The Song of Achilles: An Excerpt

“I will go,” he said. “I will go to Troy.” The rosy gleam of his lip, the fevered green of his eyes. There was not a line anywhere on his face, nothing creased or graying; all crisp. He was spring, golden and bright. Envious death would drink his blood, and grow young again. He was... Continue Reading →

Books I Can’t Wait to Read in July

For the past few months, time has been crawling. But now summer's gone and monsoon's already at my doorstep. June was mighty slow. It was dry too, and horridly humid. Rains were expected to wash away some of the desperation but alas! With a windy appearance and rains in its satchel, July seems to have... Continue Reading →

The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories: Book Review by Asha Seth

 Review Available on: Instagram | Goodreads | Amazon Author: Angela Carter| Genre: Short Stories | Pages: 214 The Blurb: In The Bloody Chamber - which includes the story that is the basis of Neil Jordan's 1984 movie The Company of Wolves - Carter spins subversively dark and sensual versions of familiar fairy tales and legends like "Little Red... Continue Reading →

Misery: Book Review by Asha Seth

Review Available on: Instagram | Goodreads | Amazon Author: Stephen King| Genre: Psychological Horror| Pages: 369 The Blurb: Misery Chastain was dead. Paul Sheldon had just killed her - with relief, with joy. Misery had made him rich; she was the heroine of a string of bestsellers. And now he wanted to get on to... Continue Reading →

May Reading Wrap Up

I don't have great reading or writing goals this year, except survive. I'm starting to feel that's really all we need; given the current scheme of things. Lack of positivity is a serious issue I'm grappling with and little has any regular passion helped; except reading. All through the pandemic, reading has helped keep my... Continue Reading →

7 Books to Stay Motivated in Quarantine

"There is no melancholy a book can't cure." Readers, don't you agree? The world is experiencing something no one had ever imagined. Close to 2 months of global lockdown indicates the gravity of the pandemic. That said, not all of us are finding the confinement to our liking. While we are trying to make the... Continue Reading →

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