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: The Graveyard Book

Rating: 5 Stars The Graveyard Book follows the adventures of "Bod" Nobody Owens, as he tries to lead a normal life, like all boys his age. Except, Bod lives in a graveyard, with his ghost parents, mad teachers, and a guardian who is neither alive nor dead. Bod is happy with his life; he is... Continue Reading →

Review: Stardust

Rating: 4 Stars Stardust by Neil Gaiman follows Tristran Thorn as he sets off on a quest to find a fallen star; and not just a random fallen star, but the one that his beloved Victoria Forester saw falling! Tristran Thorn, born under strange circumstances, and brought up in the very boring and sleepy English... Continue Reading →

Review: Our Kind Of Cruelty

Rating: 3 Stars Our Kind of Cruelty by Araminta Hall, is more the diary of a crazy, twisted individual, than an actual story. It is narrated by Mike Hayes while he is in prison awaiting a murder trial. His lawyer has asked him to pen down his story as seen from his perspective, and Mike... Continue Reading →

Review: Sometimes I Lie

Rating: 5 Stars One of the most engaging and thrilling books that I have read in recent times, Sometimes I lie is the story of Amber Reynolds, who is in a coma, and who has a story to tell. I started this book on a four-hour flight, thinking I will read for a while and... Continue Reading →

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