Book Review : And So Can You by DR ROOPLEEN

First of all a huge thanks to the author and the team for sharing me the copy of the book and giving me the opportunity to experience the wealth of life like lessons that this book offers.And So can You truly justifies its title as the book is a collection Continue Reading

Driven by Desire by Shilpa Suraj

The book was hilarious . well what do you expect from a book where the characters are falling from sky. Like literally. You open the book to its first chapter and first paragraph literally see the characters falling from sky or falling to the ground. If that is not an interesting opening to a book then i don’t know what is. I loved Driven by Desire. It was cute. it was fun and it was adorable

I owed you one by Madhu Vajpayee

I did enjoy the book and apart from the part that my copy of the book had major parts missing in terms of misprinting leaving me bereft of the crucial plot developments, i had enjoyed the book and felt was an amazing story to invest you time in. it had an actual story to tell. read on my take of I owed you one by Madhu Vajpayee

Crazy For Alice by Alex Dunn

I got this book through my newly revived net galley account and this was the first book i had landed on. I am still not sure as to what attracted me to the book. Perhaps my reason behind picking the book, Crazy for Alice lies somewhere between the impact of the cover and the name or perhaps the synopsis.  But what ever the reason was, i loved this book. Scratch that. I lived this book yes LIVED.. it was that alluring

Book Review : Terracotta Dreams by Monalisa Joshi

What a name for a wonderful book. A huge thanks to the author for sharing in her work of art with me . Yes that’s what the book was for me . A work of art that was created with words. And what a mighty magical world she has created Continue Reading

Book Review : The Last Chai (Nation at War Series #1) by Varun T.

The Last chai is bold and unabashedly so but in while The Last Chai by Varun T. is an amazing thriller and resembles closely to home and its scenario with its name droppings. A fast paced thriller, The Last Chai is a good entertaining read.

Book Review : The Soldier Prince (Royals of Stellangård Saga #1) by Aarti V. Raman

The Soldier Prince by Aarti V. Raman couldn’t have come at a better time than this. The whole world is still under the hangover of The Royal wedding and this book can be the perfect cure for all those who still hasn’t got over the royal romance. Catch the review of the book with RWAT

Book Review : Saladin and Silver: Book 2 of the Saladin Series by Koos Verkaik

First of all a huge thanks to the author for providing me with the book, Saladin and Silver , The second book in the Saladin series. Also thank you for allowing me to experience such an amazing series. Saladin and Silver is like 8th or 9th book from author’s work that Continue Reading

Undelivered Letters by J. Alchem

The book is like collections of short stories and interestingly these are stories inside another stories which in turn is weaved into an even bigger story. Sounds confusing ? Not at all. In fact this becomes the best part of the book as even without you knowing there are multiple stories linking each other everything seems flowing in a sync

Book Review : Kartikeya: The Destroyer’s Son by Anuja Chandramouli

A huge thanks to the author for sharing me her beautiful work and giving me the opportunity to experience her work and express my honest opinion of her work. Mythology is a very delicate subject to handle, since, these stories are carved into the hearts of million so strong that 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