First published September 1 2015 (MIT PRESS and then Penguin Books) A few words “For a system resistant to change, nothing is as good as a crisis.” (Feels like an apt saying for how demonitisation has struck us making us realize that this crisis was necessary to lead us in the direction of being … Continue reading AN ECONOMIST IN THE REAL WORLD: THE ART OF POLICYMAKING IN INDIA BY KAUSHIK BASU BOOK REVIEW
A few lines “It was always the good people that left, the people that weren’t afraid to smile or to love “ We have heard and read various love stories with characters as absurd as possible finally falling in love. Something similar on those lines happens in this book too. (Spoiler alert) The main … Continue reading IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW – CECELIA AHERN ♥ BOOK REVIEW
A few lines “Why does a woman feel a man’s income is more important than hers? Maybe because it is important to men, and very few men are secure enough to just let this be “ It’s the first book written by CHETAN BHAGAT from a girls POV (point of view).It’s a beautiful. With well … Continue reading ONE INDIAN GIRL- CHETAN BHAGAT Book Review.
It took me an all-nighter to finish the book. The story keeps you enthralled with all the adages (old sayings) related to love coming true. It’s a typical bad boy-good girl book but what keeps you hitched are the plot twists (I’m letting one secret out-the girls petty good with cards).the ones who have fallen … Continue reading BEAUTIFUL DISASTER-JAMIE McGuire A BOOK REVIEW