The Star People of Isabella By Karen Heins

I was given an ARC of the book in exchange of an honest review. My views are unbiased and in no way influenced by the author or publisher. I will not be talking about the plot because one can already get a preview from the synopsis. And divulging anymore about the plot would make theContinue reading “The Star People of Isabella By Karen Heins”

Grow Your Spiritual Intelligence by Guru Das

Genre: Inspirational, Non fiction Rating: 2.5/5 I picked this book with a lot of hope that it would offer some insights into how one can grow in spiritual intelligence. I was disappointed, what started off well was really hard to finish later. I read it till the last page since I had a resolution notContinue reading “Grow Your Spiritual Intelligence by Guru Das”

Remembering Eric Carle

Sunday came with another sad news amidst the grim and depressing situation of Covid. One of the most acclaimed and beloved children’s author, Eric Carle died in Northampton, Massachusetts. He was 91 years old. He was one of the authors who gave preschool kids colors and wings to imagination. Some of the earliest literary memoriesContinue reading “Remembering Eric Carle”

The Boy Who Loved Words by Roni Schotter, Giselle Potter (Illustrator)

Being in love with books and words, I am instantly drawn towards books that advocate books, the power of words and the importance of libraries. In my search for such books, I happened to lay my hands on ” The Boy Who Loved Words “. I had heard a lot about this book, hence myContinue reading “The Boy Who Loved Words by Roni Schotter, Giselle Potter (Illustrator)”

Ban This Book: Alan Gratz

During this lockdown I had planned to read as many books as I could lay my hands on. But things did not go as planned and I didn’t get to read as much as I wanted to. In search of a book to kickstart my reading I found this gem of a book. Released inContinue reading “Ban This Book: Alan Gratz”

Pigeon Mothers by Marty Correia

Pigeon Mothers caught my attention due to its unique title and the book cover. The cover shows a pigeon mother keeping a watchful eye on her young children. The story of the book also runs parallel to this idea. The novel is about a young girl named Cole. She is a white girl who is leftContinue reading “Pigeon Mothers by Marty Correia”

Lost in You by Kally Khan

This is the first time I am disappointed in a book. The book started off with an excellent plot and really makes you want to read further. The beginning is really hard-hitting and the characters are all life-like with human flaws and mistakes. None of the characters seem fictional or drawn out. The best partContinue reading “Lost in You by Kally Khan”

The Old Black Curtain by C J Paxton

Everyone has often heard or used the phrase, ‘Looks can be deceptive’. This phrase exactly fits this book. The Old Black Curtain by CJ Paxton is a tour de force. The book cover is does not reflect what goes on in the book. At first glance I thought it must be some mystery, but was taken by sheer surpriseContinue reading “The Old Black Curtain by C J Paxton”

Coffee Shop Girl: Chris Waddington

  Genre: Romantic Fiction, Contemporary Romance(Explicit) Rating: 4/5 To be honest, I was very skeptical about going forward with my reading. What drew me towards the book was the title and the cover. One word is apt for both: alluring. This book is not your run of the mill love story, where two people meet,Continue reading “Coffee Shop Girl: Chris Waddington”

Tale of The Winter Lands: J.D. Bass

I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. My views are not influenced or have any bias for the writer or publisher. Don’t be mislead by the title. I picked up the book thinking that it must a collection of short stories about winter and its many wonders. The book,Continue reading “Tale of The Winter Lands: J.D. Bass”