Review: Where The Crawdads Sing

Rating: 4.25 Stars I had been hearing so many good things about this book, that I was sure it was going to disappoint me. For one, the story seemed like something I could never get excited about, being set in the U.S of fifties and sixties, and for another, everyone kept harping on about how... Continue Reading →

Review:Luckiest Girl Alive

Rating: 3 Stars No matter what you think when you see the cover and read the blurb, Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll is NOT a thriller. I went in expecting a thriller, and kept waiting for the twist which never came. I had seen the book on bookstagram, and as always, avoided reading reviews,... Continue Reading →

Review: A Place For Us

Rating: 5 Stars All individuals are a unique sum of their life experiences, so much so that reading the same book at different stages in your life sometimes results in completely different reactions. The place where I am right this moment in my life made A Place For Us by Fatima Farheen Mirza resonate with me... Continue Reading →

Review: The Good Girl

Rating: 3 Stars I had been thinking about reading The Good Girl by Mary Kubica for a long time. It seemed to be a favourite on Instagram. I was a bit disappointed with it though. First off, there were comparisons to Gone Girl, which is never a good thing. A book should be original and... Continue Reading →

Review: Tangerine

Rating: 3 Stars I have always been a fan of old movies. From Humphrey Bogart to Paul Newman, from Ingrid Bergman to Grace Kelly, I have watched more old movies than new ones. Among some of my most favourite movies, are old classics like Gaslight, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, Rebecca, Rear Window and North... Continue Reading →

Review: The Broken Girls

Rating: 3.75 Stars The Broken Girls by Simone St. James is a chilling thriller with a paranormal twist. The central character is a boarding school for girls that used to take in troubled girls who no one wanted, but that has now become an abandoned, decrepit building after being shut down in 1979 In 1950,... Continue Reading →

Sunday Problem: Recommending Books

Disclaimer: If you're easily offended, or take life too seriously, please don't read this. Really. Stop reading. When you read a lot of books, people who know you always ask for recommendations about what to read. Since you have some idea about your friends and family, it is natural to tell them about books that... Continue Reading →

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