Lauren Groff’s writing is poetic, subtly witty and superlative.
Labatut’s ingenious storytelling amalgamates fiction and non-fiction while exploring the Golden Age of Physics.
I think monochrome pieces are the easiest way to look put together in times of doubt. The beige top and trousers blend with the background while letting the book steal the limelight. The book, Love After Love by Ingrid Persaud is much deserving of this attention. I have heard nothing but great things about it.
Books and fashion, being my favourites, I decided to merge both of them. I like how the plain lilac bodysuit clashes with plaid trousers in this picture. Also, The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak has been such a raved about book, I can’t wait to read it soon.
Through her memoir, Farah Bashir paints a picture of her life spent in Kashmir.
The book traces the era of Lahore’s last ruling female monarch before the British looted and colonised Punjab.
Peters’ outlook forces us to relook at the flawed social structure. It gives voice to the little known challenges.
This cross-generational tale set during the dust-bowl era explores poverty, bravery and motherhood.
A book that implores the audience to know more about Chinese history and the the Sino-Japanese war.
A book that shows the significance of family and ancestry.