Tag: ARC

  • The Justice by Nikhil Khasnabish – A book review

    Have you read The Justice by Nikhil Khasnabish? What other books can you suggest that are written by survivors of rape and sexual assault?

  • Lies We Bury by Elle Marr – A book review

    Have you read Lies We Bury by Elle Marr? Do comparative titles work for you? What are you currently reading? Let us talk.

  • Vices/Virtues – A book review

    I know it has been quite a while since I wrote a review. Don’t worry I will be giving a detailed update on what kept me away from blogging and my readers in my Sunday Post, but for now you have an Indie review of Vices/Virtues to catch up on. About the book Book Name: […]

  • Book review: Clockmaker, The

    How far would you go for some peace and stability in your life if you have a family heirloom that has a life changing magical power to it? Would you choose to take the risk for the betterment or will gamble with the known problems of your life? The protagonist of The Clockmaker faces the […]

  • Review Shots: Middle Eastern Tales for children

    Remember my post about how I never got to read many Middle grade books when I was younger? It is time to change that, thanks for all the children’s books that I get to review on my blog. I am happy to say that I am enjoying the chance. Thanks to Medina Publishing, Middle East […]

  • Adulting the right way!: Mini Reviews

    As someone who loves to-do lists and makes a lists for making lists, in an attempt to control my chaotic life, I decided to read books that would help me doing that as the first books of the year. Yes I read three books already, and yes they were all non fiction. I am surprised […]

  • Book review: Bend Your Knees & Do Your Best

    Have you ever wished that you got a sign from the universe regarding a decision or how the things would go? I know I have. While you might believe in astrology and zodiac signs or not, but I am sure getting these signs would make life lot more simpler right? Kalyani gets such a foresighted […]

  • Book review: I’m not from Around Here

    Y’all by now should know that I have a weakness for World War II stories. My curiosity towards Holocaust and the tragedies related to that has lead me to some good books and several hours of random history lessons on the Internet. And I was offered by Ishai Kalinovsky to read an ARC of his […]

  • Book Review: Feel Me Fall

    Who can survive the mighty Amazon jungle – The strongest or the smartest? What determines your survival – teamwork or the survival of the fittest? How far would you go to survive and where would you stop and let go?

  • Book review: Waterboarding

    What happens if you lose a few of your memories, that you wanted to forget anyway? Is it worth knowing a few that have left you, all over again? Would it be worth it this time? Bragadeesh Prasanna tries to help us answer these questions through his new novel Waterboarding.