The Red Scrolls Of Magic by Cassandra Clare | Book Review

Name of the book – The Red Scrolls of Magic Author – Cassandra Clare Genre – Fantasy My Rating – ⭐⭐⭐ My Review (non-spoiler) First I would like to warn you something about this book – brace yourselves for extreme boredom in the beginning. The first half of the book was so monotonous, I nearly […]

The Red Scrolls Of Magic by Cassandra Clare | Book Review


In this book Nir Eyal provides a simple yet powerful model to help your customers form habits that connect their problems with your solutions. The Hooked model focuses on:An initial ‘trigger’Which drives an ‘action’Where you get a ‘variable reward’Which causes an ‘investment’ due to reciprocation Nir provides some fascinating insights into how companies have successfully adopted this […]


Book Review: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

“All the light we cannot see” by Anthony Doerr. This is a book that invoked mixed feelings and I didn’t felt inclined to review it immediately after reading.The book is set during WW2 with two parallel tracks that finally intersect as one would expect. One revolves around a blind French girl Marie-Laure and her family and their […]

Book Review: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

Book review: “Princess Bari”

“Drawing on an old Korean folktale about a princess on a quest and intertwining it with modern life in China and London, Sok-yong chronicles Bari’s journey in an enchanting style that explores Korean culture, beautifully balances reality with magic, and presents an immigrant’s perspective of the world.” Yen Magazine Photo source: camy.design11@Instagram If you are […]

Book review: “Princess Bari”