Nowadays, I prefer buying books instead of other luxuries. This quest for knowledge and wisdom introduced me to various writers and poets whose philosophies and fascinating ideas have helped people find the purpose of their lives. One such writer...
"Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad Written by Joseph Conrad, a phenomenal Polish-born English writer, Heart of Darkness explores the devastating effects of European imperialism and colonialism in Africa. Published in 1899, the novel follows the journey of the protagonist,...
Review I have seen people falling in Love and out of Love. Matches once being made in heaven are now arranged on Tinder. I wonder if matrimonial sites are any different from online shopping? I see the sunsets and sunrises...
And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie might be one of the most chilling books ever written. The plot follows 10 people who have been mysteriously invited to an island by an unknown host only known as U....
The year was 1926, and Agatha Christie had just published her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, which introduced detective Hercule Poirot and helped to establish Christie as one of the best crime writers in history. The novel...

A True Love Lasts

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Is your mind tired of hovering around the conventional ideas about love? Do you want to dive into the exciting sea of love, then this treat is for you. Recently released from City Limit Publishing, A True Love Lasts,...
Summary of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, by James Joyce, is a captivating novel that explores the complex journey of self-discovery and artistic awakening. Published in 1916,...
Summary of Mrs. Dalloway Mrs. Dalloway is a novel written by Virginia Woolf and published in 1925. The novel is set in London on a single day in June 1923 and explores its characters' inner lives. The novel is a...
Ever thought about the miserable plight of the people dangling helplessly into the dark pit of depression and hopelessness? To understand their horrific situation, one needs to dig into the reason for their pathetic condition. If we observe closely,...
Summary of "Klara and the Sun" by Kazuo Ishiguro Klara and the Sun is a novel by Kazuo Ishiguro that explores the intersection of artificial intelligence, love, and the human experience. The novel follows the perspective of Klara, an artificial...
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