Book Review: 28 Disastrous Dates by Poppy Mortimer

An empowering and hilarious memoir of the author's most disastrous dates spanning two decades and three continents, ranging from the outright hysterical to borderline traumatic. She discusses her intentions for writing this book as well as the lessons she's picked up along the way.  In an engrossing narrative, you are entertained and lighthearted.   It... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Intersections by Poornima Manco

An exceptional storyline about four friends, their secrets, betrayal and revenge. Great characterisation with the flawless writing style. I was hugely impressed with the depth and interweaving of plot lines, how expertly the author handles the multiple threads and how well he captures the range of relationships and dynamics between family and friends. I was... Continue Reading →

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