Think You’re Cut Out For Reading ‘Howdunit’? Read ‘The Devotion Of Suspect X’
Book Review / Japanese Author / Murder Mystery

Think You’re Cut Out For Reading ‘Howdunit’? Read ‘The Devotion Of Suspect X’

The Devotion of Suspect X (Detective Galileo #3) by Keigo Higashino will have you from the first page and you will never drop your attention till the very end. While the twist at the end will knock your socks off, the sad ending of the book will leave you agitated. This book is an astonishingly … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Guardians of the Halahala (The Vikramaditya Trilogy #1)’ by Shatrujeet Nath
Book Review / Indian Mythology

Book Review: ‘The Guardians of the Halahala (The Vikramaditya Trilogy #1)’ by Shatrujeet Nath

Churning of the ocean, popularly known as Samudra-manthan or Amrita-manthan, is one of the well-known events in Indian mythology. This churning of the ocean was done by Devas and Asuras together. While the main aim of doing this churning was to obtain Amrita (or the nectar of immortality), this procedure of churning released a number … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Sittaford Mystery’ by Agatha Christie
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Book Review: ‘The Sittaford Mystery’ by Agatha Christie

My Rating***** ‘The Sittaford Mystery’ or ‘The Murder at Hazelmoor’ is another masterpiece from the mystery queen. While readers do not rate this book higher, I found this book very appealing. Set in a remote English village under heavy snow, the storyline reveals an interesting cast of characters. These characters have been sketched so well … Continue reading

The Demonic Hound of the Baskervilles
Book Review / Murder Mystery

The Demonic Hound of the Baskervilles

My Rating***** Sherlock Holmes is one of the most loved characters in ‘crime literature’. His oddities, his obsessiveness, his brilliance and even his flaws make him not only a powerful character, but also a memorable one. Created by Scottish author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes certainly stands apart in the literary world. … Continue reading

‘The Murder of Roger Ackroyd’ by the Mystery Queen
Agatha Christe / Book Review / Fiction / Murder Mystery

‘The Murder of Roger Ackroyd’ by the Mystery Queen

My Rating***** ‘I appeal to you all. Tell me the truth – the whole truth.’ There was a silence. ‘Will no one speak?’ Agatha Christie is known for providing a stunning end in her books. Sometimes, she surprises you so hard that you found yourself thunderstruck. This is what you feel after reading ‘The Murder … Continue reading