The Fall by Albert Camus

Reading an absurdist can be challenging. When I started reading The Fall by Albert Camus, my thoughts were “this is the shortest book I have” "this is my 2nd book by Albert Camus, I wont regret it maybe..” And then I nose-dived straight into it. The book starts with a self-proclaimed "judge-penitent", Jean-Baptiste Clamence, narrating... Continue Reading →

Review by Jay Bleu (Review # 19)

When your very good friend and an effortlessly amazing poet himself leaves a review for your book, it's literally the sweetest thing. Sweetest, because I know how extremely busy he has been. Thank you Jay Bleu for taking time to read and review the book, your support means a lot to me. Friends standing by... Continue Reading →

The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

If you are not a fan of Sylvia Plath I suggest you skip this one. In few words this book is only novel, a semi-biography written by Sylvia Plath and basically a narration of her downward spiral, covering her suicide attempts and hospitalization. If you know anything about her life and her writing, it’s going... Continue Reading →

The Trial by Franz Kafka

After being a constant pain in my neck for good 2 years I finally finished reading this 182 pages long insurmountable torture. I am talking about "The Trial". It's a masterfully crafted tragedy that crescendos with every word. Everytime I opened a new chapter I felt a sword gowing deeper in my throat. I have... Continue Reading →

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