Those have read the 2012 novel ‘The Fault in our Stars’ by John Green or seen its Hollywood adaptation of the same name know what tragedy awaits as they sit to go through a whirlpool of emotions yet again. But for those oblivious of the climax, you need to be prepared with a box full of tissues.
The author Alex Michaelides beautifully conjoins themes of unrequited childhood love and parental abuse with a mutilated and mangled psyche in adulthood and how this unholy union brings forth a storm so violent and bloody that it is impossible to backtrack without losing something forever.
Book Review: Stand By Me – By Sudeep Nagarkar – Gripping, Fast-paced and a Thought Engaging Whodunit.
Revolutionary Road brings all our nightmares to life; the emptiness of mediocre city life, the realisation of banality of our own existence, the fear of losing ourselves in conformity and the list can just go on.
A hard-hitting portrayal of all the evils that have plagued our country. Although Sacred Games Season 2 has an anticlimactic ending, the journey to the last episode is both riveting and thought-provoking. Here is my review of the latest Netflix product – Sacred Games Season 2.
Created and written by Craig Mazin, Chernobyl is a 5-episode mini-series that takes us through the events leading up to the fateful night in April 1986 near Pripyat (a ghost town now) in Northern Ukraine and the after-effects of the incident that were felt as far as Norway. Incredible acting and top-notch direction make the events come to life and through all the 5 episodes, there won’t be a moment you won’t feel shocked and distressed at this man-made disaster.