Little Maryam by Hamid Baig

The Book I am going to review today is Hamid Baig’s debut novel, Little Maryam. The book I read was in an Ebook format and I liked the overall formatting of the book because most of the Ebooks I read feel like reading the PDF in an Epub format. However, coming to the business, Little

American Maharajah by Mark Levy

Mark Stephen Levy’s latest novel, American Maharajah, is American only because of its title. Other than the title, this is a well-thought and very well-written novel which represents the Indian sentiment and mixes a little bit of past with a little bit of present. American Maharajah is the story of Ravi Shankar, an Indo-American living

Hard Times by Charles Dickens

Hard Times is a celebrated novel written by one of the greatest English novelists and also supposed the greatest, Charles Dickens. In this novel, Dickens argues for the cause of the poor and also for the cause of the emotions and their place in the life. He rejects the life which is only meant for

The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan

The Pilgrim’s Progress is a work by John Bunyan which can very well be debated about its genre as the author has written it in such a way that it be taken as a true account of Christian faiths as well as a very good novel describing how the cases might be. However, we will

Persuasion by Jane Austen

Jane Austen’s novel Persuasion, which was published in 1818, is not an exception other than the style of writing. It is also a novel which circumambulates around the same theme of marriage and courtship in the early 19th century. The only difference in the novel is that it does not have the characters who are

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