Year: 2017
2018

2018: Challenges and plans for the year

I know, yet another new year is here!! If you know anything about me, you should have guessed...
Come Sundown

Book review: Come Sundown

You know what makes a winter night cozier? Hot chocolate? Yeah, that too but more so a romance. It...

Book Review: Tribal Affairs

If you are a fan of YA fantasy, then you should pick this book Tribal Affairs right away. Even if you are not, try the book you might end up liking it thanks to its interesting narration. 

Book review: An Unexpected Afterlife

What if you were resurrected and your religious world was all ready to believe in it until you literally are resurrected? Would they understand you are the one that fulfills that prophecies? How would the modern world accept it?

Happy Birthday Stephen King!

My relationship with the King of Horror has not been smooth. I read my first King, Gerald’s Game when I was about twelve. Yes, yet another of those books I had laid my hands when I was not supposed to.

Book Review: The handmaid’s tale

Book Review: The handmaid’s tale

Dystopia has never been my preferred genre, thanks to the very many badly written YA literature strewn around the world that befalls into the said genre. My problem with the genre is that they are unrealistic and too far fetched to live through the book. Yet there...

Review:The Virgin Suicides

Review:The Virgin Suicides

There are some books that we read because someone recommended them to you. Or maybe because you read about them somewhere or you found them read by someone you know. And there are some that you pick out of curiosity. Many times they end up making you feel sorry for...

Review: 13 Reasons Why

Review: 13 Reasons Why

Everyone I know has been raving about the TV series. I have always fallen for books that had characters that dealt with dark, depressed and suicidal thoughts. I don't think anyone likes happy, chirpy teenagers anymore. Oh we also...

Book review: A Caribbean Mystery

Book review: A Caribbean Mystery

What do you do when you are on a fully paid vacation at the Caribbeans, especially if you are escaping the long, dreary, cold England weather? Swim a bit, enjoy the sun, meet the locales? Nah, if you are Miss Marple. You know Miss Marple don'tcha? She is the elderly...

Book review: Forsaken

Book review: Forsaken

Who in their right mind would reach out for a horror novel when they already know that they are not sleeping well at night? Who chases witches when they are being haunted by demons in their own nightmares? No one, except yours truly I suppose. But again how does one...

Book review: 4:50 from Paddington

Book review: 4:50 from Paddington

One cannot go wrong with an Agatha Christie, can they? Of all the projects that I have started and left midway, reading the entire Agatha Christie collection was the one that I almost came close to completing. Maybe I was near completing it only because I had started...

Book review: India Shining

Book review: India Shining

While the entire blogger fraternity is going crazy with their resolutions to read more and blog more, it has been almost a month since I have read anything, much longer since I reviewed. Though it is unlike me to not pick a book for such a long time, especially when I...