The Little Bookshop at Herring Cove by Kellie Hailes My rating: 4 of 5 stars I love books that make me smile. The Little Bookshop at Herring Cove immediately piqued my interest when I saw the title on NetGalley. I mean, how do you resist books about bookshops? The book has it all, fluffiness, romance, … Continue reading THE LITTLE BOOKSHOP AT HERRING COVE – Kellie Hailes
4/5 ★ It is my personal mission to read as many underrated books and authors from India as I can this year and Mehboob Murderer is one of them. To say that I am surprised is an understatement. My first impression from the title was that the book is probably about a psychotic killer/roadside romeo … Continue reading MEHBOOB MURDERER – Nupur Anand
Six Goodbyes We Never Said by Candace Ganger My rating: 1 of 5 stars I received an advanced copy through Netgalley in return for an honest review. Writing a book is hard. To have the persistence and the patience to sit down and finish writing a whole novel is commendable and I respect the author … Continue reading SIX GOODBYES WE NEVER SAID- candace granger
Books communicate a lot, a lot, a lot. They leave an impression on us and also influence how we see the world around us and this is why it ticks me off every time I see the negative portrayal of psychologists or “shrinks” I books and it is wrong on so many levels: GOING … Continue reading PSYCHOLOGISTS IN BOOKS!
3/5 ★ R E V I E W In one line: excellent plot, poor writing. A month or so ago, I watched Raazi and fell in love with it. I loved everything about it and absolutely adored Sehmat Khan and her story and I wanted more which is exactly why I ended up reading Calling Sehmat … Continue reading CALLING SEHMAT -Harinder Sikka
5/5 ★ R E V I E W I have grown up with Ramayan but Mahabharat is something that I've never been closely acquainted with. Until now. Palace Of Illusions, which is Draupadi’s version of Mahabharat is a delightful read. The author carefully explores through Draupadi’s flawed character and builds up the story in a … Continue reading THE PALACE OF ILLUSIONS – Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
5/5 ★ R E V I E W It's one of the most insightful books I've read till date. Amish's thoughts and perspectives are very optimistic, authentic and culturally rooted. As a youth of India myself, the articles speak to me as well as open doors to a lot of topics of ancient Indian … Continue reading IMMORTAL INDIA – Amish
3/5 ★ (PUBLISHER : Simon Pulse) R E V I E W With such great ratings and reviews, I had a lot of expectations from this book which weren’t met and I have legit reasons for them. ➵ Unrealistic Scenes Okay, so the writer seriously needed to do more research of Gujrati Indians, they are … Continue reading WHEN DIMPLE MET RISHI – Sandhya Menon