Thank God for books like ‘Little Women’

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott left an indelible mark on my memory. Find out why.

To Kill a Mocking Bird: Review

When you grew up trying very hard to NOT behave like a typical girl, you are more likely to love ‘To Kill a Mocking Bird’. The protagonist, an eight year old Jean Louise (Scout) tells a tale that is so random and does not qualify to be out of the ordinary. Yet her innocent observations…

Life of Pi: A book review

Minutes after you read the last word, you found yourself bitterly missing Pi. He lived with you for four full days. And in those days, you worked harder, met all your deadlines and struggled to keep his thoughts aside ONLY so you could return to him undividedly.  While driving, you pondered over his journeys, his…