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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...
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One day in December- A book review

How do you feel about insta love or love at first sight? Well, that is what will make or break...
Book review: The Finishing Touches

Book review: The Finishing Touches

A real long time ago, I found Hester Browne out of nowhere and I could not get enough of her books. I read the Little Browne Agency and hunted down (after considerable difficulties) the rest of the books in the trilogy and completed all of them in less than a week's...

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...

Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows: A Book Review

Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows: A Book Review

I read Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows by Balli Kaur Jaswal before it took the book world by a storm. Ok not the book world, at least the book blogger community loved and everyone who read it raved it. But how did it fare on my scale? Let us get on to the review!...

Book review: Crooked House

Book review: Crooked House

When we hear about Agatha Christie's books we immediately associate them with Monsieur Poirot or Miss Marple or the lesser known Tuppence. I was pleasantly surprised that none of these characters would be appearing in Crooked House. To be honest I had never heard of...

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: 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: The Killing of Mummy’s Boy

Book Review: The Killing of Mummy’s Boy

How far would you let a stranger into your life? How far, if he was a convicted murderer? How far, if he would proclaim it in public?  About the book Book Name: The Killing of Mummy's Boy Author:  Joan Ellis Genre: Fiction - Thriller Characters: Sandra,...

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...

Book review: I am Ella. Buy Me

Book review: I am Ella. Buy Me

What would you do when nothing goes right in your life? What would you to keep your finance trouble at bay? No, I am not talking about my own life, but the life of Ella from the book I am Ella. Buy Me. Book: I am Ella. Buy Me Author: Joan Ellis Genre: Fiction -...