Shoe Dog Book Review: It doesn’t matter whether you like NIKE or not. If you are into reading, then Shoe Dog is a must-read.
Book Review: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo is an absolute masterpiece. The twist in the plot leaves you mesmerised. A must-read.
Remo Book Review: A must-read. Remo is a roller-coaster of emotions. For me, it was a page-turner. Remo is a symphony in harmony!
The author, Maggie O’Farrell, employs simple, short, yet effective sentences which makes Hamnet an easy and enjoyable read.
Six of Crows Duology Book Review: For someone who is not fond of the fantasy genre, Leigh Bardugo is from another planet.
A Court of Mist and Fury Book Review: Sarah J Maas takes the reader into a fictitious world, for real. A treat for the readers.
Harry Potter Series is a magical ride. The plot is perfectly structured. It has a well laid out climax and there is closure in the end.
All This Time Book Review: A crash, a twist, a turn… The authors have treated the plot with guile taking the reader to a dark place.
Clap When You Land Book Review: Elizabeth Acevedo is adept with words in verse building up a beautiful story of love, loss and betrayal.
Indra Nooyi A Biography Review. This book is captivating, at the same time fills the heart with a sense of enthusiasm and hope. It encourages the reader.
The Perks Of Being A Wallflower is amongst the most iconic coming-of-age books in our time and for the right reasons. A must-read.
A Court of Thorns and Roses Book Review. The author makes the reader devour every detail while making us fall in love with the world of faerie and magic.
The Poet X Book Review is a testimony to Elizabeth Acevedo’s love for poetry and story-telling as she uses the format of ‘slam poetry’ beautifully.
Fangirl Book Review: This is an uplifting read with one of the simplest stories. This book is highly recommended as it can be a survival guide.
Sniper’s Eye Book Review: The writing style is eloquent and crisp that keeps its readers engrossed and eager to turn to the next page.
The Midnight Library Book Review: The only way to learn is to live. The concept employed by Matt Haig is both fantastical and real at the same time.