziraphale in Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. There they were,... Continue Reading →


My Experience with Books by Indian Authors

As a former literature student, I have a tendency to analyse books, especially by authors from countries where the native language is not English, like India (where I am from). And this analysis generally reveals concepts and themes that hang too heavily on my mind. Simply because when I pick up a book, I just... Continue Reading →

Veronica Roth’s Divergent Series

Last year I was unreasonably thrilled when I heard about the Divergent series that was doing the rounds. I’m usually quite excited about young adult novels, and felt the same way towards this book series. What added to my secret joy was the fact that this was about a dystopian, post-apocalyptic universe – a theme... Continue Reading →

My Weekly Wishlist – March 2/3

The next book on my Wishlist for this month is Neil Gaiman and Lorenzo Matootti’s Hansel and Gretel. I came across this book during the initial days of my research into books by Neil Gaiman. When I saw this online, all that I knew was that it was an illustrated book with storytelling by Gaiman.... Continue Reading →

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