Violence is something which we all hate but it is there and people resort to it due to various reasons and premonitions. Every one wants to preserve and maintain ones identity but it does not mean that one should go for violence in order to blindly justify ones existence.
Do you want to know how to keep track of the number of books you have read or the number of pages you have read on Goodreads. This article will help you do that.
An excellent book for its sweeping coverage of literary, cultural, political, technological, and social responses to the birth of the atomic bomb, incorporating a nuanced perspective of how the American response to the bomb based itself on psychological fears and hopes
The Lunar Chronicles has been a wild ride and I daresay an unexpected fantastical sci-fi masterpiece so far. Now we are at the final book. Does it all lead up to a masterfully done epic conclusion? Or does it trip at the finish line? Read this review and find out.
It is so important to teach young children about the diversity in our country. Our country is definitely a garden of people who live together. We Are a Garden is stunningly illustrated with a history of how our country came to be so diverse. Now more than ever, our children need this history.
Petersburg, Virginia native launches first children's book to encourage her three young daughters and to answer questions about their complexion.
Milo must reconnect with something that is missing from his life and it turns out to be his family. This theme is perfect for the times that we are emerging from now after the pandemic. Great choice for introducing this topic to young children when you are reconnecting with your family this summer
Looking for books to read, but don't know where to start from. Look no further, here are your Top 10 Book recommendations for 2021. This list consists of books that portray the writer's personal experiences and books that contain incidents and knowledge of some of the most successful people.
Sometimes we have dreams but are not ready to bring them to success. The universe has a funny way of bringing you through events that later reconnect you with your dreams.
Rachelle Bergstein brings readers along on a unique and delightful romp through the history of shoes, the women who wear them, and the profound impact they have on our lives.
Whether one labels it Science-Fiction, Fantasy, or Other, "The Left Hand of Darkness," by Ursula K. LeGuin, took a hyperspace leap in its time, portending a world where gender distinctions become irrelevant. Did LeGuin possess a crystal ball, or was the novel a self-fulfilling prophecy?
The Lunar Chronicles has been a great scifi fantastical book series so far. The imagination is wonderful. But now three books into the series, does it hold up or even raise the bar on great story telling so far? Read this review and find out.
In this article, I am thrilled to share the top New York Times bestselling mystery thriller books I’ve read that you absolutely shouldn’t miss.
A brilliant political economic history of Nazi Germany and the structure and performance of the German WW2 economy which dispels old myths and creates a compelling new narrative of Nazism's logic.
A Walk to Remember is a romantic novel by Nicholas Sparks. The plot of the novel moves around a college going boy Landan Carter and Jamie Sullivan who are extremes of each other and are totally different in nature. Both of them after gradual meetings start liking one another.
In the decadent streets of the pearl of the East, Saigon, Mévil, Torral, and Fierce discuss the nature of Saigon's civilized life.
Any art is known for its subjectivity. Two people will look observe, listen to, or read the same piece and get a different perspective from it. Even if only a minor one. So it was with how I saw some of Tolkien's characters in his stories. Hope you find it interesting.
But, strangely, there appeared to be a hiatus on investigation. There didn’t seem to be a command and control in place at the scene of the crime; no czar empowered and placed in charge of getting straight to the heart of the matter and deep into the examination of the known facts. In fact, the....
Multicultural stories are important to broaden children's reading. The Water Lady is a beautiful story from the Navajo Nation that tells of how a special Navajo woman serves her community with their need for water. Water is scarce in the Navajo living area and water tanks must be filled everyday.
This is the beginner's guide that will walk you through the process of getting into reading. You will know why you should start reading and how you could enjoy it and make it a habit. You will also get book suggestions that will make it easier to begin reading books and novels.
This is the second part where I share a few more romance novels worth reading.
It's going to be an explosive 4th of July on the East Coast
"El Paso," by "Forrest Gump" author Winston Groom, aims for the epic, but strikes the mundane instead. The novel stands out as a noteworthy endeavor only for its fascinating fictional speculation about author Ambrose Bierce, who disappeared below the border during the Mexican Revolution.
A book review of 4 novels.
The individuals who are the 'Sherlock Holmes' of their family, those of you who awaken to break questions and riddles, resolve debates and get captivated by the baffling scene and love to live in anticipation should give these best secret books a read!
Cinder, first book in the Lunar Chronicles was quite a wonderful surprise. It was a fantastical scifi tale that was incredibly fun. Now its time for the sequel. Does it live up to the high bar of the first book? Read this review and find out.
An excellent book for giving a wide-ranging view of French tanks in the First World War, excellently showing their changes over time, technical features, training, military role, and providing an unparalleled holistic history.
Review of the Book Seven Ancient Wonders by Matthew Reilly
In which the three characters, Mévil, Torral, and Fierce, first meet, and have a dinner conversation about the vice and decadence of Saigon.
A YA novel that sells itself as scifi Cinderella. Its not quite something that sounds too appealing to most. But this story is way more than that, selling itself short of what it really is. Its some of the most inventive scifi in a long time. Read this review and find out why its worth your time.
Les Civilisés by Claud Farrère is an unjustly forgotten novel, which never received an English translation. This is chapter 2 of my own attempt at making one, a century after its original writing.
The 1969 Edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica opens to us the entire universe of knowledge without which it is difficult and, and many ways impossible to form opinions, make decisions, and gain a vital role in the world. Britannica is often called the product and the possession of the world.
Libraries have not lost the glory in an era of digitization and technological revolution. Read this article on what are the important factors prevailing in today's world that lead one to visit a Library and thus gain immense knowledge, seek information, and be satisfied.
Europe is unique as a continent representing an idea, that of the distinctiveness and uniqueness of European civilization, which is the subject of the wide ranging and generally intriguing book The Idea of Europe: From Antiquity to the European Union