Book Review | Situational Sins: A Carnal Damnation | Criticspace Journals

The bible has a clearcut demarcation between the positive and negative forces and how they impact human lives as per the choices they make. In this sense, a book that is true to life is a work that has the potential to catch a reader’s attention much more strongly than a work that is merely […]

Book Review | The Path of Sukshmaloka by Nihar Bhonsule at Criticspace Journals

Crafting a world, far from the present reality and into the realms of fantasy is indeed a difficult genre to work upon. And then, breathing life into that fantasy world showcases the real calibre of an author. Nihar Bhonsule, introduces us to his fantasy world through his debut novel, The Path of Sukshmaloka. I won’t […]

Book Review – Indian Defence Files – Neel Preet

Patriotism is an emotion that has been the reason for the pride of any people from any nation. The journey of patriotism begins from the days when there was no concept of country or nation. People coming together for a common cause was the infancy stage of patriotism. India has been through many wars in […]

Book Review| Aksara Bhagvad Gita by Haribakth

A fiction always carries a slice of reality. Life bestows us with various circumstances and we respond as per our perceived views towards life. This book is a beautiful effort to analyze various aspects of Bhagvad Gita through a fictionalized chain of events. As many scholars already said; Gita is not about religious views, but […]

Book Review |The Case of the Missing Brother by Vikas Sinha | Criticspace

“Every piece of the puzzle holds an indispensable importance and unless the last vital piece of the puzzle is placed to its right position, things remain incomplete!” The book, “The Case of the Missing Brother” by Author Vikas Sinha can most certainly be regarded as a Crime Fiction with an appropriate dose of Action, Mystery […]

Book Review |Reflections by Dr. Dewakar Goel | Criticspace Journals

The human mind is such that it keeps wandering over the different things it witnesses and the various events that occur. As time gives experience to a human being, the wisdom born out of it is much more practical and applicable to life in the real sense. A work bearing a thorough influence of this […]

ELLIE AND ORIN PROPHECY | BOOK REVIEW | CRITICSPACE

Since earlier times, adults, as well as children, get fascinated by the tales of the unknown, myths, or the realms they have not visited. Due to the imaginative elements, such stories invoke the interest of perhaps all kinds of readers and listeners right from the beginning.  One such story that has the potential to reach […]

The Humble Wrath | Book Review | Vandana Sudheesh

In silence, she walked To herself, she talked What is distracting her? Her eyes filled with anger The untold wrath She posessed in her path Soft smile wiping them too hard Suffocation barely to guard Ripping off those feelings from the start Wounded scars, they left in her heart. These are my favourite lines from […]

God: The Best Friend & Guide | Jaydip Das | Criticspace Book Review

Spirituality is an aspect of life about which less people know about and the ones who do know do not know in much depth. Jaydip Das in his landmark work, “God, The Best Friend and Guide” attempts to enlighten the readers and tell them the importance of the path of spirituality through his life as […]

Hindsight 2020 | Sudip Banik | Book Review | Evincepub

The Coronavirus pandemic has changed people’s lives to an extent which no one has anticipated even a few months ago. The confinement of people to their homes gave them time to introspect and also decide better for their future. Sudip Banik in his book, “Hindsight 2020: Not a Political Satire” records the happenings of the […]