A small town story that captivated me and had me reeling- a must-read novel. A small town sheriff, a missing man (presumably dead), and an old, dirty secret. It can’t get any better than this. Set in the fictional town of Fallen Mountains, Pennsylvania, where nothing of consequence ever happens, Red, the sheriff looks forward … Continue reading Fallen Mountains- book review
Giving gifts is hard enough, but giving the perfect gift is a lot harder. Especially when that someone is always engrossed in books and obsessed with a million fandoms. Giving a book lover more books is of course, a safe gift, but not necessarily one that will wow them. As a book addict who cant … Continue reading 10 AFFORDABLE GIFTING IDEAS FOR BOOK LOVERS AND GEEKS (part 1)
REVIEWED BY LAHARI "I was supposed to be having the time of my life", reads the back cover of the 50th anniversary edition of Sylvia Plath's timeless classic and only novel, The Bell Jar. The novel, a semi autobiography, is based on a period of Plath's disturbingly short life which was predominated by severe depressive … Continue reading The Bell Jar- Book Review
Every person goes through four stages in life- the innocent, easy childhood; the rebellious, moody teenage years; the always-tired, just-trying-to-earn-some-money adulthood; and the retired, grumpy old age. Though I am only seventeen, I seemed to have skipped the teenage part but fastforwarded into mature adulthood. When my friends sit by and watch cheesy sitcoms or … Continue reading Introverted
Arthur Miller is ones of the leading American playwrights of the twentieth century. He was the son of a women's clothing store owner in New York city. His father lost his business in the depression and the family was forced to move to a smaller home in Brooklyn. Living through young adulthood during the Great … Continue reading Death of a Salesman- Willy is delusional and perpetuates a cycle of delusion in his family.