Trust Me Not|By Ankita Verma Datta|Book Review|

I was provided a review copy by the Author and Writers Melon. It has in no was affected my judgement of this book. This book has from the very first page reminded me of my forever favourite author John Grisham. Especially the style of shifting chapter after chapter the POV(Point Of View) between different characters … Continue reading Trust Me Not|By Ankita Verma Datta|Book Review|

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Always Never Yours |Book Review| Favourite YA Contemporary Novel Of This Year|

Authors : Emily Wibberley And Austin Siegemund-Broka Publisher : Penguin Teen Summary(From Goodreads) : Megan Harper is the girl before. All her exes find their one true love right after dating her. Itโ€™s not a curse or anything, itโ€™s just the way things are, and Megan refuses to waste time feeling sorry for herself. Instead, … Continue reading Always Never Yours |Book Review| Favourite YA Contemporary Novel Of This Year|

|MINI REVIEW|The Bucket List To Mend A Broken Heart| By Anna Bell|

Publisher : Zaffre Publishing Rating : 5 STARS Genre : Contemporary Romance Fiction Girl gets dumped by boyfriend. Finds his bucket list. Decides if she will do his bucket list he will take her back. The main girl is not at all sporty and this bucket list consists of extensive outdoor work.When she starts doing … Continue reading |MINI REVIEW|The Bucket List To Mend A Broken Heart| By Anna Bell|

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

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*