Books

Book Review: Marriage Material by Sathnam Sanghera

4 years ago Shaili Desai 0
Book Cover In the beginning, I had absolutely no idea what this book was supposed to be about. By the end of it, the purpose wasn’t clear as crystal, but I did have a slight idea as to what the aim of the book was. The plot of Marriage Material by Sathnam Sanghera seems heavily Read More

When I just can’t stop spending money

4 years ago Shaili Desai 0
People say that Mumbai is a crazy place to live in. The traffic and the morning rush will kill you. The city is choking and dying slowly, bit by bit. Not to forget, it’s always smelly. However, my visits to Mumbai have always been refreshing. There are few places left where you can roam around, Read More

Books and a lot more in Kolkata

4 years ago Shaili Desai 1
Lot of things have changed in the last few months…I am coming out of my rut and learning some important truths, especially because of changes on the work front, among other things and not to forget, the presence of some people in my life who have helped me do so. It is time I took Read More

Book Review: The Guardian Angels by Rohit Gore

5 years ago Shaili Desai 2
I finished reading The Guardian Angels by Rohit Gore last month, I do not quite know what I feel about this book, even after one week of having finished it. It’s like I can’t make up my mind about this one. However I shall try to put it all on paper (or cyber space). The Read More

Book Review: Unnatural Creatures by Neil Gaiman

5 years ago Shaili Desai 2
In this book, Neil Gaiman has selected some of his favourite stories featuring monsters and beasts. Most of these beats exist only in myth or folk lore and some, only in our minds. These stories have been selected by best selling author Neil Gaiman, with stories by noted authors in the collection like E Nesbit Read More

Book Review: Asura Tale of the Vanquished by Anand Neelakantan

5 years ago Shaili Desai 0
I miss MICA. Yes, I do. It’s not like it was Utopia (In some ways, though, it probably was, compared to real life). People living together in a campus means that there are bound to be the usual jealousies, back stabbings and the constant need to hide your insecurities by pretending to be someone you Read More

Book Nook #2: 3L Library in Defence Colony Market, New Delhi

5 years ago Shaili Desai 3
It’s been a pitiful state of affairs these past few weeks. I have been sad and discontented because of things not really going well on any front, especially work. I am still discontented but I am learning to take it better. I guess the pressure will always remain as long as this sales stint lasts. Read More

Book Review: The Kill List by Frederick Forsyth

6 years ago Shaili Desai 1
The Kill List by Frederick Forsyth has been a much awaited book, especially for fans of the thriller genre. The only other book by Forsyth that I have read is The Fist Of God and I found it to be quite interesting. Reading it was like stepping into another world altogether, a covert world which is Read More