What It’s All About

Plunging into those crisp pages and getting transported into a world of your own is a fantastic experience. At least for book lovers. It’s exceptional, how you can fall in love with characters that aren’t even alive and with stories that aren’t connected to you. Yet there is a connection that warms your heart, fills you with joy, angers you, fills you with a weird passion, lights the fire of revenge within you, makes you fall in love, and helps you on your journey to rediscover yourself.

A form of art not as ancient as books, but an enviable art nevertheless, movies have been revolutionizing the way the world looks at stories. One might appreciate or diss a movie in a heartbeat, but a movie takes months to come to fruition, sometimes years. Behind the scenes, there are a million things that are taken care of, maybe not expertly all the time. We, as viewers, generally walk out halfway if we do not like the movie. I have done that once in my life, and it was the best decision I had made so far.

In this blog, I will tell you what I think of a book and of a movie without exaggerating.

This is my honest attempt to put forth reviews of those books that I have read and movies I have watched, and my opinions of them, without exaggerating. Of course, all reviews are my personal opinions, so I cannot guarantee that you’ll love what I love or you’ll hate what I hate. After all, to each, his own.

So go on. Have a tour of the site and leave me a note about what you think.

And if you’re interested in receiving updates on Facebook, here’s the link to the Facebook page: The Review Lounge.

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