Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Breakfast at Tiffany's Book Review

It is a novel by American novelist Truman Capote, published in 1958. At least 20 films and television dramas have been produced from Capote novels, stories, and play including Breakfast at Tiffany’s that has been adapted into a film and even a musical.

Genre: Fiction

6 Reasons Why It Is Your Next Book

  1. The central character of the novel is known as the best creation by its author. That forms the most important reason to read this book.

  2. You are interested in knowing the life of a Cafe Society girl or an American Geisha.

  3. Your curiosity about why would a girl dream of having breakfast at Tiffany’s one day is killing you. (It’s not for diamonds and jewelry.)

  4. Half the women author knew claimed to be the model for his lovable character from this book.

  5. You want to see the magic of a girl who is not just fashionable, glamorous, heartbreaker, wild, but also lonely and lost. She will surely cast a spell on you.

  6. You will learn how we belong to each other.

Best Quote

“I don’t want to own anything until I find a place where me and things go together.

Continue Reading

A Thousand Splendid Suns

a thousand splendid suns book review

a thousand splendid suns book review 

Author: Khaled Hosseini

Genre: Fiction

Favorite Character: Mariam

It is a book by Afghan-born American author Khaled Hosseini, published in 2007. It becoming a number one New York Times bestseller for fifteen weeks following its release.

What Should I Read Next?

8 Reasons Why It Is Your Next Book

  1. Have you ever wondered about life in Afghanistan? How have the people there endured so many tragedies? How the women there suffered so much gender-based violence and still flourished? This book is going to give you a peek into their society.

  2. The story is about the mother-daughter bond but this mother-daughter duo isn’t like any other you have seen or read so far.

  3. You are interested in knowing how the entry of Taliban in Afghanistan affected the Afghani people or how the imposition of Sharia law affected the local woman.

  4. You are curious to know what happened when American President, George W. Bush declared war on their country.

  5. Ever imagined the life of a burqa-clad woman in Afghanistan who was beaten beyond recognition and still survived, who suffered like no one could and still had her spirits undefeated, who was herself deprived of love but still all she was able to give others was unconditional love. This is one such heartbreaking story about that.

  6. What is the life of an illegitimate child in a strict-law following middle eastern country?

  7. It’s a story not just about the life of a woman in Afghanistan but also the role they play in their society.

  8. It is going to tell you how powerful emotions are and even in troubled countries like Afghanistan, love was solving all the problems.


Best Quote

“One could not count the moons that shimmer on her roofs,

Or the thousand splendid suns that hide behind her walls.”

Continue Reading
Close Menu