On The Banks Of Connolly Canal by P. J. Thobias

Title: On The Banks Of Connolly CanalAuthor: P. J. ThobiasPages: 247Publisher: Evincepub PublishingBuy Now Life can be too mysterious sometimes and one cannot even imagine what results would occur when those mysteries would be unveiled. One can only hope that the mysteries would result in something sweet and pleasant. Well, this remarkable title, “On The […]

Book Review – Riding the Demon by Murali Raghavan

Book Title – Riding The DemonAuthor – Murali RaghavanPublished by – Leadstart PublishingISBN – 9356104018Genre – Thrillers and Suspense A work that is inspired by the present-day circumstances is not only more relatable for the readers but also creates their interest at a different level. “Riding the Demon” by Murali Raghavan explores the lives of the people […]

Review: “It Ends With Us” is heart-wrenching in the best way possible

Hoover’s novel gained popularity through BookTok, introducing a conversation about relationship abuse for young adults. I felt nervous buying BookTok’s most popular book, “It Ends With Us,” by Colleen Hoover. I worried that how I felt about this book would sway my future judgments on other books I find through TikTok. I was even more […]

Book Review – Walk Me To The Willow by Arnab Majumdar

Dedicated to Thamma, the title “Walk Me To The Willow” is divided into 14 engrossing chapters about friendship, loving nicknames that friends address each other with, reunion with old friends, and the manner in which life takes its course but it is good friends who lift up low spirits to give strength, joy, and motivation. […]

Book Review – From the Womb of Darkness: Holding the Prophecy by Ashwin Karthik SN

In the fast-evolving world of today, which is driven by technology and desire, crime has found its way and assumed dimensions that are beyond comprehending. This has found its way into the literary world and revolutionized not just literature but also the canon which these works would influence. Undoubtedly, any piece of literary writing is […]

Book Review The Familiar Stranger by Hema Matalia

“Life can be too mysterious sometimes and one cannot even imagine what results would occur when those mysteries would be unveiled. One can only hope that the mysteries would result for something sweet and pleasant!”     Well, before starting the review of this title, “The Familiar Stranger” by Author Hema Matalia, let me mention that […]

A Crime, Thriller & Mystery Book Mystiq Lynk by Abhishek S Malve

Also Read: GIRL GETS KIDNAPPED Will Take You To A Journey Of Some Unexpected Twists & Turns Like Never Before! The well-known proverb goes: Never judge a book by its cover. However, that is difficult to follow when it comes to Mystiq Lynk by Abhisek Malve. Deeply unsettling, full of suspense, and unpredictable, this book […]

GIRL GETS KIDNAPPED will take you to a journey of some unexpected twists & turns like never before!

The author’s imagination runs amok the dark webs, which not every reader has the stomach to digest. Like his debut novel, Girl Behind the Glass, this book is written in a manner that is meant to cause discomfort to the readers.  “Girl Gets Kidnapped” deals with the reality of the Hindu-Muslim relationship in India, but […]

A Man Called Ove: The life-affirming bestseller that will brighten your day by Fredrik Backman, Book Review, Criticspace Journals

Call it a reality check or whatever, the present book market is certainly flooded with crime dramas, psychological thrillers, and murder mysteries. These days, every alternate writer is adamant to pen down a gut-wrenching, spine-tingling, never-thought-before crime. Probably because thrillers have become the fastest route to have a screen adaptation. Believe me when I say […]

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins review – a skillful memory-loss thriller

There’s nothing new under the sun – or in the world of big-selling commercial fiction – but Paula Hawkins has come up with an ingenious slant on the currently fashionable amnesia thriller. The latest bestselling example is Emma Healey’s Costa-winning debut Elizabeth Is Missing, featuring an elderly woman with dementia. The protagonist of The Girl […]