Book Reviews

A Court of Frost and Starlight by S.J. Maas

I haven't read the whole series so I won't say I really got everything about it but one thing I can tell is the book is undoubtedly interesting. When I started reading this book, I was introduced to Bookstagram crush Rhysand and after finishing the book I could understand why! ACOFAS is a bridge novella… Continue reading A Court of Frost and Starlight by S.J. Maas

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Unlocked Silences by Mukhpreet Khurana

Unlocked Silences is a short compilation of poems, abstracts and excerpts written through life experiences of the poet. The poems are very subtle and thoughtfully written. I'd say the book is more of a self-help genre. The abstracts and extracts were good and I liked them but wasn't able to completely connect myself, maybe because… Continue reading Unlocked Silences by Mukhpreet Khurana

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A Place for Us by Fatima Farheen Mirza

I have no words to describe how every page made me feel in this book. The book starts with Hadia getting married, the eldest sister, and we are told that Amar the youngest among three siblings ran away some years ago. Part 2 deals with excerpts from Hadia, Huda, Amar's life since childhood. We are… Continue reading A Place for Us by Fatima Farheen Mirza

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LGBTQ Literature, Authors and Recs

LG BTQ Literature isn’t something new in this century, it had been written by many people since millenniums. When I was doing research on this topic, I realized there were many authors who belonged to this community and I was flying another ship all the time. I was completely fascinated to know the other side… Continue reading LGBTQ Literature, Authors and Recs

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How I Became a Farmer’s Wife by Yashodhara Lal

When I read the blurb of this book, I thought how could such a book be interesting or useful in any way to anyone? Who'd be interested to know about Yashodhara, an author, a Zumba trainer who is learning guitar, occupied in city life and domesticity. But tables turn for her when her husband decides… Continue reading How I Became a Farmer’s Wife by Yashodhara Lal

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Beyond Secrets by Saklani Alka Dimri

When I picked Beyond Secrets, I thought it will be another offbeat romantic but the blurb kept it's word to a mild thriller and gripping suspense. So, I accepted the request to review this book. The story centralizes Noel, Nidhi and Neha. The plot is set up in an orphanage; while this really intrigued me… Continue reading Beyond Secrets by Saklani Alka Dimri

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Your Guide to Choose the right Edition while buying Classics

Understand the Era of Literature An Era holds utmost importance while choosing the right edition before you pick it. Many of us are collectors who like to collect books of a particular author or a particular literary period or a particular genre. For a Tsundoku like me, I prefer all the three above-stated categories while… Continue reading Your Guide to Choose the right Edition while buying Classics

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Pretty Vile Girl by Rickie Khosla

Pretty Vile Girl by @reekycoleslaw is a story about Jazmeen a.k.a. Deepika who is a rising starlet in Bollywood. The book is divided into 3 parts and the first part is really confusing because it talks about her past, present and future at the same time. Therefore, it gets difficult to compile everything for the… Continue reading Pretty Vile Girl by Rickie Khosla