First of all, I sincerely apologize for my prolonged absence. I had to deal with certain personal issues and I am finally doing better.
I did a bit of reading to keep myself sane during this time. So here all that I devoured during my time off from the blogging world.
- The Stanislaski Sisters by Nora Roberts
- A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
- Once upon a Genie by Durriya Kapasi
- Camino Island by John Grisham
- The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse
- All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
- The Stanislaski Sisters is the second book to The Silhouette Romance series, the first one being ‘The Stanislaski Brothers’. The book contains two stories about how each of the Stanislaski Sisters- Natasha and Rachel find their one true love. Full of passion and unspoken feelings, this book is about finding love under bizarre circumstances. Delightful, intense and heart warming- Nora Roberts gives her best to the world of Romance again.
- ACOMAF needs no introduction. The second installment to ‘A Court of Thorns and Roses’, this book is equally compelling. Feyre is a Fae now and has yet to discover her powers and talents. Rhysand is unreasonably hot and hence gets away with everything. Oh and also because he is the most powerful High Lord in the history of Prythian. But War is coming because Winter wasn’t enough. Bad joke I know!
“To the people who look at the stars and wish, Rhys.”
Rhys clinked his glass against mine. “To the stars who listen— and the dreams that are answered.”
- John Grisham, best known for his bestselling novel ‘The Firm’, gave us another masterpiece ‘Camino Island’. Released this year, the novel revolves around the robbery of the original manuscript by the legendary American novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald. The plot is intriguing, however, the characters lack depth and charm. It left me disappointed maybe because I was looking for a more adventurous scenario.
- Once Upon a Genie by Durriya Kapasi: What would you wish for if you had a genie? This book is all about magic, dreams, fantasies, longings and of course love! Full review will be up on my blog soon 🙂
- The Winter Ghosts by Kate Moss in My Bookish discovery of the week 🙂 Full review will be up in that section!
- All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven has been in my TBR for a really long time. A book that is about the absence of direction in certain people’s life. The feeling that letting go of this life is the only option. Also a book I didn’t particularly enjoy
So that’s a wrap for the month for July. My August TBR is yet to be decided. There are two books I have started and will continue for the month of August. I will compile the list soon.
Until next time
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