• Netflix / Flims

    “Dark” A Mind-Boggling Netflix Show

    Aptly named show! Netflix’s enthralling new German-language series is appropriately titled “Dark.”The 10-episode season spends a lot of time in gloomy houses and unlit garages, amid an alarmingly uncomfortable forest; and a subterranean cave, or under sickly, wobbly lights that suggests a widespread moral decay. The series is conceptually bleak, lies, gruesome murders, and dead birds raining down in a hail of limp, twisted corpses. It’s a series that’s supposed to be watched late at night, with the lights turned off, like a ghost story told around a smoldering campfire. A Mind scrambling and thrilling plot To get the most out of the Dark, you must be able to do…

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    Sky Castle one of the highest rated South Korean drama!

    My close friends recommended Sky Castle around the time the show first aired.. They told me, the show was the BOMB 🙂 which the show was also being watched by none aside from RM from BTS (if you don’t know who RM is? Then you’re missing out success he’s the leader of world famous band BTS). Without much expectations, I started the primary episode at some point . And a bit like that, I reached the fourth episode not realizing that I binged watched 4 episodes back to back. Needless to mention, I got hooked with the series. Soon enough, I was obsessed. Sky Castle is a family drama. I’d wish to believe that this genre is extremely relatable to some extent. The plot is dark, nasty, and filled with shady…

  • Books.

    Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine By Gail Honeyman. Read online Book Review.

    The term “Fine” is often used in Conversations without context. How many times do we casually utter the phrase? Eleanor, on the other hand, is a unique situation. She is happy with her life and sees no faults in it. The plot Eleanor Oliphant adheres to a strict schedule. She is an accountant who enjoys her work. On weekends, she treats herself to a frozen pizza and a bottle of vodka. She leads a very lonely life, with no friends or relatives. Her social life consists of a weekly phone call to her mother. She’s like a clockwork mouse in her everyday routine. She identifies as a “self-contained being.” ……

  • Books.

    The Bone Maker by Sarah Beth Durst. Book Review

    The Bone Maker by Sarah Beth Durst released on 9th March 2021. It’s a fantasy story featuring an adventure-filled Madrid, a wicked villain, and a band of heroes on a mission to save the world. Plot To begin with, the magic system is a lot of fun. Durst produces a bone-based style of magic that is both creepily spooky and darkly interesting, divided into three guilds. Of course, In this stand-alone fantasy novel, we join Kreya on her journey to resurrect her husband; who was killed in a fight with an evil magician. But that’s just the first half of the book. Theres also the rather macabre form of magic,…

  • Lifestyle

    Bullet Journaling for beginners in 2021

    The bullet journal system can seem overwhelming at first, but fear not! This guide contains all of the information you’ll need to get started right away! 1. Create a Bullet Journal Out of a Current Planner. Many bullet journaling websites and on Youtube they will tell you that, they enjoy the independence and imagination that fully blank pages offer. Some people, on the other hand, will tell you that they lack the pre-designed planner’s simplicity, layout, and time-saving features. If you’re currently using a planner, consider converting it to a bullet journal before making the transition to blank paper. 2. Keep your desired layout clean and simple. Beginners and more…

  • Books.

    Circe by Madeline Miller ( A book for all Greek mythological geeks like myself!)

    Initial Verdict Circe’s story is epic in the sense that it follows a protagonist who starts on a long trip and experiences many problems along the way, akin to The Iliad and The Odyssey. It’s a modern retelling of Greek mythology.Circe’s point of view is used to tell the story. On the surface, Circe’s journey looks to be full of gods, monsters, and magic, but her genuine trials are heartache, resentment, loneliness, and dread (growing up isn’t easy).I’m telling you, it’s like a coming-of-age narrative set in ancient Greece. As readers, we get to witness Circe’s development from a stupid nymph to a courageous witch. It isn’t monotonous in any…

  • Books.

    Top Five Classic books you should read!!

    This list includes books that I have  read and reread and yet can’t get enough of, as well as  books that leave you yearning for the  inexplicable long after you’ve put them down. The list will seem random at first glance, but believe me when I say that I thought about it for days before writing it  down. I hope you find it enjoyable.  1) Picture of Dorian Gray book by Oscar Wilde. Dorian Gray is a young, beautiful man, who does not want to get old, but realizes a painting never gets old. So after receiving his own painting, he gets what exactly leads to self-destruction and torment. It is an amazing story that relates even to today that makes the story very timeless and one of the most contemporary in the century. The theme is great. It deeply immerses itself in physical beauty and respects it, and even falls in love with it. The superficiality of every society here is fully shown, both then…

  • Books.

    The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller (Book Review)

    What’s the book about? The love story between Patroclus and Achilles is absolutely beautiful and still a little mysterious; which is why Madeline Miller’s take on it is so intriguing. To be honest, I doubted it would succeed, but the love story between the two Greeks was captivating.Their relationship isn’t sappy in any way; it’s a friendship-based relationship that’s actually very subtle, which is what makes it so lovely. The love story is one of the most important themes in The Song of Achilles; but it is more of an undercurrent than a dramatic event. I had my doubts about one of the pair’s honesty on a couple of occasions,…

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    Why Harry Potter and prisoner of Azkaban is my favorite book from the series!!

    Why Prisoner of Azkaban? Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban has to be my favorite book in the entire series, even though Deathly hollows or the goblet of fire are generally the popular choices. But there are reasons why I picked the prisoner of Azkaban. The films The Sorcerer’s Stone and The Chambers of Secrets were my first introduction to the Harry Potter series when I was a kid. I saw Prisoner of Azkaban in theatres after a while, and it was my favorite since it was so distinct and evolved from the previous two. The story is built in this part as the characters have grown and have…

  • Books.

    The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne. Book Review!

    Today I’d write about John Boyne’s “The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas.”. I’m not sure how I ended up reading this novel; but I’m sure I didn’t go into it knowing what it was about. I anticipated something childish supported the title, which was obviously not what I used to be trying to find . However, after reading it, I realized it was one of the most tragically beautiful books I’d ever read. There is also a movie based on this book with the same name. Though I haven’t seen it and can’t promise I will because it’s difficult to get over such a tragic story. Despite its heavy content,…