Reviewing pulitzer prize winner Katherine Boo's journalistic marvel Behind the Beautiful Forevers, in terms of the social and economic implications underlying it.
There was buzz all over the internet about this one. Tumblr had chosen it as the first read for its book club. As somebody who practically lives on the internet, you can't ignore something like that. So obviously I had to read it. And I thank each one of you cray internet peeps for … Continue reading Fangirl.
Yes, the only reason I read The Perks of Being A Wallflower, is because Emma Watson starred in the movie adaptation of the book. It is also true that the fragrance of its pages hasn’t faded from my fingers. It is still a very easy book to fall in love with. It surely is one … Continue reading At That Moment… I Swear We Were Infinite