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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

Far from the Madding Crowd

Far from the Madding Crowd is all about the farmer Oak who single-handedly dominates the novel with his simplicity, wit and constant love for his girl – Bathsheba Everdene! It’s about arrogance versus love; it’s about superficial relationship versus true love; it’s about lust versus caring; it’s about practical life versus a day dream… Far

The Fault in Our Stars

Though the title might remind someone of Shakespeare’s braveheart Caeser, and the story might make the readers nostalgic… that of poor Romeo and Juliet, the ‘fault in our stars’ are always there around us. Today, we will be looking how John Green creates his fiction in The Fault in Our Stars, a 2012 masterpiece. The

Sons and Lovers

Compared to all others of the early twentieth century, ‘Sons and Lovers’ stands apart – it doesn’t necessarily have the class as it talks about the common people’s common problems and common weakness – love, passion, sex and life. D. H. Lawrence, we all know, was a kind of extension of Sigmund Freud and he