Can Saving Someone From Dying (Literally and Figuratively) bring two people together? The Promise Of Amazing by Robin Constantine

Genre : Young Adult Contemporary Publisher : Balzer + Bray (HarperCollins Children's Books) Rating : 3.75 Stars "Quiet could be a lot of things- fierce , thoughtful , compassionate - but never deficient" The moment I saw the cover of this book I was a goner. It just felt so intimate and at the same time … Continue reading Can Saving Someone From Dying (Literally and Figuratively) bring two people together? The Promise Of Amazing by Robin Constantine

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Failure And You. Have you ever thought about it? The Big F by Maggie Ann Martin

Publisher : Swood Reads (PanMacMillan) Rating : 4.5 STARS Genre : Young Adult Contemporary "Not till we are lost we are lost ,do we begin to understand ourselves " - Henry David Thoreau It took me four hours to finish this book. And I had to do it in one sitting / sleeping as my kindle … Continue reading Failure And You. Have you ever thought about it? The Big F by Maggie Ann Martin

The Inheritors: Stories Of Entrepreneurship And Success By Sonu Bhasin – Bookish Review

*I received this copy from the publisher via writersmelon in exchange for an honest review* "While entrepreneurship may or may not lead to success , there is no success possible without the spirit of entrepreneurship" Author:Sonu Bhasin Genre: Business (Non-fiction) No of page: 304 pages Publisher : Portfolio Penguin Publishing Date : October 18th 2017 … Continue reading The Inheritors: Stories Of Entrepreneurship And Success By Sonu Bhasin – Bookish Review

Chess Without A Queen , Virag Dhulia’s take on Indian Politics *Book Review*

Author: Virag Dhulia Genre: Political Suspense/Thriller Fiction No of page: 306 pages Publisher : Notion Press Publishing Date : October 7th 2017 When I read the synopsis of this book I was highly intrigued , and I would confess I was a little bit confused too but I knew that I had to read it. It took me … Continue reading Chess Without A Queen , Virag Dhulia’s take on Indian Politics *Book Review*

Moonlight Over Manhattan By Sarah Morgan – A Swoon Worthy Book Review

"Do one thing every day that scares you" - Eleanor Roosevelt Author: Sarah Morgan Genre: Contemporary Romance  Fiction No of page: 384 Publisher : HQN Books (Harlequin) Publishing Date : October 5th 2017 I won this book in a giveaway and I really thank my luck to be able to read this book. I finished it in one day … Continue reading Moonlight Over Manhattan By Sarah Morgan – A Swoon Worthy Book Review

The Burning Queen Rani Padmavati By Anuja Chandrumoli – Book Review

  "Alauddin Khalji suspected that the only thing that he had truly succeeded at was burning to ashes his own happiness in the flames of hatred that had consumed so much. And so many." Author: Anuja Chandrumouli Genre: Historical Fiction No of page: 240 Publisher : Juggernaut Books Publishing Date : November 24th 2017 It took me four … Continue reading The Burning Queen Rani Padmavati By Anuja Chandrumoli – Book Review