Category: Book Review

A Pinch of Magic by Michelle Harrison #BookReview

Three sisters. Three magical objects. A curse ~ You can sum up ‘A Pinch of Magic’ by¬†Michelle Harrison¬†just like that! I’ve been trying to read this book for three months. But the blame is solely on me and not the book because I was hit by a bad reading slump. …

The Runaway Bridegroom #BookReview

I have read many books written by Sundari Venkataraman and every single time I say this, she always brilliantly addresses some social issue or other through her stories. I think that’s the USP of her books. The Runaway Bridegroom is no exception. This post contains affiliate links which means if …

Love in the Time of Affluenza #BookReview

Love in the Time of Affluenza revolves around the lives of Natasha, her aristocratic husband and her friend Trisha. Natasha is a beautiful woman, married to Varun- an actual Prince, and is a mom to three kids. She is a prolific writer who sacrificed her career to take care of …

7 Reasons Why I Love Roald Dahl’s Matilda

The 13th of September was Roald Dahl’s birthday and I decided to read Matilda. I was so impressed by the book that I now realize what a wasted childhood I had without having read the book. What I immediately did soon after I read Matilda was checking Netflix for its …

11 Books To Get Lost In This #NationalBookLoversDay

Today, the 9th of August is National Book Lovers Day! How are you planning to celebrate the bibliophile in you? All I want to do is perch on a chair on that cozy little corner that I have set up for reading. I will gather one of the several books …

Raavan- Enemy of Aryavarta #BookReview

When Amish Tripathi came up with the first book in the Meluha series – The Immortals of Meluha, I went gaga over it like most of us. It was a refreshing take on Indian history and mythology and Lord Shiva being portrayed as a mortal was appealing rather than alarming. …

The Nine-Chambered Heart by Janice Pariat #BookReview

Ever since the beginning of this year, I had been reading some great books. Thanks to all the Reading Challenges that I am part of and of course, the recommendations through bookstagram. I came across this book when I was scrolling up and down on an online bookstore. The title …

5 Iconic Literary Villains

Literary Villains are meant to horrify us. These fictional bad guys are complex characters, all-out evil and vile. From The Joker to Sauron to the White Witch of Narnia to Lord Voldemort, we have had a fair share of them in our books. Today, I am going to pick five …

To Sir, With Love

E.R. Braithwaite’s To Sir With Love is one of the first autobiographical books I’ve read. It was back in my school days when our English teacher asked the class to grab this book from the school library and give it a read, in turns. We were to have a discussion …

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