I read The Name of the Wind way back in 2010, back then I didn’t have a blog and the initial review I did on Goodreads was less of a review and more of a monologue . So with a blog now in place and less reading being done by me lately there’s no better time than this to review this epic fantasy masterpiece .
“You have to be a bit of a liar to tell a story the right way.”
― Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind
Continue reading BOOK REVIEW !! The Name of the Wind (Kingkiller Chronicles) , by Patrick Rothfus
Written as the final story work of the New 52 run , this is a must read for the introduction into what was later the DC universe rebirth
Continue reading COMIC BOOK REVIEW !! FINAL DAYS OF SUPERMAN , BY PETER J. TOMASI
Well safe to say that my resolution of delivering one review each week has failed, mostly because Life has gotten in the way and I have been kept away from my books for a long spell . That said I have read a lot of graphic novels in the past and I have thought of reviewing those graphic novels until I manage to finish my present read . So if you were not looking for Graphic novel reviews , I’m sorry for you
Continue reading Comic Book Review – Dresden Files : Welcome to the Jungle, by Jim Butcher
Stephen King is a world renowned name , even If you haven’t read his work , you must have seen his movies , or even if you haven’t done that you have at least heard of his name*. Compared to what he has achieved I’m absolutely insignificant in this planet and here I’m ready to write a blog that’s gonna tell you how much of a snooze-fest and overrated this book of his was.
*and if even that hasn’t happened to you , well come back to civilization man , stop hiding under that rock of yours .
Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Wolves of Calla (Dark Tower #5 ) , by Stephen King
As is the case with Advanced Review Copies (ARC) I’d like to state that I was approached by the author of the book to read and review his book and a copy of the book in paperback format was provided to me by the author. I’d also like to state that, My review has in no way been influenced by this generosity by the author.
Continue reading ARC REVIEW!! Teenage Diaries : the Days That Were – by Saurabh Sharma
Cold Days – By Jim Butcher is the fourteenth book in this popular Modern , Paranormal , Over-the-top Protagonist , action packed , Fantasy tale and this one is probably the best , If you don’t mind that changes and changed status quo .
Continue reading BOOK REVIEW !! Cold Days -by Jim Butcher (Dresden Files)
So Here comes the first Graphic Novel Review of 2017 from me and it’s from one of my favorite Batman books . The review will comprise of the 600 paged Batman : Bruce Wayne , Murderer ? and I’ll post the review of it’s follow up ,the 700 paged Batman : Bruce Wayne, Fugitive? sometime in next week.
Continue reading GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW !! Batman:Bruce Wayne,Murderer?(Batman: Bruce Wayne,Fugitive part 1 )
The purpose of a review blog is for readers to post a review for the world to see , However for this post I’d rather want only those who have read this book to continue reading further. It may sound silly but I simply can’t write a review for this book without giving out Spoilers of previous books in the series .
That said if you continue reading any thing written in RED will be a spoiler either to this book or to some book in this amazing series.
Continue reading BOOK REVIEW !! Ghost Story – by Jim Butcher (Dresden Files #13)
So as those who read my reviews, know that I absolutely love The Dresden Files book … But this book … oh my god! THIS BOOK …
….I mean WOW !
Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – Changes (Dresden Files #12) – By Jim Butcher
The Dark Tower series is a much beloved book series, written by the biggest author of our generation and belongs in my favorite reading genre,i.e fantasy fiction , and yet my experience while reading this series has been very Topsy-curvy.Some of the books in the series have been a hit and some a big miss .This one felt pretty average, and certainly a miss.
Continue reading A disappointing turn of events . BOOK REVIEW – Wizard and Glass by Stephen King