Jackie talks about his love for the pulpy Goosebumps series by R.L. Stine, and how it got him hooked on to the world of horror fiction.Read More
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In this feature, Yash explores how Stephen King delved into the horrors of love, loss and literal ghosts of the past in Lisey’s Story.
Isha Singh discusses how horror fiction often serves as an allegory for the real terror of the everyday, by glorifying domesticity and female sexuality.
In this excerpt from Where Do You Go In The Dark, My Love? by Isha Singh, the author sets the stage for the horrors that befall the protagonists.
In this essay, Aditya explores how reading Phillip Pullman’s ‘The Secret Commonwealth’ made him nostalgic about his childhood.
For anyone looking to explore new genres, authors and books, here is an easy-to-follow guide that will help in creating your own reading challenge.
Nirbhay reflects upon his reading challenge for 2019, its successful completion and if it’s an experience to be repeated in the coming year.
With tales of witches and ghosts and hauntings across India, read these horror books by Indian authors to appease the horror fan inside you.
If you are scrambling to achieve your reading goals for the year, here’s a list of short and extraordinary books to help cross the finish line.
The culinary history of Kerala, the story of the Dalai Lama’s escape from Tibet and other works of non-fiction by Indian authors await you this December.
December brings us fascinating fiction by Indian authors, including tales of Partition, translated literature, and short story collections.
Here’s a list of books for fans of Alice In Wonderland who enjoy reading about whimsical worlds, magical creatures, and marvellous adventures.
If you’re looking for an easy initiation into the world of nonfiction, look no further. This list of nonfiction graphic novels will enthrall you to no end.
John Green’s Looking For Alaska came out in 2005, and was adapted onscreen in 2019. Find out if the show matches the magic of the book.
Grammar can be tricky and confusing. If you are looking to improve yours, this piece tells you why Dreyer’s English is a must-read.
Leila is a 2017 novel written by Prayaag Akbar. In 2019 Netflix released a TV show of the same name. This article compares the two.