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 […]

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 […]

Book Review | Mastisk Aur Vicharo Se Jivan ki Rachna Kaise Kare ?|Criticspace Journals

बचपन से मैंने यह सोचा कि हमारा मस्तिष्क आखिरकार काम कैसे करता होगा? विद्यालय में पढ़ाए गए कंप्यूटर की चीप की तरह या फिर फिल्मों और कार्टून्स में दिखाएं कल्पनाओं की तरह, कुछ जवाब कक्षा दसवीं की विज्ञान की पुस्तक से मिले जिनमें सभी कार्यो के लिए अलग अलग चैंबर समझाएं गए। लेकिन अभी भी […]

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 […]

Money Lessons on How to Avoid Daily Financial Stress by Anna Liza Naik | Book Review | Evincepub

Money is necessary for every work a person has to do. From being born to the death day, every person has the requirement for money. The worldly pleasures are such that temptations are present at every step of life in every passing day. Since the income is limited for everyone, and wants are much more […]

Interview with Bestseller Author Naseha Sameen at Criticspace

Naseha was born in a town encapsulated by two rivers, inhabited by people who celebrate on the face of natural calamities. It is a one-millennium old city, Cuttack which breathes of tales if only one can listen. Silent starry nights, noisy cracking dawn, lazy afternoon loaded with champak odor, giggling evening and early retreat of […]