Three-Fifths by John Vercher: Book Review

Three-Fifths is an engaging thriller with sophisticated characters, well blended with general fiction, crime, and present time issues. It explores identity, racism, and class stereotypes. It’ll make one ponder on the effect of racism on families, and the appearance of identities. Bobby, a twenty-two-year-old biracial man, is hiding his identity since his childhood, for the … Continue reading Three-Fifths by John Vercher: Book Review

The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon: Book Review

I’ve finally completed this magnificent standalone fantasy of over eight hundred pages after reading it for over a month. The book is so captivating that I was hardly reading anything alongside it. Well, I had finished it five days back but was contemplating on how to put down my appreciation for this big book in … Continue reading The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon: Book Review

Dismantle by Shlomo Maital: Book Review

Title: Dismantle: How to deconstruct your mind and build a personal creativity machine Author: Shlomo Maital Publisher: HarperCollins India Publishing Date: 30th December 2018  My Rating: 3.5 stars Links: Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter Facebook   “Creative people are creative each in their own way.” This book will not tell you how to have creative ideas … Continue reading Dismantle by Shlomo Maital: Book Review

The Farm by Joanne Ramos: Book Review

Title: The Farm Author: Joanne Ramos Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishers Publishing Date: 18th May 2019  My Rating: 3 stars Links: Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter Facebook The Farm is about surrogacy, bearing a child of another woman against an attractive amount of money. It’s a business, a reality, trading of womb against a luxury. Mae Yu, an … Continue reading The Farm by Joanne Ramos: Book Review