Harry Potter and the Cursed Child By John Tiffany, Jack Thorne, J.K. Rowling

Albus Severus, you were named after two headmasters of Hogwarts. One of them was a Slytherin and he was probably the bravest man I ever knew.

Any potterhead would definitely love to read this. When I first came to know about the book I was excited to read it and completed it in just one day. Harry is now an employee in the ministry of magic and father of 3 children. His son Albus Severus Potter has come to the age of going to Hogwarts and is now struggling with the pressure of maintaining his family legacy. Continue reading “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child By John Tiffany, Jack Thorne, J.K. Rowling”

Angels and Demons by Dan Brown

Even the technology that promises to unite us, divides us. Each of us is now electronically connected to the globe, and yet we feel utterly alone.

– Dan Brown, Angels and Demons

Robert Langdon, a Harvard symbologist has been summoned again to help solve a mysterious case. The fax that he has received, had him by surprise.  An acclaimed scientist at CERN has been murdered with a symbol branded on his chest. An important and severely dangerous object has been stolen as well and this long gone brotherhood has been resurfaced, claiming to be the murderers and are now threatening to destroy Vatican city. Continue reading “Angels and Demons by Dan Brown”

Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

Better never means better for everyone. It always means worse, for some.

                    – Margaret Atwood, Handmaid’s Tale

It is a dystopian novel authored by Margaret Atwood in 1985. This book gives us an insight into the near-future where many rights have been abolished, especially for women community who has been oppressed by taking freedom from them. United States government has been overthrown by people, who calls themselves “Son of Jacobs”, and is now known as Republic of Gilead. Continue reading “Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood”

Born a Crime By Trevor Noah

We spend so much time being afraid of failure, afraid of rejection. But regret is the thing we should fear most. Failure is an answer. Rejection is an answer. Regret is an eternal question you will never have the answer to.
  – Trevor Noah, Born a Crime
The story is around the time of apartheid South Africa which was a terrible time for black people. Trevor Noah was born a crime because he was neither black not white, he was both. He had a black Xhosa mother and a white Swiss father, and relationship with another community was a punishable offence at the time. He had to be inside the house all the time.

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