Seven Brief Lessons on Physics by Carlo Rovelli – Book Review

I’ve not read a book on Physics since school but I do recognise how Physics is at the essence of our existence. I was keen to start with something that was simple and accessible and this book did not disappoint. I do intend to read more foundational books on Physics to better understand the principles […]

Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone by JK Rowling – Book Review

I read Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone right now, in 2019. After many, many years of constant persuasion by family and friends, I finally picked it up. And I found it to be just incredible despite of being aware of all the hype around it and having watched some bits of it from the […]

Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman – Book Review

Call Me By Your Name was a book I unexpectedly took to. It came highly recommended by Megha, a dear friend, and people who’ve watched the movie have sung such high praise, including, Sharanya who’s been after my life to watch it. So, as it must be, I read the book first. Call Me By […]

Normal People by Sally Rooney – Book Review

“If people appeared to behave pointlessly in grief, it was only because human life was pointless, and this was the truth that grief revealed.” Sally Rooney’s Normal People is exhausting and brilliant. To see these two people, Marianne and Connell, struggle to circumvent their fate and keep looking at the other for life support, almost, […]

Bad Blood by John Carreyrou – Book Review

“Those who the gods would destroy, they first make mad.” Bad Blood makes you pause and reflect on the nature of ambition. Is wanting to do good a true, selfless motivation or a function of the ego and a twisted kind of narcissism?  Elizabeth Holmes’ relentless pursuit to change the world with Theranos, inspired by […]