If you’re one of those readers who feel lively in stories, has a profound devotion for book characters, dream to be in books, who explores bookshops and bookstores for the next good read, who love books about books, then this is the book to fall in love with. Dear Reader is an endearing book about … Continue reading Dear Reader by Cathy Rentzenbrink: Book Review
Writers & Lovers is the story of Casey Peabody, who recently lost her mother, has defaulting student loans, is struggling to finish her novel she’s been writing for six years, and her in and out relationships with two men at the same time. The book precisely represents the life of a thirty-year-old woman in mess, … Continue reading Writers & Lovers by Lily King: Book Review
How should I convince you to read this book? Just read it! Will it do? It is hard to put down into words how satisfying this read was. It’s a remarkable, thoughtful, and powerful book that deserves to be on your shelf. A must-read book, if it is what you call for the book that … Continue reading A Woman is No Man by Etaf Rum: Book Review
A Man Called Ove is a lovely and heart-warming story of an old crabby man of fifty-nine years. He wakes up daily at the same routine, has inflexible ideas, and a boiling temper. He is a cranky yet funny, rude, and yet tender man who is alone, unhappy; who, continually tried taking his life after … Continue reading A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman: Book Review
Kaginele’s book is a powerful narrative exploring identity, immigration, cultures, and nationalities. It was first published in Kannada in 2017 and was awarded Karnataka Sahitya Academy Award 2017. It’s a book impelling you to look at the migration issues and their racial truth through the view of a doctor; the state of the medical profession … Continue reading Hijab by Guruprasad Kaginele: Book Review
I read Saving Missy by Beth Morrey in March and extremely loved it. It is one of those books I’ll surely add to my most loved books of this year. I’m so thrilled to have Beth here on my blog. In this interview, Beth shares about how Saving Missy surfaced, her book publishing process, her … Continue reading Interview with Beth Morrey
You’re looking for a book that reminds you why you read in the first place. One written well and that will feel like it was written just for you- one that will make you think about things in a new way, or feel things you didn’t expect a book to make you feel, or see … Continue reading How I choose books to read.
Title: A Long Way Home Author: Mitali Meelan Publisher: HarperCollins India Publishing Date: 10th November 2018 My Rating: 4 stars Links: Facebook Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter A long walk Home rests on a story of a genuine working-class family where having a good Job and earning a decent salary stands above the passion and dreams. It … Continue reading A Long Way Home by Mitali Meelan: Book Review
Title: Tarikshir: The Awakening Author: Khayaal Patel Publisher: Westland Publications Publishing Date: 20th August 2018 My Rating: 3.5 stars Links: Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter An insatiate monkey called Valikesh found himself at the site of Ravana’s palace after he survived the war between Lord Ram and Ravana’s army. His greed made him detain a powerful … Continue reading Tarikshir: The Awakening by Khayaal Patel: Book Review
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