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: 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: 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: 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

Release Day Blitz-The Sinners by Sourabh Mukherjee

The Sinners by Sourabh Mukherjee ~ Release Day Blitz ~ 12th November       About the Book: Vikram Oberoi is found dead in his penthouse. A few hours ago, his involvement in a sex scandal in NexGen Technologies made headlines across the world. Who is behind the sinister conspiracy that 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 : 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 : Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa (Shadow of the Fox #1)

This book is truly an experience. You have to read the book to know what I mean. At first, I wasn’t sure that I was going to enjoy the book much but eventually, the book completely dragged me into it and proved to be a worthwhile experience. I loved the Continue Reading

Book Review : The Goddess Test by Aimee Carter (Goddess Test #1)

Greek mythology has been an obsession for me. The stories and retellings has always fascinated me. Thanks to Goddess test, i am going to look for a new obsession now. Seriously, i love you for ruining one of the most appealing and mysterious character of greek mythology for me. Hades. 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 Tour : COVER REVEAL- Guardian Angel by Ruchi Singh

~ Cover Reveal ~ Guardian Angel by Ruchi Singh The Man Security expert Nikhil Mahajan is in mortal danger. Gravely injured and unable to see, he is in the midst of hostile strangers in an unknown place. Any hope of survival is fast fading away. The Angel Should an innocent 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 Blitz Pack – When Our Worlds Meet Again by Aniesha Brahma

~ Book Blitz ~ When Our Worlds Meet Again by Aniesha Brahma 16th November 2018 About the Book: Two years after the events of ‘When Our Worlds Collide’, Zayn and Akriti are now leading extremely different lives. Akriti has come back from her stint at the business school and running 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

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

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