Book Review : Fate of Eight by Dhiraj Singh

Fate of Eight is amazingly intricate in its plot weaving. The one thing that fascinated me about the book was how the basic structure of the book was so interesting crafted to form the base of an amazingly thrilling plot. To me the book outshined because of the basic structure Continue Reading

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 Wrath and the Dawn by Renée Ahdieh (The Wrath and the Dawn #1)

I can’t remember for how long this book had been catching dust in my TBR pile. Everytime I would reach out for the book, I would get distracted with some other books and dropping it again for the dust bunnies to feed. I think I picked the book at a Continue Reading

Book Review : Spellslinger by Sebastien de Castell (Spellslinger #1)

Sebastien de Castell you are an evil genius. Simply genius for crafting a story that is not only so unique but can be a path breaker. There was nothing for me in the book, Spellslinger, that was predictable or I felt was headed in the direction that usually the books Continue Reading

Book Review: Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco (Stalking Jack the Ripper #1)

For months and years, I used to see the book practically on every book feeds, blogs, vlogs and insta feeds. I was always a bit dicey about picking this book because fearing that it would turn out to be a disappointing experience. I almost screamed in anger when I realised Continue Reading

Book Review: Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo (The Shadow and Bone Trilogy #1)

She is the queen. Leigh Bardugo is the queen for me.I am ready to build a temple for her for simply creating these fabulous work of art. I was hooked to Shadow and Bone from the very first page that’s how quickly I fell for this series. well technically, I Continue Reading

Book Review: Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin (Serpent & Dove #1)

Where do i get a refund for the book ? Seriously, The way the book starts, You would start building your expectations only to be get splashed by cold water after mere two chapters when you see the book coming down to usual antics of paranormal romance and that too without Continue Reading

Book Review : Under the Shade of the Banyan Tree by Simi K. Rao

First of all a huge thanks to the author and the team for allowing me to experience a beautiful and unique piece of work. Under the shade of the Banyan tree was a mixed bag for me. You can’t exactly call it a work of poetry or a collection of Continue Reading

Book review: Storm and Fury (The Harbinger #1) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Oh Its storm and fury alright ! Just watch me cook up a storm with fury because of picking up another book that had exactly the same thing to say. To the expressions, the clothes to even dialogues, letter by letter, word by word, Storm and fury is yet another Continue Reading

Book Review: The Girl in Red by Christina Henry

Genius. Simply Genius. Its like the author had taken notes on how the usual book heroines behaved and created a character that would do completely opposite of it.  An amazing and on point book that could definitely be a trailblazer for Dystopian. Read this book only for Red, Our heroine Continue Reading

Book Review : The Bones of Avignon (Body Farm #7) by Jefferson Bass

The bones of Avignon was a saving grace for me amidst so much of Paranormal romance that refuse to stay out of the cliche tracks. Before we start the review of the book, let me give out a Warning. This book is not for hardcore religious minds. I feel this Continue Reading

Book Review: A Night at Achanakmar by Paromita Goswami

First of all a huge thanks to the author and the team for sharing this wonderful book with me and giving the opportunity to share in my honest feedback on the same. Goosebumps. that’s how I will define the reading experience A Night at Achanakmar Official Synopsis Maya and her Continue Reading

Book Review: Who Killed the Murderer? by Moitrayee Bhaduri

First of all a huge thanks to the author and the team for sharing the opportunity to read the book, who killed the murderer, and express my honest take on it What amazed me about the whole plot was the fact that the author had practically thrown every character under Continue Reading

Book Review : From All The Directions- An inspiration turned into poetics by Shristy Sinha

First of all a huge thanks to the author for sharing me a copy of the book and allowing me to enjoy her creative outpours in form of poetry. The book for me was a mixed experience as there were parts I liked and there were parts I didn’t. But Continue Reading

Book Review : The Missing Fairy Princess by Walter Salvadore Pereira

The book did surprise me in many ways. Its a fantasy book that has fairies and witches. Oh not to forget a dragon too. I loved the plot which was quite interesting to sail through and had a freshness to it that made all the difference to the book.   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 : The Clockmaker by Paromita Goswami

The Clockmaker was definitely a unique story line and completely different from what i had expected it to be. I have read the author’s work before and compared to those, the clockmaker was a unique theme and approach. I have seen the amount of strength and work she weaves around Continue Reading

Book Review: Our Story of Love by Keshav Aneel

Admittedly, i am too close to the book, Our Story of Love, to be a fair reviewer. So let that be a fair warning before you indulge into this review and starts pointing fingers at me 😛 . just like the previous two books, the author has brought yet another Continue Reading