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Book Review: The Good Girl by Mary Kubica

Kubica’s debut novel is brimming with potential and promise. Psychologically stimulating and full of heart that strengthens the story as a whole, it is held back only by its slightly cliched romance. 354 more words


TUESDAY REVIEW DAY ~ Wonder by R.J Palacio

Hello everyone!

This is my first book review! So today, I’m reviewing Wonder by R.J Palacio. I have read the entire book and it was very good. 763 more words


Review: City of Thieves by David Benioff

I didn’t know historical fiction could be this funny.

Hilarious. I have to admit, for a historical fiction this one is incredibly and surprisingly hilarious. I don’t know if it’s appropriate or even legal for a historical fiction to be funny but I guess this one’s an exception. 194 more words


Book Review #12: We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

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A beautiful and distinguished family.

A private island.

A brilliant, damaged girl; a passionate, political boy.

A group of four friends – the Liars – whose friendship turns destructive. 516 more words


Book Review: Landline by Rainbow Rowell

Her devastating sweetness makes reading any book by Rainbow Rowell a treat. Though widely known for her YA novels, including Eleanor & Park and my personal favorite… 351 more words



A loose dress, a loose woman.

Based on fragments of news stories from the time, Slammerkin is the story of Mary Saunders; a prostitute -or Miss- in eighteenth-century London.   160 more words


Book Review: 60 minutes by Upendra Namburi

Whenever I visit Starmark, one ritual I always follow is to visit the Indian Writing section of the bookstore and read chunks from the novel 31 by Upendra Namburi. 262 more words