Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close: the HORRORS of 9/11

  "I give speeches around the country.  I tell how Stanley and I made our way out of the tower.  Life is precious, I tell them.  It can be gone in an instant." 9/11 has been a part of the life of many.  This will never fade.  Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, an utterly engaging and... Continue Reading →

Celluloid City: SACRED GAMES, from page to screen

  When a book is adapted to screen, there's always excitement and apprehension. In the midst of all the popularity Netflix's first Indian show has gained, how does Vikram Chandra's original tome hold up? Sudip Bhattacharyyafinds the traces...   A Netflix show is meant to be binged on. When you finish an episode in the app,... Continue Reading →

Book-mining in BOOKLINE

Every day, after the sunset in the city of joy, the air in the tight alleys gets heavy with the breaths of banished poets and lets an ancient fragrance loose to catch the dreamers. Drawn by the smell in such a soaked evening, a certain dreamy young man wakes up in a cloudy 'Book Sanctuary'... Continue Reading →

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