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The Bride test by Helen Hoang- A book review

You know I loved The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang last year and I knew I was gonna love The bride...
Feature Poet X Elizabeth Acevedo review

The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo – A book review

How religious are you and how interested were in God as a teen? Our experiences may vary and...

Yes no maybe so – A book review

What turns a book good to great? I would love reading a predictable story if it has awesome, well developed characters. Is that what happened with Yes no maybe so? I am not hinting anything! Read on to find out more.

Book review: The Unexpected Everything

Book review: The Unexpected Everything

Do you believe in the Murphy's Law that says 'there is no perfect plan'? I do. And I do it with such vigor that I dread making plans. And reading about Type A personalities that have all their plans fail does no good to me at all. Yet the things we do for the love of...

Ten Quotes From Banned And Challenged Books

Ten Quotes From Banned And Challenged Books

The American Library Association celebrates the Banned Book week 2018 between September 23 to 29 this year. Of course everyone knows that, it has been the talk of the book blogger world for the past few weeks. Why am I, someone who doesn't live in the USA , posting...

One of us is lying: A Book review

One of us is lying: A Book review

Do you know who is up to date on all book trends and posts reviews as soon as they finish a book? Not me. Even when I rarely catch up with trend and read something that everyone likes and raves about, everything doesn't go as smoothly as planned. Let us take the...

Book Review: The Fourth Monkey Killer

Book Review: The Fourth Monkey Killer

It is no secret that I love a serial killer and of course a good cop chase. specially when I receive a book from an author I already have read and loved who now promises an 'impossible to catch' psychopath. Well I had to grab the chance to read The Fourth Monkey...

Book review: They Both Die at the End

Book review: They Both Die at the End

What would do if you get to know you have about 24 hours before you die? Would you make your peace with it and get on with it? Would you amend your ways and be the best version of yourself?  Set in the near dystopian future, a company is capable of forecasting...

Book review: Love, Hate and Other Filters

Book review: Love, Hate and Other Filters

Nothing screams a vacation like curling up with a cozy, sweet romance right? The title Love, Hate And Other Filters shouted out me as just what I needed to try and enjoy the hot, sultry summer in the southern part of India. And you what enticed me more - Love, Hate...

Book Review: The Geography of You and Me

Book Review: The Geography of You and Me

I remember staying up all through the night reading the author's earlier work (The Statistical Probability Of Love At First Sight) few years ago and I hoped The Geography of You and Me would help me repeat the experience. Did it fulfill the promise? Read on to know...

Book review: Camino Island

Book review: Camino Island

Reading and learning new things about the publishing world has been a great interest of mine, as it should be for all book nerds, for a while now. And it might not come out as a surprise that I love a thriller and the good ol' chase. How would it be if these were...

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...