Book Review: On the Come Up by Angie Thomas

I LOVE ANGIE THOMAS! There’s no two ways about it. She got me in The Hate U Give. She got me in On the Come Up. Seriously. HOW DOES SHE DO THAT?!

Book Review: Unstoppable by Maria Sharapova

Before I say anything else, let me get this out of the way: I’ve got a whole new level of admiration for Maria Sharapova now that I’ve read her autobiography! "The ITF didn’t draw any attention to the fact that they were suddenly banning a supplement that was being legally used by millions of people. That was their mistake."

Book Review: A Ticklish Affair by Sunil Kapoor & Sudhir Kapoor

A Ticklish Affair is a short story collection that promises to explore the underbellies of different professions and life in general while being mindful of the emotions that the people involved go through. It is a collection of 10 short stories, each one attempting to be out of this world.

Book Review: Because Its Love by Kishore Nanda

If you like reading love stories with different shades and different layers to it, then Kishore Nanda's 'Because Its Love' could be a book that could appeal to you.

Book Review: What Mina Did by Geeta Menon

I had seen this book doing the rounds of Bookstagram a while ago and going by the reviews and the blurb, it looked like an intriguing read. And I’m glad I finally got to read it. Here’s my review of a book that encompasses different emotions, relationships, and the intricacies that exist within them.

June 2019 Book Releases I’m Excited About!

I've picked the 10 books that I found most exciting from the list of books that are releasing this June. Though I know I won't be able to read these anytime soon, thanks to their prices, I go on with the hope that someday, I will get my hands on these books!

May 2019 Book Releases I’m Excited About!

May is here as well as this month’s edition of Books Releasing This Month That I’m Excited About but Probably Won’t Read Anytime Soon. Without wasting any breath on the inanities (since I’ve already explained in last month’s blog post), let’s just dive into this month’s releases – all of those amazing-looking books that I’ll most probably or definitely miss out on. 😛

Turtles All The Way Down – John Green’s Depiction of Heartbreaking Reality

The blurb of Turtles All The Way Down is interesting. Not because it indicates mental illness, not because it indicates a certain level of mystery-solving, not because it seems like a novel that strives to be much more than what it looks like. But because it combines all the qualities and becomes much more than what it looks like.