Book Reviews

Book Review – Norwegian Heights

Tweet Like always magical realism has been his forte, Murakami this time has shifted his focus to a simple coming-of-age bildungsroman story….

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Book Review – The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

Tweet The Da Vinci Code written by the famous American author Dan brown was published in the year 2003. The…

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Book Review – Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Tweet power The novel set in the northern part of England which perfectly blends love, hatred, wealth, power, deceit and sincerity. Jane…

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Book Review – Kafka on The Shore by Haruki Murakami

Tweet Kafka on the Shore, published in 2002, which is the successor of Wind up bird Chronicle from the same…

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Book Review – Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

Tweet Things Fall Apart in a Nigerian villager’s bid when he’s in loggerheads with European colonizers at the backdrop of…

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Book Review – Murderer on The Orient Express by Agatha Christie

Tweet I happened to read Murderer on the Orient Express during my degree years and fell head over heels in…

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Book Review – Wuthering Height by Emily Bronte

Tweet Wuthering Heights, the well thought of novel in the academic English Literature syllabus, is way more than just a…

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Book Review – The Castle By Franz Kafka

Tweet The Castle is Kafka’s most pleasant and emotional novel. The novel is combined with Metamorphoses. There is a strong…

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Book Review – The Notebook

Tweet When Love takes its call on young hearts, it strikes with intimacy and passion. The lead characters of this…

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Book Review – Pride and Prejudice

Tweet When pride, prejudice, stigma and behavior make a salad, the result is a well plotted novel. Pride is associated…

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