I usually start off my reviews with a little bit of an introduction as to how I came across an author or how much I love their writing or some little anecdote about something related to the book and/or author. But today, I have been rendered speechless, because as much as I want to shout about how much I have loved Matt Haig’s writing and about how much I feel justified today, it just wouldn’t be enough.
Tag Archives: Fantasy
Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo | Book Review
When I, through the wonderful BookTube community, came to know about the existence of Leigh Bardugo’s Wonder Woman: Warbringer, my eyes popped out of my head and I immediately knew I HAD to read it. And though I bought this book a few months ago, it was only recently (this, too, was a couple of months ago :P) that I picked it up and became ready to walk among the Amazons, learning more about the life of the wonderful woman called Wonder Woman. [I did that on purpose and not because I don’t know any adjectives. :P]
Aqson Level 1 by Sreejib | Book Review
Aqson Level 1 has been written by Koel Ganguli under the pseudonym, Sreejib. She uses this name because it is her late husband’s name. And despite my reservations about how the story has been written, I still feel that she has done a commendable job in bringing the story together.