Tag: friendship

  • Under a Painted Sky – A book review

    Have you read Under a Painted Sky by Stacey Lee? Did you love it and why? What are the other historical fictions that you loved recently?

  • The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary – A book review

    I picked The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary more than six months ago from the airport bookstore and carried it with me during my travels last year. But when I finally started reading it earlier this month, I knew it was a mistake. It was a mistake to have waited so long to read it. Yes, […]

  • How to Build a Heart – A book review

    Remember a few weeks ago, I was on a reading spree? Yup, the rare occasion. So I picked up How to Build a Heart by Maria Padian on Netgalley and even I was surprised that I finished it so fast. But was it good enough? Read ahead to know more.  About the book Book Name: […]

  • Convenience Store Woman – A book review

    I recently read The Travelling Cat Chronicles by Hiro Arikawa and loved it, and I picked Convenience Store Woman on a whim hoping it will continue that streak. Let us get on with the review to know if it did, shall we? About the book Book Name: Convenience Store Woman Author: Sayaka Murata, Ginny Tapley Takemori (Translator) […]

  • Travelling Cat Chronicles, The – A book review

    Cats scare me terribly! I have nightmares about them. I might have even walked around an entire block to avoid getting anywhere near them (more than once). Naturally, I was skeptical about picking The Travelling Cat Chronicles by Hiro Arikawa, thanks to a friend’s persistent recommendation. Read on to find how that turned out for […]

  • Before I let go by Marieke Nijkamp: A Book review

    Have you read Before I let go by Marieke Nijkamp? Would pace of the book make you like or dislike it? Have you read this one? Let us talk.

  • My top favorite Sidekicks who deserve a shoutout

    Do you think these sidekicks are cooler than the leads? Give them a shout out. Did I include your favorite fictional sidekick? Let me know if I had missed anyone.

  • 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. 

  • 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.

  • Younger by Pamela Redmond Satran: Book review

    Have you read Younger by Pamela Redmond Satran? What about the TV series adaptation of Younger, have you watched it? Let us talk.