Review Date — 4th December 2016

How long should a book series be? How much can a reader absorb? My theory is the absorbing capacity decreases with age. You start off, capable of imbibing any number of books without breaking a sweat. As time goes on, the limit slowly recedes…

Review Date — 26th June, 2021

It’s been a while since I wrote one of these. The last book review I did was almost three years ago when a trend that had seemingly burgeoned up till that point came to a screeching halt. As much as it pains me to…

Amongst the many ways of measuring the progress our race has made, structures seem to be reliable barometers. An architectural masterpiece from a particular era is a true reflection of the capability and repertoire of the people from that era. The world is littered with such structures that collectively manage…

I don’t know exactly why I never felt like writing something about Novak Djokovic. There is no shortage of good content. He is always doing other-worldly stuff. The comeback in 2018 when he swept everything in the second half of the year was pretty incredible. The 2019 Wimbledon Final when…

Review Date — December 25, 2017

In short, INKHEART is a book about itself. I know its not something to get your head around easily. Reading the book, in actuality is like reading two books. The book INKHEART of course which you paid for, and the real Inkheart as well…

Review Date — July 2, 2018

The first movie is a double-edged sword. The sequel however, is tilting more towards the unpropitious edge. It’s like a relay. If the person handing you the baton runs his bit well, you still have to do well yourself to win. If he doesn’t…

Review Date — May 15, 2019

Finger snaps of destiny.

Half of life crumbling away.

We’re in the endgame now.

The fallen must be avenged.

The movie I suppose, needs no introduction so I will just get down to it. Anyone who has seen the trailers will know it was…

Review Date — December 28, 2016

Everyone starts a book with some sort of prejudice in mind. It’s completely normal as long as it’s kept in check. The only time I started a book under overbearing prejudice was when I was in 9th grade. The pointlessness of this book had…

Review Date — July 20, 2018

You know that Christie has seriously messed up your mind when murder by poisoning starts feeling like a serene murder. Knowing how macabre her killing methods can be, this one probably sits somewhere around the bottom of the list. The book Five Little Pigs

Arnav Joshi

Just dumping all the junk I can find here.

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