“On the island of By-the-Sea you could always smell two things, salt and magic”~ Summer of Salt. If there is something else that I love other than books, it’s the … Continue Reading Summer of Salt by Katrina Leno, Book Review
Okay. I just finished this book and I am too overwhelmed to do this!What just happened!This has to be my favourite beauty and the beast retelling ever.The story is about … Continue Reading A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Mass
When Charlie, the only gay kid in school meets Nick, they immediately become friends. Charlie is drawn to Nick, who is a Rugby player and straight as far as Charlie … Continue Reading Heartstopper Comics By Alice Osemam
I got this book for free from the publisher (Stories Untold) and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.And what can I say, I am totally obsessed with the world … Continue Reading The Crowns of Croswald by D E Night
It’s been long since I have read a mystery or a thriller of any kind. And I have been wanting to read this book for a while. I was intrigued … Continue Reading And then there were none.
So I just stumbled upon this book series while going through Goodreads choice awards for 2019. Fairy tales retold in the modern fandom setting, I was definitely intrigued and decided … Continue Reading Once upon a con
I don’t have enough words to describe how much I enjoyed reading this book. I was infact a little sad when it ended. No more Nina for me. Sigh! I … Continue Reading The Bookish Life of Nina Hill
This is one of those books that settles deeply inside you and makes you think and question everything. A perfect contemporary drama as many others have called it. The … Continue Reading Everything I Never told you.
So let me tell you a story. It does not put me in the best picture, but hey I was a child(just 7 or 8 years old). I was still … Continue Reading The time when I behaved like a brat.
So I just finished reading this amazing book(I am not sure what I am supposed to write here, but I will give it a try). These days when I pick … Continue Reading My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry