I was recommended this book by a co-worker and as it was highly praised I was really excited to get into it. I didn't like this book much and I'm afraid this is going to be something of a rant. I don't often write these because generally if I don't like a book I tend… Continue reading The Miniaturist – Jessie Burton
Very, very late for this one but I figure I might as well do it. Hello, folks! This is the list of books I'm planning on reading in the month of August. I was supposed to do this post earlier in the month but I was traveling with my family for a while and simply… Continue reading August TBR!
Hello!I read a lot this month. In terms of pages, types of content, roller-coaster of emotions, different set of characters, you name it. And so *I thought* I read a lot. I read a whopping FOUR books in the month of July. How 'a lot' is that.Speed aside, though, I feel like its been a… Continue reading Reading Wrap Up (July 2017)
I picked this one up on my recent visit to a bookstore. I did not read the back of the book to see what it was about. Different Class is written by Joanne Harris, enough said. This might not sound strange under normal circumstances; we all have those special authors on auto-buy. What is… Continue reading Different Class – Joanne Harris
via Daily Prompt: Pest Or simply Lord would suffice, I'm sure. Almost two years ago, I was participating - or rather being made to participate - in a three week long programme on development of effective communication and other soft skills. An inescapable event that occurs at these programmes is the debate. Pit one group… Continue reading Lord of the Rings
Was it like this, I wonder, when I first read Harry Potter? I like to think so, although back then I suppose I was more interested in devouring the books than in paying attention to what I felt about them. The complete involvement with the story, blind love and affection for the characters… Continue reading Assassin’s Apprentice – Robin Hobb
The fact that I started this book so soon after finishing the first one in the series (Unwind) is an indication of how much I really liked it. Unwind, that is. And the thing with books like Unwind (aka pretty spectacular books) is that they set the bar pretty high for what follows. I didn't… Continue reading UnWholly by Neal Shusterman