The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid | Book Gush | #Blogtober22 – Day 2

Sometimes you read about a character so wonderful, so enigmatic, that their charm drips off the pages and into your mind and heart. One such was this book: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid. There’s so much I want to say about her here, in written format too, but a year and a half after having read the book for the first time, I find myself at a loss for words. It’s a paradox, really. A side-effect of the aura the book exudes.

Swimming in the Dark by Tomasz Jedrowski | Book Review

I read Swimming in the Dark in June and it’s taken me a long, long time to write this review, because every time I think of this book, my heart breaks and my eyes fill up. That’s not to say that this is a sad book. It’s a very matter-of-fact narration and that is exactly what will reach inside you and shake your very core.

The Curse of Anuganga by Harini Srinivasan | Book Review

Historical fiction is a genre that requires a lot of research. And if you combine it with a murder mystery, a lot of work goes into getting everything in place and making sure that there are no loose ends.

Harini Srinivasan’s ‘The Curse of Anuganga’ is a combination of historical fiction and murder mystery that is set in 403 CE in the city of Nandivardhana.

Atonement by Ian McEwan | Book Review

The word ‘atonement’ usually means making amends for your actions that have done wrong to a person or people around you. And when a book with this name starts off with a teenager trying to direct a play that she can show off at a family gathering, you wonder why it is named thus. It is only some tens of pages into the book that you read on, becoming horrified with each page as the story progresses and clears the contextual meaning of the title for you.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society | Book Review

The first I’d ever heard of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society was when an awesome reading group on Facebook collectively suggested it to the Universe watching. With an intriguing title that had two words that I love – literary and potato – the book was destined to land in my lap. And if it hadn’t, it would have been a complete shame. On me.

Mudbound | Movie Review

The movie Mudbound is based on the book of the same name by Hillary Jordan. Mudbound was nominated in 4 categories at the Academy Awards 2018: Best Supporting Actress, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Original Song, and Best Cinematography.

Mudbound by Hillary Jordan | Book Review

This review is in collaboration with Instagrammer rad.movies. I’d been craving to read this for a long time and when this finally came through, my excitement knew no limit. Read on for my review of Mudbound, on which the Oscar-nominated film of the same name is based.