Reading Shoedog

Started reading the autobiography of King of Shoe business, Phil Knight, Owner of Nike.

Shoe Dog By Phil Knight



Lion a movie based on real life, a journey of an adult to find his real parents. At the age of 5, he found himself locked in a train compartment and reached Kolkatta. He was adopted and moved to Australia. As an adult he set his journey to find his biological parents through Google Earth . Great concept. I look forward to watch!

#lion #devpatel #kolkatta #nicolekidman

Watch the trailer. You will love it!

Inhuman Act

An inhuman act and disgraceful act that happened at our Capital. Helping others many times resolves the upcoming issues and then it is important to take precaution. A girl was stabbed 22 times and that happened at 9 AM on a busy street where there was a police station nearby! Yes, sometimes do comes with a risk, does that mean that you would let some individual be killed!

What has happened to us? We really need to ask this question to ourselves and fix this issue as soon as possible!  Only then, India will be a safe country! Remember someone else is dying, tomorrow someone from your family may die! Will you sttand quiet!

May be at some point of time, the victim’s family and police was also responsible for this! This is a sheer shame of negligence! This is not the first time this is happening. It’s time for us to change! And we, only we can bring the change! Let’s do it!

This Time it’s Forever

Review of This Time Its Forever
Novel : This Time its Forever
Author : Aditi Ray Bose
Rating : 3.8/5
At the very start, author has beautiful described her emotions and importance of the maiden name of a woman; that message is very touchy. She talks about her daughter Anwita as well!
The story is slow at the start. Slowly and gradually the story becomes interesting as it progresses. It sneaks between past and present of Aisha and Arunavo, which to an extent bothered me. It is too fast at the point when the story sneaks from past to present or present to past.
The story begins with the day of Aisha’s marriage, which very well written. You can actually visuallize it!
More over it gave a feel of screenplay. But at times it is enjoyable. As you turn pages the story becomes interesting. Usually relationship that end up, do not get into same phase again, but this story made that thought possible. It showed the difficulties and emotions around the plot. It makes you feel the character which is quiet interestingly. At some places, the naration is so good that you feel to read those lines again and again!
Climax is written very well. Each character keeps the story alive, and does not let you feel bored. The loop is well-maintained in a loop. I enjoyed the work.

King of Hearts = King of Bestseller !

Review : King of Hearts
Author : Prassant Kevin
Book Length : 226
Publisher : Inked Company

The book cover is made of white colour. Red enters from top and forms a V-shape like the lower portion of heart. A face of an author is printed as if he is admiring.

Blurb is short and sweet. Up to the point.

It is a nice romantic and inpiring story. Smooth and simple language. Emotions ponder right from the authors heart, which is delivered properly with words. The story is intact. The story depicts the journey of Ayan as an aspiring Author, Misha as a supportive friend. Soon emotions graduate and they fall for each other. Story goes with twists and turns giving it an emotional end. The end was heart breaking. Each character is well developed by the author. Scenes are narated in short and sweet manner which I take from the novel, and of course, inspiring lines, some said by Ayan, some said by Misha.

Some errors which I think even bestseller of the year too has. So it is somewhat fine from my point of view! 😊

Few of my favourite lines are on page 73, 103, & 223. Chapter 12 is very emotional and inspiring and same is with the last few chapters. Well, I will not tell you those lines or the story, now need to go online and purchase it, and check it yourself. I know everyone will like it!

A line from page 104:
‘One Man’s Tale Became An Inspiration For Millions.’