I had to pick this up. After having read his previous books (with the exception of The Mahabharata Secret), once I pick up a book series, I have to know how it goes on. Here’s a snippet of the review, mainly discussing the plot, writing style and characters, my overall opinion and especially recommended age. The actual review is here on my goodreads account along with other books’ reviews.
Sun. Sand. Sea.
If you’re an Indian, there’s only place you’d think of instantly that is synonymous to these three words: GOA.
A fun weekend destination for Mumbaikars, all of Goa never loses its appeal to all tourists who come here to relax in the cool, sunny beaches while lounging in shacks, having the best seafood food ever!
Home to Portuguese culture, colourful houses, and tones of palm/coconut trees, the dwindling green roads of Goa are a breath of fresh air after coming from a stuffy city life in Mumbai.
Therefore, keeping the destination in mind, here’s a little guide as to what clothes I packed for Goa (sans the swimsuits, since I did none of the swimming one must do).
The ribbon tie back top is just another way to Lace Up, really! Have been seeing this flood my feed on Pinterest and Tumblr so much, I feel like I need to DIY one of these stat. I really love the blue ribbon on the white top one (top centre) as well as the blue bow one (bottom right). Definitely would want to try these out asap.
It’s the season of layering! Fishing out all of my favourite fall-wear, one of them is the Lace Jacket. Perfect for the fall season, the not too cool nor too hot season, and just right for the humid Mumbai, the Lace Jacket is my favourite piece to layer this season. Be it patches of lace, or sleeves or even a whole cardigan made of it, there is something very sensual about the lace jacket.
Last week I found myself in THE hab, a haberdashery store in Bandra. To say that my time here was anything less than amazing, creatively inspiring and fun, would be a lie. The store is actually like Disneyland for DIY freaks… I kid you not.
It’s no secret that I love wearing what the boys wear, mostly because of the raw feeling of wearing something really boxy, and not just tailored to be boxy for women. Hence, in my workshop, I experimented with The Classic White Shirt, originally tailored for men, and turning it into a crisp Real Boyfriend Shirt.
The last time I wrote on my blog, it was a review of The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret, and this time round, I’m here with a short review of the shortest read of my life A Secret Revealed. The book took a total of 35 mins of my time reading the front page, back page, and the contents.
A recommended read for those who like to drift away to the land of fantasy and mystery, continue to read my full review below.
I have a confession: I don’t like being an insomniac, and I try very hard to go to bed on time. Reading helps (sometimes only, because there have been situations when I’ve been unable to put down a book).
So here’s a book I picked up at an airport during my recent travels and luckily the book, The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret, did not let me get bored. Here’s a snippet of review, mainly discussing the plot, writing style and characters, my overall opinion and especially recommended age. The actual review is here on my goodreads account along with other books’ reviews.