Book Review: A Fragile Thread Of Hope by Pankaj Giri

It is after a long time that I picked up a book by an Indian author. Thank the universe that conspired to bring me to this book and Pankaj, a wonderful person! I can not wait to hold the words back until the end of the post, I loved the book! The Story:  “In the autumn…

My First Murakami!

It is a shameful thing to say that this is my first Murakami read! Of all the many books I have read and all the authors that I have trusted my imaginations with, not trying out one Murakami novel/short story is a very disgraceful thing (atleast that is what my bibliophile self convinced me to…

My Halloween Reading List!

I was not planning on reading a lot this Halloween because Stranger Things is coming back with a new season, but I am now. I frankly do not know why. If you know me, you know that I hate reading horror. Absolutely! But I gave a little though and I came to the conclusion that…

The Punch Escrow by Tal M. Klein: Book Review

An extremely compassionate novel, “Punch Escrow” deals with a plausible future. In the recent times, many such books and T.V. series have become really popular. One of my personal favourites is “Netflix’s Black Mirror”(If you have not watched it yet, you definitely should). This book starts off on a very positive note, in an idealistic utopian future world…

How I got over a Reader’s Block!

I started reading a lot of books together last month, moreover, my friend got me addicted to this TV series called Sense8 so I had a little too much on my plate. I was really into the books I was reading, all of them had me hooked. I was more or less halfway through all…

Book Preview: The List by Patricia Forde #WordsMatter

It was a month ago that I received an Advance Reader’s Copy of this book, as I had a lot on my TBR list, it took me some time to get around reading it. The book (The List by Patricia Forde) releases this August, here is an exclusive sneak peek! The city of Ark is the…

What Light by Jay Asher: Book Review

In WHAT LIGHT, Sierra’s family makes their annual and perhaps final trip to their California Christmas tree lot from their tree farm in Oregon. She has to say goodbye to her close friends but looks forward to spending a month with her California bestie and to the fun and bustle of the tree lot. She…

FLAWED by Cecelia Ahern – Book Review

I picked up the book out of mere curiosity, just liked the title. When I saw the byline say Cecelia Ahern, I knew I had signed up for something good. The protagonist of the story, Celestine North lives a perfect life. She’s a model’s daughter and sister, she’s well-liked by her classmates and teachers, and…

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas Book Review

I was really into the ACOTAR series by Sarah J. Maas until I discovered her previous New York Times bestselling and multiple award winning series: Throne of Glass. I picked up the first book thanks to a fantasy loving, bibliophile friend of mine and I’m glad I did because I could not put it down…

Q&A with Amanda Callendrier

A lot of people liked the “Camino Beach” preview, so I reached out to the person behind it all, (None other than Amanda Callendrier) and here is what I received back! Hi Jishnu, Thanks again for the enthusiastic book cheerleading! I had fun answering your questions and am so pleased to be asked. Sarah would…

Camino Beach by Amanda Callendrier: Exclusive Book Preview

Very special thanks to Amanda, for letting me preview her book. The book is narrated in the first person by a small town girl, Sarah, once a popular girl, a feather in the cap of Briley High School, the perfect student; she is now forty, divorced, a dog lover, a bibliophile with her own bookshop…

A Court Of Thorns And Roses by Sarah J. Maas: Book Review

Thanks to the continuous pestering of two of my very dear friends, Diya and Jahanbi, as a part of my TBR for #BorrowAThon Round Two, I ultimately finished reading A Court Of Thorns and Roses (or as fans like me call it, ACOTAR) by Sarah J. Maas. I can not wait to get into the…