Without Merit

“Without Merit”

Colleen Hoover

The same two things could happen to two people, but that doesn’t mean they would experience the exact same stress over it. We all have different levels of stress that we’re accustomed to. You probably felt the same amount of stress over your family situation as I sometimes do about mine, even though they’re completely on different levels. But that doesn’t make you weaker. It doesn’t make you an asshole. We’re just two different people with two different experiences.”  Continue reading “Without Merit”

The Zahir

she needed a bit of freedom, to get out and about, to experience strong emotions. And what was wrong with that?

Excerpt From The Zahir by Paulo Coelho

Time and again the air we breathe in turns stale. Anywhere we move to or travel to it’s the same air that flows around yet the variation; stale and fresh. Have you ever wondered why so much of variation. The things that we loved so much starts irritating our nerves from a point. Continue reading “The Zahir”

Queen of Hearts 

Queen of Hearts

Poetry Chap book by Dipendra Tamang

Queen of hearts is a collection of thoughts and scribbling’s in form of free verse as well as rhyming poetry. As the title suggests, the inspiration to this wonderful collection is “She”. The poet believes “she” is a tough with beauty flowing in her aura. Continue reading “Queen of Hearts “

The Hunger Games 1 – 3

Hunger Games 1 – 3

Suzanne Collins

A game played to forage their hunger and all they need do as a payment was to kill the other human and let the Capitol be entertained. Capitol is an advanced city surrounded by 12 poor districts where people die due to starvation. Suzanne Collins has introduced a new world here in Hunger Games where the Capitol, who upholds all the power, chooses two people every year from each district for the murderous game. Continue reading “The Hunger Games 1 – 3”

The Power of your Subconscious Mind.

The Power of Your Subconscious Mind.

Dr. Joseph Murphy.

“There is power and intelligence within you.”

The title really got me reading this book. I have been always interested in “how our mind functions”. I was walking past this book vendor on the street of New road when I laid my eyes on it and I had to buy it. The whole thing is divided in to 20 different parts, much like a course book. The first 10 chapters are something that really knocks senses in you and makes you realize things that went wrong due to your bad thinking. Continue reading “The Power of your Subconscious Mind.”

Broken Dreams

Broken Dreams

Kelly Elliott

“Broken Dreams” is part two of BROKEN written by Kelly Elliot. It is all about love and romance.

“I’m going to fight for her love even if I have to fight for it for the rest of my life.”

Courtney and Reed are madly in love yet they’re scared of accepting it. Both of them are haunted by their past and the story reels on how they step into their present.  Continue reading “Broken Dreams”



Cecelia Ahern

Lyrebird is an Australian bird that mimics natural and artificial sounds.

Bo and Solomon, a couple, working together in the field of making documentary. During their shoot for “The Toolin Twins” they come across a new subject, Laura. She stayed in the cottage between the forests and had the talent of mimicking any sounds around her. Continue reading “Lyrebird”

I was here 

I was here. 

Gayle Formann

Cody’s bestfriend Meg was found dead in a motel. Meg drinks some industrial poison and ends her life. This event comes hard to Cody as she was the most important person in her life. With grief and pain locked in her heart, she sets to find the answers on why Meg killed herself and why did she never share the pain. In the journey she comes face to face with a different side of Meg that she was unaware about. The hidden truths unhinges with blames pouring down the holes. Continue reading “I was here “

The Year I Met You.

We are too busy in running the race of the world that most of us have no idea about what they want in their life or what they want out of life. We are just chasing it until someone asks us to stop. Then, when we stop and look around we don’t exactly know where we belong. Life is too hectic these days that the surrounding keeps changing yet we never seem to notice the change.

Continue reading “The Year I Met You.”

Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

-J.K Rowling

“It matters not what someone is born, but what they grow to be.”- Albus Dumbledore

This part of Harry Potter series talks about two things: rise of Dark Lord and the Half-blood Prince i.e. Snape. The above mentioned quote is a one-line summary of the book.

The Minster of Magic has a new President, as Mr. Fudge didn’t take things into action when he was warned about the rise of the Voldemort. There is a new character named Professor Slughorn who had the piece of memory that would solve how to kill the Dark Lord. Harry is taking private classes with Dumbledore and learning about How Tom Riddle became Dark Lord. At the same time, he comes across a book owned by “The Half-Blood Prince” where he finds out how to make the Potions in better ways. He uses some of the spells written in the book that turns out good and worst. Furthermore, there is a bit of heartbreaking as Ron starts dating Lavender Brown that creates rift between him and Hermione. Harry meanwhile discovers his feelings for Ginny.

Talking about if it covers what it states, well, there is a more less enough information about what the title is about. The half-blood prince is Severus Snape the Potion Professor who becomes Dark Arts teacher in 6th series of Harry Potter. The book has edited version of how the potions can be made perfectly and few dangerous spells noted down. Overall, this part is less interesting compared to other series of Harry Potter.

Rating: * * * *

Written by Mayush


Harry Potter and The Order of Phoenix.

Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix.

-J.K Rowling

“We have all got both light and dark inside of us. What matters is the part we chose to act on. That’s who we really are.”

Lord Voldemort was always aware about his power and he used it to discard him hatred to the world for more power. Harry might not be aware but even growing up so harshly he still chose to be the better one. Our choices define us and we only get along with people who share similar views and opinions. One who seems good to us might be bad in somebody else’s eyes. But in the end, whatsoever we give to the world comes right back to us.

This book is the longest part and has a full pack of love, hate, anger, loss and excitement that has been carefully underlined. This book was an emotional roller coater for me and therefore it the most favorite book in all the series of Harry Potter.

During his stay in privet drive Harry finds out that Dumbledore had kept a watch upon him. This makes him mad as he feels like everybody is avoiding him and hiding information that he ought to know. Some witch and wizard come for his rescue and take him to the headquarters’ of the Order of Phoenix. This secret society was solely made to fight against Lord Voldemort. New characters and new words are invented here, which basically wasn’t in the book before. The relation between Sirius and Harry is so beautiful. There are new members in Weasleys’ family and Kreacher; an old elf is here too.

Dumbledore keeps avoiding Harry and his absence in school creates havoc in the school when Umbridge, member of Minister of Magic takes over the school. Harry starts his own society and is sharpening them for the upcoming battle between good and bad.

Written by Mayush

Ratings: * * * * *

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