Book Review: The Star Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi

Book Review: The Star Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi Whether one likes the theme or not, there is at least one reason why this book should be read. Lyrical prose and visualisation. No, it’s not purple prose, but given the nature of the story, its lyrical, feels poetic and is beautiful. The prose has got … More Book Review: The Star Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi

Review: A Soul Remembers Hiroshima by Dolores Cannon

A Soul Remembers Hiroshima by Dolores Cannon Dolores Cannon (1931-2014) was a hypnotherapist specializing in past life regression. Her interest in hypnosis started in 1960s and has seen some of the trailblazer books on the subject of past life regression. As she wrote somewhere, most of the people would come to her voluntarily either because … More Review: A Soul Remembers Hiroshima by Dolores Cannon

Review: Five Lives Remembered by Dolores Cannon

Five Lives Remembered by Dolores Cannon Dolores Cannon belonged to a family of Naval Officer of USA. She and her husband got interested in hypnotism in 1960, while stationed in Philippines. This book Five Lives Remembered, is about her first stumbling into the concept of past life. A navy wife, Anita Martin (which is an … More Review: Five Lives Remembered by Dolores Cannon

Review: How to Write Science Fiction & Fantasy (Orson Scott Card)

How to Write Science Fiction & Fantasy by Orson Scott Card Orson Scott Card is the genius behind the Ender’s Game which won him the Hugo award and the Nebula award. He has written various books in SFF genre and won various other awards. This book is a classic for anyone wanting to understand the … More Review: How to Write Science Fiction & Fantasy (Orson Scott Card)

Review: Broadcast

Broadcast by Liam Brown (publishing date: 15 Sept 2017) I got this digital ARC from Netgalley. The genre is SFF. This is the first time I read a book by Liam Brown. The book on its cover advertises itself as “Black Mirror meets Inception in the YouTube age”. Those who are not aware, “Black Mirror” … More Review: Broadcast