Read a Day Club

Read a Day Club

By Ayesha
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From Mumbai, India.
Short reviews, great reflections.
For more book reviews go to my Instagram page - @readadayclub.
Or visit my blog - www.forthepubliceye.com
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My Most Favorite Books - The Fiction Edition
Nausea, The God of Small Things, Kafka On The Shore, Steppenwolf, and many more. Talking about some of my top fiction reads and authors like Italo Calvino, Haruki Murakami, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Hermann Hesse. For book reviews - visit @readadayclub on Instagram!
11:40
December 29, 2019
4. Ladders to Fire by Anaïs Nin
Anaïs Nin’s Ladders to Fire seizes you faster than the speed of an electric current puncturing flesh. The book is essence over substance and the dissolution of that substance into a surreal dream. For more book reviews go to my Instagram page - @readadayclub. Or visit my blog - www.forthepubliceye.com
04:43
December 23, 2019
3. Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick Süskind
A deeply disturbing story that evolves through time as it shifts and surpasses the boundaries of literary worlds. What if what we perceive as the boundaries of our objective universe isn’t the only space we inhabit? The story of Perfume delves into the crux of the matter. For more book reviews go to my Instagram page - @readadayclub. Or visit my blog - www.forthepubliceye.com
03:48
December 15, 2019
2. The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy
A soulful read; disquieting, tender with a heart that beats on its own. For more book reviews go to my Instagram page - @readadayclub. Or visit my blog - www.forthepubliceye.com
03:59
December 8, 2019
1. Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter by Simone de Beauvoir
Today, I'm talking about an ambitious book; philosophical, revelatory, and telling. For more book reviews go to my Instagram page - @readadayclub. Or visit my blog - www.forthepubliceye.com
04:19
December 5, 2019