Tag: Own voice

  • Ayesha At Last by Uzma Jalaluddin – A book review

    You all know how exciting it is for me to read a Pride and Prejudice retelling. Especially since I heard it was about Indians Muslims settled in Canada, I had wanted to check this one. So can we talk about Ayesha At Last by Uzma Jalaluddin? About the book Book Name: Ayesha At Last Author: […]

  • 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 sometimes our family gets a huge say in these things. There are things that we all have in common and then there are some gaps. The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo talks a lot about religion and […]

  • Joy luck club, The – A book review

    I reading about China in The Joy luck club last year without knowing that I would be spending a month in Macau (a country that is still a part of Chinese government) soon after I finished it! Has this ever happened to you? So how did it fare on my chart? Let us find out. […]

  • Book review: Very Large Expanse of Sea, A

    I just realized it has been a while since I reviewed a romance book and I am here today to rectify that situation. I picked up A Very Large Expanse of Sea by Tahereh Mafi with a similar motive. That and the fact that about three billion of fellow book bloggers and bookstagrammers decided to […]

  • 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! About […]

  • The hate u give by Angie Thomas: A Book review

    Have you read The hate you give by Angie Thomas? What are your favorite young adult books? Do you read young adult books? Let’s chat.

  • Book Review: When Dimple Met Rishi

    Do you know what is the overused word that I have been dreading to hear or read about a book? Nerds. Thanks to John Green, Chetan Bhagat and the likes, I am pushed to cringe physically when someone describes themselves as nerds. So when every book blogger I adore went crazy reviewing about the new […]