Review: Loveswept



Loveswept by Prasupta Roy
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Book Description :
Anushka, the only daughter of her parents, is a librarian of an esteemed institute but she has a dream of becoming an author. 

Kaushik, the younger of two brothers, is a lecturer of a College in Siliguri. They meet, fall in love and wish to marry. They think and believe that one completes the other. But, things go awry and separates the two love birds. 

Though apart, they keep their love enflamed in their hearts. The pangs of separation tears apart their hearts but they stay firm to the sacrifices made. While, Anushka becomes an acclaimed novelist and Kaushik, principal of a college. But, they both have one wish- to see each other again. 


And they do. But fate had other plans in store for them. 

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It took me just over 3 hours to finish this book. I'd be honest with you, the book is quite good in the length department but maybe my reading speed was at its best. The language was simple to the most part and flow was lucid. I felt the narration could've been much better. With that I mean, the story telling portion felt a bit weird. Nothing negative, just different, maybe not suiting to my style or going around the stories. I wish the font size was a bit larger.

The cover is very simple and something I'd pass as okayish. The story actually gave me a lot of bollywood vibes. If you are into stories where there's pain to reach the love or a ton of pain between love then you should check this out. It was quite predictable, yet I wished there could've been some major twists, or revelations of some sorts...The love at first sight scene here was felt a bit abrupt and weird to me, might not be for you. The story has mature descriptions to some extent, something to keep in mind if you are looking or not looking for that in your romantic reads.

Overall, I enjoyed the read. I'd happily recommend this to someone who wants to try romance for some change and loves the bollywood styled stories more. I wish there were more character descriptions as you tend to misunderstand the characters until a few chapters deep inside. It was a good enjoyable read. It can be a hit or miss for you depending upon your taste in romances.


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Review: The Heist Artist



The Heist Artist by Vish Dhamija
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Book Description :
Vagh Pratap Singh aka the Captain is a conman extraordinaire. From transporting illegal merchandise and stealing cars to breaking safes, he's done it all. But now, in his fortieth year, he's ready to retire. So when Udham Kumar, a crooked politician from Uttar Pradesh, commissions the Captain to track down and steal Poppy Flowers, a Vincent van Gogh's painting that has been smuggled into India after it went missing in a museum in Egypt in 2010, the Captain knows that he's found his last, and biggest case. But the painting is now in possession of a dangerous gangster, and the Captain is being followed by Udham Kumar's ruthless associates, greedy for both money and power. As the odds against him begin to stack up, the Captain realizes that his last heist might not be as easy as he'd imagined.

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I was quite skeptical before beginning the book as most of the times heist books turn out to be predictable and then leaves no further fun reading ahead. Although, I'd say the cover doesn't grab your attention that much but this read isn't certainly the one you'd want to judge by its cover.

The blurb is simple and gripping which had my attention to the book in the first place. I haven't read any books by the author before but the claim of having many bestsellers before certainly had me assured that book would be interesting for most part.

The formatting was weird in the kindle version that I had but apart from that I didn't find any other concerns. The language was simple and fluid. The Narration was nice and the descriptions made things actually real enough to believe that this could've been a real incident. The story had a lot of twist and turns and the mild action scenes were perfectly drafted. I wish there was more active action in the book. But since the book was on the heist, it can be ignored if they didn't have a major action scene. Although I wished there was more details in the actual breaking in scenes.

The story had enough twists to had me into it till the last page. I simply loved the read and would surely recommend if you love reading such stories. It is a gripping read that would not let you rest until you finish it.

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The Art of Listening




I am quite sure many of you would be aware of this and the rest would be equally blank on this topic. Many times in life the cause of an argument is inability to listen properly. To deal with those issues there have been a ton of remedies and discussions at various places including online. In very recent times, its famously called as 'The Art of Listening'. There would be a ton of videos and articles if you just google and try knowing about what's the topic about. But, I can assure that any of those tips don't help unless you really understand what this term implies and what's it's actual meaning.

We have a very famous proverb which states,
We have two ears and one mouth for a reason.
Now, if you think on it, symbolically it states that always listen more than you speak. There's a very strong and fair reason for it. We may not always have the full knowledge of what's happening around or what someone in particular is talking about, but the words they use, their tone, the way they express it tells a lot more information about the topic which they were actually talking about.

It all ends and relates with your ability to understand the body language, situation and emotion of a person when they are speaking about something. It can appear like a complaint but possibly can be a rant. It might look like hatred but can just be actual experience. So, based on just one factor you can't possibly know what's the matter and then choose your action of response.

There's a gargantuan difference in listening and hearing. Hearing is something everyone of us does 24/7 non stop even while we are sleeping. But listening is something when we pay attention to something and try to analyse it relating it with the contextual information we have and then try to come up with an appropriate response.

Now, many would say, most confusions happen online where you can't actually read and analyse anyone's facial expressions or emotions. For that, you need to understand how a person reacts and uses their words as well as the emoticons/GIFs. These are the ways we have substituted our contextual body language for the screens.

The tone which is used also matters a lot in both art of speaking and art of listening. If the listener has a weak knowledge they can miss the possible message as both the speaker and listener don't reach the same point resulting in a conundrum. The judgement of a tone can be resulted by reading the same sentences in different ways on text. It doesn't mean you'd do the same at every single step but whenever you feel agitated or excited about something, just try this out.

For our sake, we will take the speaker as an ideal person who expresses everything as they want to and intended to. To be a good listener you need to understand if a person needs just someone to listen, someone who'd relate to them, someone who'd give solution, empathy, any kind of support. There may be times when you might not be totally accurate but you can always accept your mistakes and improvise on that.

If you master the art of listening, you can avoid a ton of issues before they even began to arise and solve them using a pre-emptive strike. Not everyone can be a master of listening but at the least we can hope to learn a few tit bits and avoid landing into arguments. Here below are some tips which will help you to master the art of listening.


  1. Always let the speaker finish first. ( Don't be a dum dum and ask if they're finished. Look for gestures)
  2. Don't be in a rush to reply or give out any reaction.
  3. Think on what they had just spoken about and try to analyse it based on the contextual information you have present around you.
  4. Give a verbal reply only when needed. There are several ways to show that you are an active listener and understand what the speaker has to say. Use of gestures is one such smart move.
  5. Coin your reply in a way which makes your point of understanding the matter clear. ( Keep it short for most and for this you certainly need to be a good speaker, but doesn't matter everytime.)
  6. Don't reply just for the sake of replying, there are many situations where the silence is the best reply you can give.
  7. You can always clarify if there's some misunderstanding and let it be over before any argument begins in the first place
  8. There not always be a situation where you'd be able to use all or even some of the steps mentioned above. During such times, just trust your instincts and just don't react with any extremities.
  9. There will be times when you need to tell the speaker that you have to leave or you are just unable to listen to them anymore. During such instances just let them finish a sentence and then either gesture that you need to leave or you don't wanna talk on the same topic anymore. Be polite as possible but interrupt only when it's needed.
  10. There will be times when you don't know the things you were supposed to know and you need to reply based on that information such as if your boss asked you about some analysis that you were supposed to perform but you haven't done it yet. Depending upon the circumstance, you can either take a polite exit, mention that you don't know it yet or just note it down later so that when you get free time you can search it up and know what the thing was actually about.
There are many points and situations but you can't possibly note and learn every single one of them. This is something which you'd just learn with experience as the time passes. No one becomes a master of everything over night. So, don't feel bad if someone calls you a bad listener. At times we aren't just in a mood to listen to the thing person has to say or we lack interest in the same topic. I hope this helps to many who have a trouble with interacting in public or private.


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Review: To All the Boys I've Loved Before


To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Book Description :
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is the story of Lara Jean, who has never openly admitted her crushes, but instead wrote each boy a letter about how she felt, sealed it, and hid it in a box under her bed. But one day Lara Jean discovers that somehow her secret box of letters has been mailed, causing all her crushes from her past to confront her about the letters: her first kiss, the boy from summer camp, even her sister's ex-boyfriend, Josh. As she learns to deal with her past loves face to face, Lara Jean discovers that something good may come out of these letters after all. 

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I wanted to read this book for a long time now but when I started watching, it didn't have much of a grip me. Hence I decided to stop reading midway and tried out for the movie first. There is a ton of material which is missing from the movie but has given more context to the book. I felt like there was something missing which would surely give this book a much better traction.

I have read a lot of teen fictions before but this one so far looks good. It has a lot of cultural references which would just go overhead if you are not accustomed with them. Being an Indian I had to google almost every other food item or some dialogue. It can be a good learning experience for sure. This book shows the perspective of a teenager from USA for sure.

It's a simple story but nothing unique or attention gripping to it. I felt this was an okayish read. Although it was annoying when the book ended on the cliffhanger. I know the end since I already had seen the movie but still, the cliff hanger won't drive me to read the next one if I hadn't watched the movie first. Many of my friends said it gets interesting ahead hence I just decided to post a little review for it instead of reviewing the whole series.

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Are Audiobooks worth it? Audiobooks vs Ebooks




With the recent surge in the audible promotions I assumed there was a lot to check out in the Audio Books section of the book world. Personally, I am quite neutral about audiobooks. I feel they somehow land between the movie adaptation and the actual book. Funnily, where print versions somehow are surviving with the rise of ebooks, there comes a new player increasing the competition.

In the previous days, there used to be plain machine converted audiobooks which read the same text using the Text-to-speech neural network mechanisms. They weren't bad at all, and to be honest, they were quite good considering done by a software push. But to some it wasn't convincing enough. The art of story-telling was actually via the narration and that's how it got converted into books. So, the idea of an actual human reading a book out to you was quite fascinating to many, just like your parent did during your bed time or grandparents telling you some interesting chapter from their lives.

So, with such ideas and presumptions in my mind, I first decided to try out a TTS conversion. It felt weird at the first. Being so habitual with keeping visuals in front I found it difficult to concentrate. I just tried one chapter before I got bored with the accent. I dropped the idea of reading the whole book doing this altogether.

For those who don't know, a few years I had made my own software for Windows and Android which converted your text-based books into audiobooks. It was a really fun experiences working out on that project. So I know what I was looking into before someone just bashes me in the comments.

Getting back to the topic, I headed for the actual audiobook next. I had my doubts now as it should be like watching a movie visuals. Well, not much to my surprise it turned out to be that way. The narration different voices, possibly by voice actors. There was subtle background music as if you have in presentation videos or movie scenes. The narration was actually nice but there was one major con here.

I legit fell asleep. The soothing voice must be calming much which just made me drowsy and when I was off sleeping I never noticed. I did try, to finish the book but bleh, I ended up sleeping. When I tried to listen to it via doing some activity, my focus was instantly lost over the audiobook and headed towards the task I was doing and sitting idle would just drive me sleepy.

What next? I decided that Audiobooks might be nice and good for those who love it, but certainly they're not for me. Although, I liked the text-to-speech approach more where I had text in front of me while the software kept reading for me. I know I am a bit lazy but that was more fun than just listening to someone talking for hours and keep your focus there. It's easy to listen to non-fiction I'd assume but something like fiction which needs imagination and focus, I don't feel its my piece of cake for sure.

I might be happy joining the ebook bandwagon for its sheer number of advantages but not so excited to join the audiobook bandwagon. I have been listening to podcasts but they don't claim such focus since most are just not focus hungry.

If you are wondering whether you should try it out or not, then you should at least give one a try before you jump on conclusion. There are many books on audible which you can give it a try, both free and paid.

If you wonder where to begin with, you can click here and explore the world of audiobooks.


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Review: Lehengey and Lafdey



Lehengey & Lafdey by Varun T.
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Blurb on Goodreads :

They say that marriages are made in heaven; but weddings, my friend; weddings are executed in hell! After writing three political thrillers, all of which helped me garner a bit of fame and intellectual fanbase, I was convinced that politics is perhaps the most difficult field a man can engage in. But then, matrimony came along and politics suddenly felt like the non-essential elaichi in this Mughlai Biryani called life. 

When my ‘loved ones’ subjected me to scenarios unimaginable, when as the groom I had to wait for an hour for my baaraat to arrive, when certain ‘rituals’ scarred me with shame for the rest of my life, I so wanted to give it back to the society! And hence, ‘Lehengey and Lafdey’ was born. 

LnL will raise your ire, tickle your funny bone, and show you everything except what a wedding is supposed to be: a sacred union. In a world filled with romantic novels, where love always wins in the end; patience, perseverance and the insane ability to bear a butt load of crap is required to emerge victorious in the holy war of matrimony. 


Enough talk! Jump right in and witness a whirlpool of emotions, with a cup of masala chai and some fryums on the side. Put your seat belts on, for it is going to get crazy. Welcome to the world of Lehengey and Lafdey! 


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If you always wonder what happens behind the scenes in an Indian big fat wedding than this book would surely give you a very good insight to it. It's a short read with a funny tone on overall setting of marriage. The author surely brings out the tension behind the scenes in very light and funny manner. Can be a good one time read when you are bored.

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Why Reviews are needed?




In the previous post, I wrote about should paid reviews exist? Here in this post, I want to talk about why reviews still matter in this day and age of digital marketing where just one click and post can just reach out to millions within the reach.

For a consumer like you who is bored and watching a movie, reading a book or consuming any product or service, a petty thing like review would be a pain in the butt as you might be too bored or lazy to write a few words about it. But, your words have a value and have a bigger impact than what you imagine. The industry of reviewing works just because an average consumer is surely lazy or unknown about leaving a review at the right place.

In this digital world, social media and shopping website algorithms are trained to put up those products which have more reviews, good or bad comes in the second recommendation as reviews are only given after someone has actually bought the product right? The products which might be good enough but haven't had enough reviews are just pushed down in the algorithm race. I don't say what kind of products are generally pushed down the line or which ones are brought up, that all depends on individual marketplace or the algorithm creator.

For an average consumer, a few lazy written words can have impact on someone's bread and butter. With such huge risk, most companies and agencies start approaching review agencies. I can assume at least half of them are still ethical but let's just be real, there are more than that who just take in money and leave blatantly fake reviews which at times we all come across once we get a taste of them after buying the product which had one of those.

Imagine, if just one reader, leaves their opinion on the book wherever its been selling, the book gets an algorithm boost there. Opinion and its ranking is a secondary matter but surely, that first option itself means that people are indeed talking about the product its a result of good marketing and product itself as we very well know that not every product is for everyone.

But imagine, if you as a reader, don't post a review on a book you so loved and yet someone who is imagine from so termed fake review teams working for a competitive product, leaves a fake bad review. Would another person even take a chance buying that book again?

When I did a little survey of my own, I discovered that most don't even bother reading the reviews, or writing them. It's like ignoring a hungry lion in front of you isn't the best strategy when you both are locked up in a cage. Ignoring an issue doesn't solve it on its own for sure. Just your ignorance about that factor doesn't account much in the way the systems are been built today. There are people who actually take reviews into consideration before buying things as most can't afford the luxury of taking a risk.

Amazon is a very famous place who's been regularly plagued by spammers in such cases. Even for the most products which we know are genuine you'd find a one star review, just to bring its ranking down.

I discovered, most consumers wrote a review only when they had some sort of grudge against delivery, product etc.. but most who enjoyed barely cared to write about it at all. I know many businesses are looking past the reviews but it might take a while and in this mean time, someone out there might lose his job or bread-butter just because of a simple review. Ever imagined words from an average person can be so powerful?

There are many things which happen in the review based marketing, things like agencies leaving bad reviews on competitors products so just they get pushed down by the algorithm, boosting their own products in meantime by adding positive reviews and many more are the tricks. Of course these things are noticed very and dealt with in some situations but in most cases they are just to smart to execute that algorithm punishes someone and they aren't even aware of it until their account suddenly goes under scrutiny for selling bad products effectively getting them out of competition.

The damage is been done then. It's most of the times too late to make a new account and start again for most businesses. At times, it goes unnoticed and even ignored by bigger companies and institutions as they won't be involving themselves in every dog and cat fight when they get the benefit out of it or it might be bad for their own public image if something like this comes out.


So what should you do to deal with this? I know this question would be in most minds. You should just try to leave some sort of review, words, comments on any platform which certainly helps the things you love to pop up. Once common masses start talking about it, a few agencies working from the shadows won't be able to cope up with the sheer amount of earth's population even if 10% is talking about that one thing. I hope my point is clear.

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Should paid reviews exist?




I had been coming across this question from a lot of people. I never thought I'd have to write on this but an incident made me think on it. A fellow author friend contacted a xyz blogger for a review for which she was charged a good amount over usually it is. So my author buddy asked that blogger about how she was going to promote her book. The answer was the thing that shocked me, she'd just post a nice review without even bothering to read just because she was getting paid for it. Now, that thinking is problematic for sure.

The reviewing world is having a huge question these days surrounding on the advent of paid reviews. The only answer to this question is neither black or white. It's totally gray. With the advent of PR and marketing, a new section of marketers often called reviewers popped up.

A reviewer being someone who'd actually try the product/service and share their opinions. If you look at it that way, it's not much different than your average consumer sharing views on something for which they had paid for. But in every society there existed a person who used to spend on a ton of stuff as well as talked about every single product or service that arrived in the market.

For Marketing agencies this was a good chance to influence the people by providing that one person with free services and let them speak about their business. Slowly and gradually this section of people started calling them as reviewers or nowadays in the world of social media they're called as influencers.

There's totally nothing wrong in being a reviewer or influencer. It's a simple barter trade where you enjoy something and just give your honest opinion about it. Slowly, some started making this, i.e. talking about the products their way to earn bread. Now issue doesn't arise here. It started become issue when some sneaky ones decided to be lazy and started talking about things without even testing anything themselves, taking money in return. The issue arose with fake review and marketing.

Now, coming back to our topic. Should paid reviews exist? For that my answer is yes, because many influencers work day in and out to produce good quality marketing content and generate traffic for businesses whereas there are some who just join the bandwagon to get free goodies and have zero knowledge about what they are doing.

So what should we do about it? I know this question would be bugging the most of you. Influencing runs on attention. We should know who is really doing something and who is just talking after getting some money. It's really evident as someone who talks openly about anything which it isn't in real, can be easily identified. As businesses, you should be aware if that person/entity is able to generate good reputation as well as sales for your business. There might be some random person, with a million of followers charging you heavily for just a product placement but ask how they're going to work out.

Support and look ahead to those influencers who actually show the genuine content instead of just targeted marketing via any means possible. This will be going on until people actually start posting reviews and talking about what they really feel about anything. Also, it is not totally wrong to talk about a new product or something which might have been approached to you as in influencer but ethics are the primary thing which should be considered before doing anything. if its not ethical then its of no use.

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Review: Something I Never Told You



Something I Never Told You by Shravya Bhinder
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Book Blurb : 
When in love, you tend to take each other for granted, and sometimes, that can cost you a lifetime of togetherness . . .
Ronnie knew that his first crush was way out of his league, and yet he pursued and wooed Adira. Shyly and from a distance in the beginning, and more persuasively later. He couldn't believe it when the beautiful Adira actually began to reciprocate, falling in love with him for his simplicity and honesty.

Slowly, as they get close and comfortable with each other, life takes on another hue. From truly magical it becomes routine. There are fights and then making-up sessions-a clash of egos and doubts.

Things begin to change for the worst.

It is too late.
Ronnie and Adira will probably never find their forever after . . .


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This book was just gifted for a reading purpose. Hence, A review wasn't something asked for but, usually I try to give a review for most books I read hence here it is. Since I was looking for some romance reads recently and this one was present, you can say on a right place at a right time. I decided to give it a chance. The cover instantly attracted me and the blurb told an seemingly interesting story.

Initially, I thought there would be more to the story than the blurb, but the truth is that blurb is more of a summary of the book. So, if you plan to read this book then avoid the blurb to keep your interest in the reading it completely. If you are trying to find to something new in the story which isn't revealed in the blurb then you are looking at the wrong book.

The story is simple, quite realistic ( it also claims to be based on a true story ), as well as different storyline than I usually would have imagined. I would have surely DNF-ed this book if narration wasn't thing gripping me to the story. I'd admit, that I cheated and looked at the end chapters first to see if the book was even worth continuing or not. But as I finished the book, I realised something. This book isn't something to discover new in the plot or read an entertaining story. It's more like a delicate work of art which needs to be discovered.

The story begins with the male lead character assumingly telling his own love story or you can say writing it down. Let me remind you, if you are someone who isn't familiar with love stories and sappy ones especially which have deep sad endings then this one isn't for you. Personally, I love to read more on the sweet bubbly romance stories but here this one had something which caught my interest.

The story is in multiple layers. It can be a hassle to remember all the dates and how the story is been jumbled up with random memories suddenly popping up without realisation but its overall done very smoothly. Although, I'd much appreciate it if there was something which clarified the memory part within the story which is running in past, anything which could have given a clear distinction would've been great.

Again, the story is totally what you can read on the blurb, if still it interests you then you can surely grab it and read. The narration is really smooth and something I'd love to read more. The Author mentions 'Ravinder Singh' as her mentor for this book and I can clearly see his signs of mentoring in this work. I have read books from Ravinder in past and both are in my forever favourites. I'd love to give a spoiler here but that'd break my record of posting spoiler free reviews. Yet, I gave off a huge hint here.

Long story short, if you love reading romances, sappy ones, which have not so cliche good endings then this one is strongly recommended.

Book Link : https://amzn.to/2C2M1DE


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Review: From Another Land: Making Home in the Land of Dreams




From Another Land: Making Home in the Land of Dreams by Tanushree Ghosh
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Blurb from Goodreads :
Given The chance, would you be ready to immigrate.A majority would probably answer ‘Yes’. Yet, immigrants are looked at with either contempt or segregation and rarely compassion, in their motherland and abroad. Post The 2016 US elections, The rhetoric is further reverberating. From cancellation of refugee protection, zero tolerance and undercurrent crackdown on H visas to racism, profiling and discrimination—the resurgence of nationalism is hitting The globalised population head-on.But what is immigration today. A question of life or death. A fleeing of persecution. A compulsion. Or a mere pursuance of privilege. And, what is USA today, especially for Indians.From An-Other Land is a reality check and an emotional guide for anyone who wants to understand modern-day immigration to USA.

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The book had caught my eye recently as when you are just at the end of your college days and see your friends talking about so called MS in US and what not, the thoughts just flooding your brain filling it up to the brim about the so called better life in US. It's not a thing where you just claim that it is not good at all or something but the whole craze about finding about a perfect life has let to destruction of several lives always.

This book would be more of a myth debunking read rather than being a entertaining read. It's for the people who actually want to plan to get out of their countries and find a better world somewhere else. Since here its about the latest USA immigration status and stories surrounding them, its not a golden side there either.

The book has overall a gloomy and serious feel rather than any sort of entertainment as you might expect from a fiction. In the beginning there is a sudden influx of characters which might be a bit hard to keep up with but later on it gets much more clear as you read ahead. You don't really have to remember all of them as most have their separate episode.

It's a good one time read which you can prefer while savouring your favourite beverage. You can surely recommend this to someone who is looking forward to emigrate from the country. Might be of some help.

Book Link : https://amzn.to/2GWDOor


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