I picked up this book as part of the South-Asian Reading Challenge, and I was NOT disappointed. To be honest, I wasn't sure if I'd be able to read it in January but after Kafka On The Shore I needed something light and this was perfect.
Title: Rewind And PlayAuthor: Tarun GautamGenre: ContemporaryCategory: Young Adult+Series info: Single bookGoodreads Synopsis: Raghav Diwan is living the American Dream. A successful career, a comfortable and happy married life. One day, he receives an invitation to an evening get-together with his college batchmates. He has not kept in touch with any of them and has… Continue reading Rewind and Play || Indian college adventures
I read a review on this book by a blogger I follow and I was instantly caught. A love story born out of the freedom-less Indian way of things? Yes please!
We've got Saphira Varma, successful in her field and happy with her life. Her parents start looking for guys to marry her off to because it's been long enough and she's still single. Saphira doesn't want to but plays along for her parents' sake. Classic Indian story[...]
Title: The Star-Touched Queen Author: Roshani Chokshi Genre: YA fantasy Synopsis: Fate and fortune. Power and passion. What does it take to be the queen of a kingdom when you’re only seventeen? Maya is cursed. With a horoscope that promises a marriage of death and destruction, she has earned only the scorn and fear of… Continue reading The Star-Touched Queen || lots of myth creatures and Indian things
Watch Kenny Sebastian videos on YouTube, seriously. It didn't occur to me to post something like this before but now it did, so if you want to laugh, watch it. This video is about schooling. Coincidentally, he talks about the very group of schools that I am part of. It's short, but it's funny. There are… Continue reading Want to get a funny insight into Indians’ lives?