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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.

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...

Book review: The Sentimental Terrorist

Book review: The Sentimental Terrorist

If I had to list out the top ten of my most favorite books, at least two would be about Afghanistan. Given their rich and diverse culture and complex history, it has always been a pleasure reading about the country. So when I got the review request for The Sentimental...

Book Review: Metro Diaries – 2

Book Review: Metro Diaries – 2

If you have been in the webs of the internet for a while, then you should be struck by the writer bug like many of us have. There you go I said what I desperately try not to get attached to 'writer' tag. I write (type) a wee bit, and surely not what I could tag on as...

Book Review: Meet Me in Paris

Book Review: Meet Me in Paris

One of the many reasons we read fiction is to escape the reality called life. Reading a memoir is like reading fiction for me, as it doesn't happen to me or anyone I know. For instance, I didn't realize Memoirs of a Geisha was an actual memoir until I completed it...

Book Review: Fluence

Book Review: Fluence

I have wondered time and again of a world without a government, or without the rules as we know. Most dystopian novels help us have a glimpse of such a world but a very few makes us wish they were true. Go ahead read if Fluence made the cut. Book Name: Fluence Author:...

Book Review: My DisOrganised Life

Book Review: My DisOrganised Life

I have promised myself to try out new authors and try not to be a book snob, as hard as I can.  When I saw the book on Netgalley I was so drawn to the cover and decided that I have to get / read My DisOrganised Life. I have never read any of the author's books but...

A Dog’s Tale: A Book Review

A Dog’s Tale: A Book Review

Can you name one book that you love with all your heart and would not mind recommending it to any one, regular readers or not? For me it would be A Dog's Tale by Mark Twain. Care to read why I love it so much? Read on. About the book Title: A Dog's Tale Author: Mark...

Book review: Younger

Book review: Younger

Never ask a lady about her age, goes the adage. So what is it between a woman and her age? Why can't they just get over it and go on living their lives? Isn't age just a number? 'It isn't!' says Alice. Go ahead read her life's story in Younger. Title: Younger Author:...

Book Review: The book thief

Book Review: The book thief

I had been hearing rad reviews about The Book Thief for a while now from everywhere, thanks to its movie namesake. I knew I would like it, as it has been repeatedly suggested by like minded friends as well, but was holding back from jumping into for want of time....