Book Review : Land of the Lonely by Sayanta Goswami

Land of the Lonely starts right with the main event and then proceeds towards the core aspect of the book. Which is Dealing with the way human mind works and the impact it feels after life altering events. Land of the Lonely official Synopsis Balurghat . . . December 2012 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: 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 : 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: 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 : 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 : Solo (James Bond – Extended Series #46) by William Boyd

The name is Bond. James Bond. Yes its 007 and he is going solo. To be honest my brush with 007 is through the movie series and have never actually met the real 007. Meaning the original books. So i don’t know how this version of William Boyd’s Bond is Continue Reading

Book Review: The Cuckoo’s Calling (Cormoran Strike #1) by Robert Galbraith (Pseudonym), J.K. Rowling

Can i be brutal and directly say that The Cuckoo’s Calling has to be the most boring book i had to read. The book seemed to be just going on and on and never seem to be nearing its end. The interwoven stories just keep coming on and on. The Continue Reading