Book Review: Messed Up! But All for Love by Arvind Parashar

— Messed up and definitely no love. Hola folks, How are you’ll doing? I have been trying so bad to be regular 😉 Messed Up! But all for Love Genre: Fiction, Romance Publisher: Shristi Publishers Blurb (as on Goodreads): Neil is a senior executive working with a leading brand name and his wife Gauri is…

Book Review: Once Upon a Genie by Durriya Kapasi

A Genie! This book made me want a Genie. Preferably a smoking hot one 😉 Okay! Back to reality. Hola folks! A book about fantasies and dream. Here’s my take on “Once Upon a Genie” by Durriya Kapasi. Genre: Fiction, Fantasy Publisher: Half Baked Beans Blurb (as on Amazon) Daisy had no idea what was…

Book Review- Immer by Denise McFarland

Weekenddddddddddddddddddddd! Here I am, procrastinating! Immer is the first novel by Author Denise McFarland. It’s a YA fantasy based on the existence and role of wolves along with the human civilization. Blurb (as on Goodreads) The world has evolved. Fairies exist and have the power to heal. Vampires are real and aren’t to be trusted….

Book Review: The Wonder by Emma Donoghue

Hola! Another impulsive buy, because Stephen King remarked it as “Impossible to put down” and also because of the cover (I know I shouldn’t judge a book by its cover but this beauty here brought me happiness in strange ways 🙂 ) The Wonder by Emma Donoghue Genre: Historical Fiction Blurb (as on Goodreads) In…

Book Review: “Sita: The Warrior of Mithila”

Hey folks, I finished the much-anticipated book of 2017 (especially for Indian book lovers) and it took me 3 days to finish this book (that’s because breathing and eating and sleeping consumes most of my time 😛 ) Blurb (as on Goodreads) India, 3400 BCE. India is beset with divisions, resentment, and poverty. The people…

Book Review: Olympus by Devdutt Pattanaik

  Blurb (As on Goodreads): • Olympus is the home of the Greek gods, much like Amravati of the Hindu devas. • Zeus, the leader of Olympians, wields a thunderbolt like Indra and rides an eagle like Vishnu. • The feats of the Greek hero Heracles, known to Romans as Hercules, reminded many of Krishna, as…

Book Review: The Lie by C.L.Taylor

Publisher: Harper Collins No of Pages: 468 Genre: Mystery and Thriller Buy the book here @ Amazon Jane Hughes resembles any of us. Carefree, adventurous, searching for an escape. She blindly trusts her friends- Daisy, Leanne and Al, not just with her everyday dilemmas, but with her secrets. The ones you wouldn’t want the world…

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Mini Reviews: Volume 1 ©Mridula Gupta Hey folks:  I had so many books in mind to review so I decided to club some together. These reviews may not be related to each other. It’s just a haphazard list. This is the first part of the many Mini Reviews to come😇 Looking forward to your precious…