Book Reviews Archive


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Happy New Year to Everyone!!!

We are saying goodbye to yet another year and ushering in a brand new one. 2018 was a good year for me with sprinkling of bad in between. But I will reflect on 2018 in upcoming posts. First, I want to talk about few of my favorite books from this year.

2018 wasn’t a great reading year for me. I set forth with an objective of reading 52 books but miserably fell short by 27 books. I managed to read just 25 books in the entire year. Though my numbers are bad, I do …






Recent Reads

Hey Guys.

I have decided to scrap the idea of doing monthly wrap-ups of books as there will be months I read a lot and few dry spells. So, I came up with a new idea… I will post reviews of books once I finish reading five books. I have decided to read 52 books this year and honestly I am not to a great start. But hey, the year is just beginning.

So, here are my five recent reads –

 

Five Little Pigs by Agatha Christie

Rating – 4 Stars

Hercule Poirot and Agatha Christie make awesome travelling …



As August has finally dawned up on us, I thought it was high time that I posted my May and June book wrap-up. I promise you guys that July book wrap-up will be posted soon and not sometime in September.

Anyways, here are the list of books I managed to read in the months of May and June –

May wasn’t a very good reading month for me. I managed to read only two books and one of them was a graphic novel. But the two books that I did read were nothing short of brilliant.

Saga Volume 1 by


Hey Guys.

I can’t believe that May is here already. It feels like it was just yesterday that I was saying ‘I can’t believe its April already’. This year has been running very fast and I am struggling to catch up with it.

April was once again a busy and one of the best months of my life. Yeah, I am not liking the summer and the heat but everything else has been beautiful.

Catching Up with Friends

In the month of April, I finally found time to catch up with my friends over drinks. Meeting them made me realize …



I am back with yet another book review. This time I am reviewing or rather discussing fourth book from Heroes of Olympus series… The House of Hades by Rick Riordan.

First, let me just get this out of my system and say that I adored this book.

I was so excited to read this book that I couldn’t wait for my physical copy to be delivered and downloaded an e-book to read it ASAP. And like always Rick Riordan hasn’t disappointed me. House of Hades is action packed, emotional, fast paced and a fantastic read.

In my opinion House of …



The moment I came to know that this book was written by JK Rowling my reaction was something close to –

Frankly, would I have picked this novel up if I hadn’t learnt that this was written by JK Rowling? I don’t know. The cover isn’t eye catching and the blurb sounds like run in the mill.

On a cold night famous super model Lula Landry plunges to her death. After initial speculations of murder, the police rule the death as a suicide. But Lula’s brother, John Bristow refuses to accept that his sister, despite all the reports in the …