Published reviews

An allegory of the primordial myth of humankind's fall from Eden, fused with the subsequent, never-ceasing quest for truth and knowledge.

Simply a married man having an affair? Guess again! This book really captures the essence of life's pitfalls and highways, going way deeper.

A son seeks out his father in a new world teeming with magic and characters from all real and fictional races, waiting to be explored.

A heart-warming, ludicrous and turbulent story set in a world of fantasy where every character expresses humor and despair simultaneously.

Contemporary Fiction

Blind Alley

Yogesh Mali

Eight stories; eight genuine, entertaining depictions of life in an India entangled between past, present and future.

Delightfully thrilling, terrifyingly realistic, with the correct balance between dialogue and action, fantasy and reality.

A perilously intriguing journey that rips through the fabric of myth and history, unveiling a chaotically magical and intriguing reality.

A bold attempt at an explicit, postmodern adaptation of pirates, treasures and mermaids, that arguably falls quite off the mark.

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Karas Jim

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I have studied English and American literature for over six years, and I am currently completing a Master of Arts on English and American Studies. My studies include the ability of critical analysis of literary texts from different perspectives, adhering to different theories of reading.

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I am not a regular blogger. I analyze literature critically as part of my studies and as a hobby/semi-professional activity, and I occasionally write and post some literature of my own.

About me

I have studied English and American literature for over six years, and I am currently completing a Master of Arts on English and American Studies. My studies include the ability of critical analysis of literary texts from different perspectives, adhering to different theories of reading.

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