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
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 Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle definitely opens with heavy action and with a loud band. The seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is another Bourne…
There was a lot of anticipation with The Girl in the Spider’s Web since the series of Millinneum was returning after quite a big break and…
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
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.
Arc of a Scythe is a good series to invest as both the language and the narration technique keeps it engaging and interesting. If second book, Thunderhead is anything to go by, then i can’t wait for the third book in the series.
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…
The best part of the book, This Is Our Story is till its middle. Till the author squeezes in the cheesy romance angle and dropping the focus and track of the book in an instant. This is is not to say that the book was a complete miss but that it left a feel of incompletness
As I finished Dont Look Back by Jennifer L. Armentrout, the first thing that came to my mind was that it was definitely a true thriller. The book kept pushing itself into more and more suspense that after a point it was impossible to put down the book.
Only one word comes to my mind when talking about this book. Childish. It was a bit weird as to how the book right away jumped to the action.No easing or introducing to the paranormal factor or the general scenarios of the plot. Simply getting over with the story as quickly as possible
Well i will have to completely agree and appreciate the tagline Sherlock meets Dr.who. It indeed was a meeting of the two and a good one at that. The center character jackaby truly exuded the mannerisms of an young sherlock in a lot of ways and all those supernatural elements simply makes it more exciting and crisp
The plot is definitely cliche but somehow the ending make it worth it because the core mystery was kept so intact and secretively that it alone makes up for whatever negative you may feel about the book. All i say is that it is a quick read.
The book is a quick, fun ride and you don’t even have to worry about the books the books that precedes or succeeds this book in the series because it is good as an standalone and doesn’t leave you with major cliffhangers.