Book Review: Thorn by Intisar Khanani

A princess with two futures. A destiny all her own. Between her cruel family and the contempt she faces at court, Princess Alyrra has always longed to escape the confines of her royal life. But when she’s betrothed to the powerful prince Kestrin, Alyrra embarks on a journey to his Continue Reading

Book Review: The Silence Of The Girls by Pat Barker

  “The ancient city of Troy has withstood a decade under siege of the powerful Greek army, which continues to wage bloody war over a stolen woman—Helen. In the Greek camp, another woman—Briseis—watches and waits for the war’s outcome. She was queen of one of Troy’s neighboring kingdoms, until Achilles, Continue Reading

Book Review : 7 Prices for 7 Vices by Dhiraj Singh

First of all a huge thanks to the author and the team for sharing me a copy of the book and allow me to experience the writing and story. I was amazed as to how much was encompassed in this short book (though took an awful lot of time to Continue Reading

Book Review : Can’t Help Falling in Love by Prachi Gupta

First of all a huge thanks to the author for sharing her beautiful work with me.( Also thank you so much for not sending ninja assassins for delaying my feedback on the book )What better time than now to pick this book especially when valentine is around the corner and Continue Reading

Book review : Three Dark Crowns (Three Dark Crowns #1) by Kendare Blake

The book to me perfectly delivered on all the hypes and promises it had created. The book world was not wrong when it said that the book is worth one’s time. The book comes with a lot of twists and turns that makes the book absolutely addictive and worth diving Continue Reading

Book Review : End of Days (Penryn & the End of Days #3)by Susan Ee

I can’t believe that i am coming back to this series after a span of three years. Thats right. three years. But the moment i read the first paragraph i was pulled back into time and made me remember as to why i had almost pledged my first born to Continue Reading

Book review: That’s a Heart-Handle with care by Priyanka Bansal

First of all a huge thanks to the author for pointing out the book and her amazing work towards me. I loved the book for its ability to compile multiple romance stories into one and do so in a very effective and impressive manner That’s a Heart Official Synopsis This Continue Reading

Book review : The Hazel Wood (The Hazel Wood #1) by Melissa Albert

Brilliant. Thats all that is coming to me right now thinking back to the book. I mean it is sort of Alice in wonderland and has all that craziness but at the same time it is much more than that. I do not know how to exactly explain this book Continue Reading

Book Review : The Demon Magician by Alex Dunn

The demon Magician can be a good pick for you if you have been going through repetitive plots and are looking for something that is different to read. The only problem is that the book can be all about the surface. What you read is what you get. Read on our take of the book by Alex Dunn

Book Review : Origin (Robert Langdon #5) by Dan Brown

Hail the almighty author. He has done it again for me. Dan brown and Stephanie Meyer. These are the two authors who I consider as the main reason as to why I got into reading in the first place. It was twilight followed by Da Vinci code that flared the Continue Reading

Book Review : To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo

I truly didn’t had much expectations from this book but the moment I started reading this book, To Kill a Kingdom had hooked me completely and It wasn’t until I finished the book that I had breathed comfortable. The book completely caught me by surprise because I didn’t expect it to go on to become more and more enthralling. Read on our take of the book

Book Review : Say You’ll Remember Me by Katie McGarry

This is my third book from Katie McGarry and just as her previous books this too is based on bond created between two wounded souls and bringing in everything into their relationship. The romance of the book, Say You’ll Remember Me by Katie McGarry follows the same path that you may have encountered multiple times. Rich girl, poor boy versus the world.

Book Review : The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle definitely opens with heavy action and with a loud band. The seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is another Bourne identity syndrome. Waking up with complete memory loss and through the course of book trying to reveal the back stories The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Continue Reading

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

Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody

I don’t think the book was for me. I had completed the book, Daughter of the Burning City in three rounds and each time, i had to drop the book in the middle and then take it up later. Maybe the whole setting and the grotesque characters didn’t resonate with Continue Reading

Always and Forever Lara Jean (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before #3) by Jenny Han

Can you get overdosed on sugar? i guess you can. As you must be aware, Always and Forever Lara Jean is the third book in the series and i have been reading the whole series in one go so by the third book i guess i am kind of sugar overdosed and throwing rainbows and unicorns around. But Jokes apart the book is sweet and cute and perfect for a light summer romance read

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, #1) by Jenny Han

Practically everywhere I looked, people were either reading the book or have already read it . So I had placed the book in my must read before you die pile but just like every other book on that pile it kept gathering dust for years and it wasn’t until I Continue Reading

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 : Wonder Woman: Warbringer (DC Icons #1) by Leigh Bardugo

Well this is not exactly the  Gal Gadot movie where Whipping golden lasso just brightens the screen. Still Leigh bardugo’s inception of iconic Wonder Woman  is amazing. Catch my review of the first book in the DC icon Series