Book Review: Trickery by Jaymin Eve (Curse of the Gods #1)

You have got to love the girl because she has got a mouth and man oh man don’t she know how to use it.I am going to be frank and say that I hadn’t heard about the book before and probably wouldn’t even have tried it. The book was a recommendation from my book god , Crimson and if she recommends I simply go for the book without any questions asked or even reading synopsis. Period.

Book Review: The List by Siobhan Vivian

The List has an extremely powerful message in it if one has the patience to stick around. The pace is not helpful while reading the book because after a certain point it just starts drooping a bit. At times the characters stops making a solid point and each of them just comes on to the screen read their lines and then blurs out. No one and nothing stands out

Book Review: Confess by Colleen Hoover

I initially wanted to tag it as another cotton candy romance, all fluffy, pink and sweet. To my surprise inspite of being all that the book actually had a deeper story to it which totally changed the game for me. Confess by Colleen Hoover has a good flow and a smooth storytelling technique that makes the reading of this book quite enjoyable.

Book Review: The Hidden Oracle by Rick Riordan (The Trials of Apollo #1)

Why do you pick a Rick Riordian book? Simple. The humour. Oh yes and to learn about greek gods too. Admit it. The guy just tickles your laughter bone like crazy. The series itself is amazing and a good way for you to get accustomed to all the greek gods and the lores attached with them. Mixed with the author’s humour the book is a crazy riot

Book Review: Of Beast and Beauty by Stacey Jay

A retelling of the classic beauty and the beast tale, although nothing like the original classic. But i guess that is the point of these retellings, to be not like the original.The book takes a while to settle down and you need to wait till then to ease yourself to the story. In a way i would still say that the plots lay unhinged and raw at certain areas

Book Review: All the Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood

This is the most creepiest and uncomfortable book that i have ever read in my life. Well of course i have read stories that have been uncomfortable and harsh but then those don’t make you rub yourself with fire because somewhere beneath you see a good spark in all those creepy or hard hitting plot. For this book , it was dirt beneath dirt and making it even more worse

Book Review: Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff (The Nevernight Chronicle #2)

An extraordinary heroine makes this book absolutely worth reading. The language and narration technique is a bit different and definitely requires a bit of effort to get used to. Once in, then you are for a treat. Although the footnotes can be a bit sneaky devil, distracting you from the main book.

Book Blog Tour Coverage : The Guardian by Anna del Mar

Title: The Guardian Genre: Romantic Suspense Author: Anna del Mar Website: www.annadelmar.com Publisher: Mermaid Press Purchase links: Amazon / Kobo / Nook  From the Amazon Bestseller author of The Asset and The Stranger, comes The Guardian. Game Warden Matthias Hawking is a decorated ex-SEAL engaged in a grueling fight against ruthless Continue Reading

Book review : Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

For all those who love norse mythology, you might want to hold on a bit. While you approach the book, dont  expect this book to give you full in depth knowledge of the Norse Mythology. Neil Gaiman definitely brings you norse mythology but trust me it wouldn’t be enough, if you Continue Reading

Book Review : The Jeera Packer by Prashant Yadav

First of all a huge thanks to the author for sharing the book with me and a huge apology for delaying my review by almost an year. Jesus!! Talk about trying the patience of an author 🙁 The Jeera Packer by Prashant Yadav – Official Synopsis I once changed the Continue Reading

Book Review: The Opposite of You by Rachel Higginson (Opposites Attract #1)

Its a romance cooked up in the food world and comes with all the essential flavours and ingredients but nothing peculiar to make it a star dish. The Opposite of You by Rachel Higginson- Official Synopsis I’ve sworn off men. All men. Famous last words, right? You’re expecting some epic Continue Reading

Book Review: Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth (Carve the Mark #1)

Prepare yourself to embark on a world that makes no sense and fails to even stand upright on one’s imagination Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth – Official Synopsis In a galaxy powered by the current, everyone has a gift. Cyra is the sister of the brutal tyrant who rules Continue Reading

Book Review: Winter by Marissa Meyer (The Lunar Chronicles #4)

The series is one of the best retellings i have ever stumbled upon. Right from CInder, the series has delivered the perfect read. The Cinder series is unique in the way it balances the original fairy tale that is being retold and combining it with a completely new dystopian story. Continue Reading