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Mrs. Everything – A book review

I picked Mrs. Everything without any idea what the general theme was about and I was pleasantly...
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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: Younger

Book review: Younger

Never ask a lady about her age, goes the adage. So what is it between a woman and her age? Why can't they just get over it and go on living their lives? Isn't age just a number? 'It isn't!' says Alice. Go ahead read her life's story in Younger. Title: Younger Author:...

Book review: Ivy’s Envy

Book review: Ivy’s Envy

Book: Ivy's EnvyAuthor: Latashia FigueroaGenre: Fiction - HorrorMain Characters: Ivy, Thomas Miles, Grandma ShirleySeries: Want & Decay Trilogy # 1I have always liked reading horror and psychological thrillers, but when I read the blurb of Ivy's Envy I was not...

Book Review: Sea Glass

Book Review: Sea Glass

  Sea Glass is a historical fiction set during the periods of Great Depression of 1930s at the USA and it is effect on the villagers of Ely Falls. I finished the book only when I was travelling in train - so took not more than 6 hours. I no longer remember where I...

Book Review: An Abundance of Katherines

Book Review: An Abundance of Katherines

So there is this book. You hear rad reviews about the author. His quotes are everywhere. And you pick it with all high hopes. Just to be sorely disappointed. Still you read on hoping it would get better. You are bored. You start doubting if it was you. You continue...

Book Review: Lola and the Boy Next Door

Book Review: Lola and the Boy Next Door

caI quickly needed a short and sunny read to wash out the bad after taste of the last book I read, and I picked out 'Lola and the Boy Next Door on an impulse. I had wanted to read the Anna and the French kiss before this book, being the first of the series and all,...

Book Review: Dark Places

Book Review: Dark Places

I just realized there are few authors that I fall in love right from their first book that I can lay my hands on, and then they go on to make me stay in love (unlike the people in real life, but that is a story for another time), with every one of their other books. I...

Book Review: And the Mountains Echoed

Book Review: And the Mountains Echoed

I just have to begin with I love Khaled Hossieni. There is something magical (sounds cliche I know) about his writing, his choice of words, metaphors and not the least the portrayal of human emotions. This is the second book of his that I am reading (and his third...

Book Review: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

Book Review: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

I confess. I picked the book only for the intriguing title, and as it was long since I read a teen romance, I was fully geared up to read the e-book. In fact, again I read this book under the bed covers after midnight. Aah, don't worry it is yet another short book so...