Book Review: Metaphorosis: Best of 2017

Book Review: Metaphorosis: Best of 2017, Edited by B. Morris Allen Metaphorosis Publishing (Feb, 2018) Metaphorosis is an online magazine of science fiction and fantasy, and supported through Patreon. The stories are available exclusively on the website for first six months. This book Metaphorosis: Best of 2017, I got the digital ARC from Netgalley. This … More Book Review: Metaphorosis: Best of 2017

Book Review: Megaliving: 30 Days to a Perfect Life by Robin Sharma

Book Review: Megaliving: 30 Days to a Perfect Life by Robin Sharma Robin Sharma prefers to call himself a leadership expert. I have read many of the books written by him, including “The Monk Who Sold His Ferari”, which is an inspirational allegorical fantasy, and his most famous writing. But this one, Megaliving, in my … More Book Review: Megaliving: 30 Days to a Perfect Life by Robin Sharma

Book Review: The City & the City by China Miéville

Book Review: The City & the City by China Miéville “What a book! Surreal, wierd, and awesome.” That was my reaction when I read this book. China Miéville is a foremost Science fiction / fantasy writer of our times, with multiple awards and nominations under his belt. This book “A City and a City” was … More Book Review: The City & the City by China Miéville

Book Review: Reading 5X5 (Writers’ Edition)

Book Review: Reading 5X5 (Writers’ Edition) Edited by B. Morris Allen (Metaphorosis Publishing) Reading 5X5 is an anthology of SFF short stories, and I got the digital ARC from Netgalley. The foreward by B Morris Allen says, “five stories, five times”. This is what the book is. The most interesting thing about the short stories … More Book Review: Reading 5X5 (Writers’ Edition)

Book Review: A Closetful of Skeletons by Tanushree Podder

Book Review: A Closetful of Skeletons by Tanushree Podder (Published HarperCollins India, Dec 2017) When I was in middle school, I discovered, among many others, two books in my Dad’s library. One was Arthur Conan Doyle’s, the other was Agatha Christie’s. May be because Agatha Christie’s book was a bit old, and Sherlock Holmes had … More Book Review: A Closetful of Skeletons by Tanushree Podder