The Extraordinary Pause by Sara Sadik

Life as we know completely changed post pandemic. No one was prepared for the outcome of the virus attack. It took the world by surprise like a stealth thief robbing a house in the middle of the night. The world which was running at a high speed , completely slowed down due to the pandemic.Continue reading “The Extraordinary Pause by Sara Sadik”

Extraordinary Women Who Changed The World By Riddleland

Extraordinary Women Who Changed Our World by Riddleland is not your run of the mill book of biographies for children. Riddleland has made a difference in their treatment of biographies. Unlike regular biographies which after a time become monotonous and boring, this collection holds on to your attention from the first person, Catherine the great.Continue reading “Extraordinary Women Who Changed The World By Riddleland”

THE BOY WHO LOVED BOXES BY MICHAEL ALBANESE

The pandemic struck the world catching us all unaware and unprepared. Not even in the wildest of our dreams did we imagine a scenario where a disease has the whole world in its grip. This left the world in a depressing state leaving us to fend for ourselves alone. Each individual is battling a battleContinue reading “THE BOY WHO LOVED BOXES BY MICHAEL ALBANESE”

The Glass Boxes in Which We Live By Beatrice M. Sylvie

Priyanka Chopra, in one of her speeches, spoke of breaking the glass ceiling that we women come up against, in order to meet out true potential. When I saw this book I was strongly reminded of those words, and decided to pick up this book. I was not disappointed. Whenever I happened to put theContinue reading “The Glass Boxes in Which We Live By Beatrice M. Sylvie”

The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde is arguably one of the most versatile writers in English Literature. His works include literary masterpieces in nearly every literary genre one can think of. Among his works, his short story “The Happy Prince” (1888) occupies a special place. It is known for the signature style of writing of Oscar Wilde where heContinue reading “The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde”

Thanks Carissa for ruining my life by Dallas Woodburn

I am a big fan of Dallas after I finished reading her book The Best Week That Never Happened. The book left such an impression on me that I re-read it two times and each time I was flooded with emotions that refused to go away. When I was approached for her next work I grabbed theContinue reading “Thanks Carissa for ruining my life by Dallas Woodburn”

The Orange Dragon Bowl by Betty P Notzon

Genre: Fiction, Realistic Fiction, Young Adult, Contemporary fiction Rating:5/5 I wasn’t prepared for what this book had in store for me. By the look of the cover, I thought it must be some intriguing fantasy. The book cover is a mighty coverup for the avalanche of emotions this book has packed inside itself. Even thoughContinue reading “The Orange Dragon Bowl by Betty P Notzon”

Beneath the surface: B.K. Stubblefield

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. Over the years I have read many books. It’s a rarity that a book takes me through varied emotions, leaving me exhausted yet happy at the end. ThisContinue reading “Beneath the surface: B.K. Stubblefield”

I’ve never been (Un)happier: (Penguin Petit) by Shaheen Bhatt

Genre: Non Fiction, Psychology My rating: 4/5 Names can be so misleading, especially if the name has a famous surname. I would have missed out on a fabulous book if I had let go of this book just because Shaheen is Mahesh Bhatt’s daughter and Alia and Pooja Bhatt’s sister. Like I did the mistakeContinue reading “I’ve never been (Un)happier: (Penguin Petit) by Shaheen Bhatt”

The War Blog: Glen Sobey

GENRE: Fiction, Young adult My rating: 4.5/5 I received this ebook as part of LibraryThing Early Reviewers copy. I thank the author and publisher for providing me the copy. This is an honest review and my views are not biased or altered by receiving a copy. The premise of the story is rather promising andContinue reading “The War Blog: Glen Sobey”