My thoughts on Halfway to Asphodel By Vishavraj Chauhan

When I was approached to review this book, the one thing that I was intrigued by was the title of the book. As I progressed in reading it, I was impressed by the reason behind the name of the book.

The book is, as I understand, a collection of what the author understands to be his best works from his blog by the same name. The book is divided into 5 sections covering aspects of Contemplative Philosophies, Romance, Personal, Silence, and Poetry.

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My Thoughts on Aqson Level 1 by Sreejib

Aqson is one of those books that I both wanted to read because it spoke about a war between God and Lucifer and not wanted to read because it was set in Indian politics. But my mind convinced me to give it a shot. And I am glad that I did.

The book is a fantasy-fiction plotted against the backdrop of games of power being played between God and the Devil. The game begins in Athens in the year 1998 and carries us straight to 2018. The two teams—Team God and Team Devil—have decided to play for 30 years and win the seat of the Prime Minister of India.

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“You’ll pick yourself up wherever you find yourself to be.”—My Thoughts on Hell! No Saints in Paradise by A.K. Asif

Set in the year 2050, Hell! No Saints in Paradise is the story of Ismael who, as a result of what appear to be, highly absurd series of events is sent on a journey of spiritual discovery in modern-day Pakistan.

For a book that was my first in the urban literature genre, Hell! No Saints in Paradise did not disappoint me.


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2017 Reading Year in Review | Episode 5 | Books that were Random.

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Now that you’ve seen my last video for 2017 Reading Year in Review, its time to talk books. The books in this category are books that I picked up randomly–on a friend’s recommendation, following an intuition, or simply because of their name–but I have enjoyed them thoroughly. And I wouldn’t mind recommending these books to readers out there! Continue reading “2017 Reading Year in Review | Episode 5 | Books that were Random.”

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