Dopamine Detox by Thibaut Meurisse

I wouldn’t say that this book is enlightening and you get information that is not already available on the internet. Despite that, it is an excellent quick read. It starts with some technicalities and science behind dopamine. Later tells you repetitively to avoid social media to stop procrastinating. Again, not that we don’t know it, […]

Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg

I don’t know how many will be able to connect or relate with this book. I can understand if one doesn’t because you need to have gone through at least one of those dilemmas and struggles mentioned in the book. There are things you know but you are not ready to accept openly. This book […]

My Evil Mother by Margaret Atwood

I had my own share of problems with my mom during my teenage. I could completely relate to the girl in this story. My mom also said and did unbelievable things but as the girl in the story, I didn’t think she was a witch. Again, I don’t blame the girl, her mother was mysterious, […]

Knotted Grief by Naveen Kishore

It’s a short book of poems, but do take your time to read. Mostly in Haiku-like poems, the lines are short, some just one word. The first poem Kashmiriat is my top favourite from the book. It tells about the trauma residents faced during and after the Kashmir violence. It will wrench your heart with […]


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