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Book Review - Private India by Ashwin Sanghi & James Patterson

Private India is a collaboration between world-renowned author of the ‘Private’ series James Patterson and India’s very own thriller writer Ashwin Sanghi. Through social media marketing, a hype had been set up around the book and I guess that spelt doom for Private India. 219 more words


The Casual Vacancy Review

So, I finished The Casual Vacancy when I was on holiday in Barcelona! Okay, let’s just get into it.

It was J.K.Rowling’s first adult novel, and it was amazing. 352 more words

Percy Jackson and The Olympians Review

Okay, sorry I haven’t posted in a while; I was on holiday last week and didn’t have a chance to post before. :/ So, today I am writing a review on the Percy Jackson series, I finished the final book a while ago, and there are five books in total. 249 more words

Quick Reviews!

Hello! I haven’t post anything in quite a while because I procrastinated on my summer English stuffs. Oops. However, I have read some great and not-so-great books recently so here they are: 928 more words

Book review (My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult)

So here it is my first ever book review.
My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult

Sara Fitzgerald’s daughter Kate is just two years old when she is diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. 109 more words

Book Review: Catching the Departed by Kulpreet Yadav

Catching the Departed is the first in a series of suspense thrillers with Andy Karan as the protagonist. Andy is an investigative journalist who works is also an ex-army man. 256 more words


The House of the Spirits

Isabel Allende’s The House of the Spirits was my very first introduction to Latin American literature. I was quite in awe when I first went into it, and by the middle of the book, I felt sure that I had fallen for it. 912 more words