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Book Review: Carry On Jeeves, by P. G. Wodehouse

I sometimes wonder which author is the best to read in a particular genre. Though there are many authors in fantasy genre, no one feels quite as good as Rowling and Harry Potter. For thrillers, I seek a Lee Child more often than not, because it’s the unruly Jack Reacher that makes thrill feel alive. For humor, there is only one author that comes to mind, and that’s P. G. Wodehouse. The character… why, Jeeves of course! Continue reading “Book Review: Carry On Jeeves, by P. G. Wodehouse”

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Book Review: Age of Hiblisk, by Sumukh Naik

Ah. Another day, another book and another place to visit through its words. The book is a fantasy. When I open it, I expect magical lands and spiritual worlds concocted by the creative, imaginative mind of the author. A fantasy has to have that narrative charm to hold my attention and keep me glued to the book, wondering what materializes on the next page. This book promises just such a world… worlds, rather. Continue reading “Book Review: Age of Hiblisk, by Sumukh Naik”