Goosebumps is one of the earliest Horror books I read as a Kid. Even though my English comprehension was poor back then, I somehow managed to grasp what the story was and how I ended up in many sleepless nights—reading this novel kind of reminded me of those early days. I’m pretty sure the intended audiences for this book will feel scary.
Children’s books are fascinating and the respect I have for the authors who write them is humongous. The Authors should become children, go into their world, and speak their language, it is one of the toughest tasks to Write for Children. Along those lines, I started reading Children’s literature recently to identify books that I can read for my 3 years old or entice him to get into reading.
Batman: Bad Blood is the sixth installment in the DC Animated Movie Universe which follows after the Flashpoint Paradox created and restored by The Flash. This movie deals with a particular subject “What if Batman disappeared?” and what will happen to Gotham and people in the city, especially thugs of the city. On the other hand, people in the Bat-Family investigate what happened to Batman and also try and stop anything from happening in Gotham city.
Fantasy Novels have their own way of indulging us in their worlds but it lies in the hands of the Authors who write them. Often, the authors struggle with World-building, either they are too descriptive or too vague for the readers to understand where the story is going and what to expect out of the novel. (This is from my limited reading of Fantasy novels both good and bad). Realm of Kings: Flaming Deception by Dustin Fisher is the first in the series of books and I’m thankful to Booktasters for providing me an opportunity to read this Indie book.
Thrillers are one of those fascinating Genres which always keep you hooked, be it a Murder mystery or others. I haven’t had read much of YA Thrillers, most importantly YA thriller books with Supernatural elements attached to them. So, when I came across this book on Booktasters, I immediately grabbed to read it.
Science Fiction is one of the Genres with which I’m always in awe. Although I haven’t read much of Sci-Fi books I kinda know the pattern of stories and the world they build. The Sci-fi stories are mostly set up in the future, they are dystopian mostly, one power control freak who is either a human or an AI, someone is raised to the occasion which questions or threatens the authority. These are mostly how Sci-fi books are designed but What I really love about these is the way the authors somehow foresee the future, they predict technologies that are fascinating.
Directed by Prabu Jeyaram where the director tries to give his take on tweaking reservation and that’s the second half of the story. Maybe the Director should have thought let’s try out talking about every hot topic and see how people react, then let’s see how it goes?
Son of Batman animated movie is based on the Batman and Son (2006) storyline written by Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert. I haven’t read this Comic but it was interesting to see “The World’s famous Detective” didn’t know that he had a 10-year-old son (approx.). I’m not sure whether it was a mistake or Ra’s Al Ghul and Talia Al Ghul were good at keeping secrets from Batman?
Comedy is a serious business, A serious business with only one purpose – to make you laugh – W.C. Fields. I really […]
Aashram is loosely based on the life of Self-made Godman Gurmit Ram Rahim Singh Insaan, also known as MSG. The show is set in the fictional city of Kashipur and the story follows the life of Pammi aka Parminder (Aditi Sudhir) who is a wrestler and her brother Satti aka Satwinder (Tushar Pandey), various instances push them to come in contact with the self-proclaimed godman of Kashipur, Baba Nirala…