This mystery thriller instills suspense in a distinct way with a new twist. The review unravels the plot briefly without disclosing the climax, to preserve the uncertainty.
Maybe this is why we read, and why in moments of darkness we return to books: to find words for what we already know.
– Alberto Manguel
The book depicts the grievous Sikh genocide occurring in 1984, it's tragic repercussions on subsequent generations and the attested political motives concerning it.
The book entails how after Gregor transforms into an insect, the ostracization he faces from his own family and reflects about his existence.
This Book puts across the various facts about the deadly bomb blasts and also the fact that these were in order to commemorate a few deadly scars from the past.
By Nicholas Sparks A heartwarming piece of work that I have read of Nicholas’s which is heart wrenching all together at the same time as we go through the simple…
By Nicholas Sparks This was the 11th work of Nicholas that I have read. Undoubtedly, it is one of the most heartening stories of Sparks’ collection, but the usual trend…