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The Kinship of Secrets by Eugenia Kim – A book review

Have you read The Kinship of Secrets by Eugenia Kim? Can you recommend some books set in a war background? Let us talk.

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Red at the Bone by Jacqueline Woodson – A book review

Have you read Red at the Bone by Jacqueline Woodson? What other hyped books that have lived up to your expectations recently? Let us talk.

Book Review: Waking Isabella

Book Review: Waking Isabella

You all know how am kinda obsessed about reading books set in different countries currently. Though I do not explicitly search for them I am paying attention to the locations these days. I think it is partly due to the fact that I am re-learning the forgotten...

Book review: Degrees of Love

Book review: Degrees of Love

What more would you want when everyone thinks you seem to have it all? Degrees of Love is a women's fiction that follows the life of Susan Sinclair and her journey into self-discovery after spending almost a decade and a half trying to be there for her family and...

Book review: Second Chance

Book review: Second Chance

Why are some people rude to people without thinking twice? Do they realize the effects of their actions on others' lives? Do they know they are hurting, belittling and may even pushing the other person to the edge? And most of importantly, would they change their...

Book review: Second Acts

Book review: Second Acts

Second Acts could be your summer read, the one that you wanna read when you miss your friends in real life or the one you read during your daily commute.

Book review: Harappa – Curse of the Blood River

Book review: Harappa – Curse of the Blood River

I am known to be avoiding the fantasy genre for a while, these days. The number of blood sucking vampires and werewolves and dragons have gone too many on my ARCs shelves that I even have lost count of them. So when I was approached for the review of Harappa - Curse...

Book Review: Swing Time

Book Review: Swing Time

Like most readers my to be read list seems never ending, and I have lost hope that I would ever clear it off. On the other hand, my to be reviewed list is not too long but as I do not follow any hard rules in picking the book from that list to review, the books I...

Book Review: Standard Deviation

Book Review: Standard Deviation

They do say opposites attract, don't they? Maybe they are right. But do they stick together when the roof falls? No, I am not talking about the teenage crushes where the hot headed guy falls for the shy bookstore sales girl. I am talking about older ones, the real...

A man called Ove: A Book review

A man called Ove: A Book review

Are you looking for a feel good and easy read? For the first time ever, I am not gonna spoil you with choices, confuse the heck out of you or load your arms with books that would last for a year. Pick A man called Ove right now and get reading. About the book Book...