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Riverdale Vs Archies comics

Spoiler Alert I think it’s time we address the elephant in the television that is Riverdale. Just about every kid who has lived between the 40’s and now has, at some point or the other, read an Archie comic. Archie, Jughead, Betty and Veronica are names that everyone has grown up with, a quintessential part […]

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A Street Cat Named Bob

“Having Bob gave me a chance to interact with people… Cats are notoriously picky about who they like. Seeing me with my cat softened me in [others] eyes. It humanized me. Especially after I’d been so dehumanized. In some ways it was giving me back my identity. I had been a non-person; I was becoming […]

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The Runaway Jury | Review

John Grisham has a reputation of either nailing a story right until to subterranean levels or simply falter in the roots and make a hash of things throughout. The Runaway Jury initially seemed to fall amongst the latter category. However, the book got a revival midway and the end was a signature Grisham visceral denouement […]

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Glitter And Gloss

There are a variety of genres, categories and types of book, each with their own fan following. However one particular category is universally disliked and no writer wants his or her work to be labeled under this category. These are the books that ought never to have been written. I am sorry to say that […]

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The State Of Fear

One of the most imperative concerns which have been raking the entire world for almost two decades now is global warming. Tagged as one of the most grisly and vicious intangible monsters which are insidiously exterminating the world at its own volition and pace, global warming is the crux of major deliberations at putative scientific […]

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Running (Short Review)

followBy Anitha Murthy, is the story of a poor young boy Krishna, who had been doing, for most of his life, what he thinks is best, a lost cause for his mother who is a house maid and a potential champion in the eyes of Ranga Sir, a star athlete in his time. One evening, Krishna […]

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Splash Down

Here is a short review about a story “Splashed down”. At one level, it is a story about love. Augustine Joseph and Lilly Antony, two souls deeply in love and engaged find themselves sucked into conventions and obedience. Lilly, a young, dreamy girl, hailing from a “Good family”, tries to be the graceful woman she […]

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Singhurd Saga

  The Latin phrase, in media res, meaning ‘in the middle of the things’ describes the technique by which story writers begin their tale in the middle of an action. It’s an age-old trick to get the reader involved immediately in the action of the story. However the real task then is to keep the reader continually […]

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Murakami in the Woods

  “I will go deep in the woods From where no roads diverge And I would poke at an anthill To be instantly submerged”   Isn’t this relatable? Any human being who has lived long enough to understand what life is, has wished for an escape at some point in their life. But how many […]

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