Book Review

The Twentieth Wife, by Indu Sundaresan

#BookReview for The Twentieth Wife Indian history has always fascinated me, and everything about the Mughal period has always fascinated me. I could not wait to read The Twentieth Wife, as it revolves around Jahangir and Nur Jahan, one of the most powerful couples of the Mughal dynasty. Set in the late 1500s, The Twentieth Wife tells the story of Mehrunnisa. Her real parents abandoned her due to extreme poverty. Later, saved and raised in the court of Akbar, she falls in love with his son Salim (who later becomes Emperor Jahangir). A young child…

The Fault in Our Stars, by John Green

#BookReview for Fault In Our Stars I have never liked romantic novels because they have always seemed to be a bit far-fetched and distant. I have always been more of a fan of historical and drama fiction in which romance might be just one of the many elements. So when I picked up The Fault in Our Stars, my expectations were not very high. I would not say the book exceeded my expectation. But it is one of the good novels that I have read in recent times. The Fault In Our Stars is…

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