Anindita CSG

Anindita likes to prepare crazy dishes when she is not playing peekaboo with her daughter or cooking up stories of Gods suffering from memory loss, genetically altered/human-alien hybrids, and creepy serial killers. Anindita likes to read Sci-fi, fantasy, crime thrillers, intense drama, and comedy. She secretly reads horror stories and checks for monsters under the bed (these days, her daughter checks them for her). Anindita loves to play video games and often tricks her husband into playing the challenging quests for her. Anindita had worked in pharmaceutical and clinical research industries before becoming a stay-at-home mom.

Anindita likes to prepare crazy dishes when she is not playing peekaboo with her daughter or cooking up stories of Gods suffering from memory loss, genetically altered/human-alien hybrids, and creepy serial killers. Anindita likes to read Sci-fi, fantasy, crime thrillers, intense drama, and comedy. She secretly reads horror stories and checks for monsters under the bed (these days, her daughter checks them for her). Anindita loves to play video games and often tricks her husband into playing the challenging quests for her. Anindita had worked in pharmaceutical and clinical research industries before becoming a stay-at-home mom.

A Grave Search (Bodies of Evidence) by Wendy Roberts: Review

A Grave Search (Bodies of Evidence) by Wendy Roberts: Review

  Julie Hall is twenty-five, has a terrible secret, and a strange ability to find dead bodies using a pair of dowsing rods. What happens when it hits close to home, any place she can call her home? I read A Grave Calling, the first book in the series, by chance. I was looking for …

Those Brave, Foolish Souls from the City of Swords (Yarnsworld #3) by Benedict Patrick: Review

Those Brave, Foolish Souls from the City of Swords (Yarnsworld #3)

It has been a while since I have read fantasy, a pure fantasy book. I am glad I picked this one. Those Brave, Foolish Souls from the City of Swords is the tale of disenchantment, redemption, and realisation. The characters are different from each other in the most apparent of ways yet share a few …

The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey: Review

The Snow Child

I bought The Snow Child after seeing the cover on Sarah Higbee’s post, Friday Faceoff and her review of this book. Couldn’t resist it, finished it in one long sleepless night. Worth it. Emotional, magical, absolutely beautiful.   A fairy tale told in a comparatively modern setting, this book left me in tears grabbing the edge of my …