I have noticed that I am a fan of romantic comedy books, and not the full blown romance novels. Just saying. Getting back to the review. "Agnes and the Hitman" is a must read for readers who wish to read a romance book where the characters are unconventional, and the plot, a total refresher to… Continue reading Agnes and the Hitman by Jennifer Crusie and Bob Mayer
A book with a good plot, but unfortunately, too many errors in the execution. I really wanted to find a silver lining in this book, but all I saw were dark clouds. The cover art looks really pretty, but the content was not up to the mark. Let me explain to you why. The plot… Continue reading A Quest for Spring by Monica Mujumdar Dixit #BookReview
If you're in the mood to travel in Paris to sip on good coffee and to eat warm croissants, while staring at the love of your life... AND if you're totally broke, and don't have 'the love of your life' at your beck and call, the Just One Day series is a must-read! Just kidding.… Continue reading Why The Just One Day series is a series you’ll remember for a lifetime.
All you nerds out there who still haven't had the pleasure of enjoying your first kiss because you have been too busy working on your research thesis or giant project, this book is for you. A book that will commiserate with you, a book that will tell you that you're not alone in the 'Stunted… Continue reading The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion #BookReview
When you think of a romance book, doesn't the word 'fiction' pop in along with it? Romance + fiction just seems like the perfect duo. Maybe that's because fiction is often a thinly or, at times, a heavily veiled disguise of non-fiction itself? The book I'm reviewing today does not fall in either category. It… Continue reading Ecstasy by Mary Sharratt #BookReview
Do you follow this practice of figuring out what the plot of the story could be by just looking at the title of the book, and not flipping the book over to read the blurb? I do. From the cover (an amateurish looking one, though) you could get hints about the plot: there's going to… Continue reading Will The Oven Explode? by Andaleeb Wajid #BookReview
If you haven't read 'Me Before You' by Jojo Moyes till today, you probably Live on another planet Are as heartless as the step sister of the wicked witch who kidnaps Hansel and Gretel. Haven't been part of the online hype surrounding the book when the eponymous movie starring Sam Claflin (the hotness) and Emilia Clarke (of GoT fame) and Matthew Lewis (yes, our dearest Neville!) released in 2016. Anyway, it's never too late to read Me Before You. And if you choose to read Me Before You in this upcoming Valentine's Day week, you can have the awesome pleasure of reading ALL the books in the Me Before You trilogy. 'After You' and 'Still Me'. This post is a bookish discussion on "Me Before You".
Do I love the cover of this book more than the plot, or do I love the plot more than the cover? Do I love Imogen more than Jule or Jule more than Imogen? Am I fan of E. Lockhart or am I fan of E. Lockhart? Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart is that psychological thriller which will keep your jaw to the floor as you race to finish the book in less than three hours. (I would have managed reading the book in two hours, but my study timetable stared at me as murderously as Imogen/Jule)
I was tagged for this #booktag on Instagram by @aesthetically_booked. The tag is pretty simple: All you need to do is list down the various questions you, a bookworm, would ask people when you meet them for the first time. (At least that's how I interpret it.) Here are the questions the bookworm in me… Continue reading Questions Bookworms Ask Tag! #bookishtags
When I picked this book up, I felt that it would not be my cup of tea. The start of the story felt a bit bumpy, and I couldn't wait to DNF the book. But, this book was featured in Chicago Review of Books's "Most Anticipated Reads of 2018", and I wanted to plough through… Continue reading Our Lady of the Prairie by Thisbe Nissen #BookReview