Category: Book Reviews

Book Review: Man and the Society in Camus’ Masterpiece 5 (2)

William Boyd said, ‘The Outsider’ by Albert Camus is one of those books that marks a reader’s life indelibly. This book was originally published in French as L’Etranger and later translated into an English paperback version by Joseph Laredo. Despite being a classic from the 1940s, Camus has dealt with some strong and important themes […]

Book Review: The Kite Runner 4.8 (8)

The book, “The Kite Runner” has been written by Khalid Hosseini, who is an Afghan American. The story is set in Afghanistan in 1975, against the backdrop of a heartbreaking series of events including the Soviet Military intervention and the fall of Afghanistan’s Monarchy. It majorly revolves around the life events of a boy named […]

Book Review: Paper Towns 4.7 (13)

“Margo always loved mysteries. And in everything that came afterward, I could never stop thinking that maybe she loved mysteries so much that she became one.” You guessed it right, Paper Towns is a novel loaded with mysteries. This is the story of the protagonist Quentin “Q” Jacobsen and a girl named Margo Roth Spiegelman. […]

Book Review: Master of the Game 4.8 (8)

Sidney Sheldon has beautifully portrayed a cunning, manipulative but not evil self-dependent woman going through lengths to save her company. In the book, the consequence of not letting someone choose their career has been beautifully reflected. Apart from that, there are lots of twists and suspense throughout the story.  Tony Black, the true heir of […]