Why ACOTAR failed to impress me

*This is not a review so please do not expect balanced out details of the pros and cons of reading this book. It is a rant that was much needed.* There are many books that are hyped too much in the blogging and bookstagram world and we (like the pathetic lover of books that we … Continue reading Why ACOTAR failed to impress me

Book Review : Deceived by Heena Rathore P.

Synopsis : A girl struggling to cope with the murders of her mother and five-year-old brother. A journalist chasing the ghost of a potential serial killer. A thirteen-year-old girl who slaughtered her parents. And a revenge-driven psychopath who is about to destroy everyone’s life. After 9 years, a young writer is still coping with the brutal … Continue reading Book Review : Deceived by Heena Rathore P.

Book Review : 15/1 Story Avenue by Avishek Gupta

Synopsis : 15/1 Story Avenue - an address where you'll come across 15 soul touching stories by one author. Be it a heartwarming campus romance, a spine chilling thriller, or a wonderful travelogue, you will find all under the same roof. The stories in this collection touch upon everyday lives. They speak of scenarios and characters … Continue reading Book Review : 15/1 Story Avenue by Avishek Gupta

Book Review: Intentional Smile by Shazia Omar and Merrill Khan

Intentional Smile is a graphic illustrated edition that takes the self-help genre to an ultimate level. The book is divided into distinct sections of feel-good, self-appreciating truths that is bound to open your eyes and love yourself more. The title reads out A Girl's Guide to Positive Living and the cover page had little girls … Continue reading Book Review: Intentional Smile by Shazia Omar and Merrill Khan

Book Review : The Curse of Mohenjo-Daro by Maha Khan Phillips

My view : This was an interesting read, with the backdrop of an age old civilisation that has always fascinated me. Mohenjo-Daro or the mound of the dead, has been a mystifying source for most archaeologists. This thriller is derived from events that could have triggered the fall of the Indus valley civilisation and would … Continue reading Book Review : The Curse of Mohenjo-Daro by Maha Khan Phillips

Book Review : The Parcel by Anosh Irani

Published on : November, 2016 Publisher : Harper Collins India Pages : 264 Source : Giveaway copy from Cosmopolitan India and Harper Collins India Format : Paperback Rating : 5 / 5 To buy the book, visit Amazon. Blurb : The Parcel's astonishing heart, soul and unforgettable voice is Madhu, who has spent most of her life in a close-knit clan … Continue reading Book Review : The Parcel by Anosh Irani

Book Review : Here be Dragons by Mohit Uppal

Published on : May, 2016 Publisher : Harper Collins India Pages : 280 Source : Review copy sent by the author Format : Paperback Rating : 4 / 5 To buy the book, visit Amazon. Blurb : ‘HIC SVNT DRACONES’: The original Latin text for ‘Here Be Dragons’ appears on medieval maps to mark unchartered … Continue reading Book Review : Here be Dragons by Mohit Uppal

Book Review : Selfienomics by Revant

​Published on : November, 2016 Publisher : Bloomsbury Pages : 196 Source : Review copy sent by the publisher Format : Paperback Rating : 5 / 5 To buy the book, visit Amazon. Blurb : Selfienomics offers sensible, practical and often hilarious advice on how to make money, get the most out of your job, broaden … Continue reading Book Review : Selfienomics by Revant