SHER LOCKED

A sociopath, an arrogant bloke, a mind bending psychopath, but most importantly an extraordinary detective. In this piece, dive into the lore of Detective Sherlock Holmes, his companion Dr. Watson, and the creator of both characters, all the novels and their intriguing stories, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS – A REVIEW

Arundhati Roy presents her characters as they are, with all their uneven edges and rough textures. Everyone is reduced to their crude humanity, stripped down to their naked, imperfect morality. She makes the reader jump from hate to love to sympathy, all in the span of a single page. The reader’s heart is almost a puppet in her skilled hands and she masterfully tugs the right strings every single time. She evokes every emotion in the spectrum and in the end, you’re left with a flood of empathy. You’re not going to find any black and white characters in these pages.

ANTHROPOS: TO FEEL

Passion burns a fiery red and Sadness spends her days under the rain. Ambition likes to sit and watch the world burn down and clear the path for her rule, and Selfishness wears bright pink lipstick and stomps over everything. Surprise likes the shade of shock and Hatred splits the Earth in two. People are nothing and everything all at once, people are different emotions draped all at once. It sweeps through them in rivulets, forming and building until it is everything and nothing at all.