‘A Study in Emerald’ by Neil Gaiman

When I grow up, I want to be Neil Gaiman. Wait..... I am already all grown up. Oh shoot! I guess that ship has already sailed. But the reason I say that is because Neil Gaiman is one of those authors whose stories make me feel intrigued, comfortable, flabbergasted and satisfied, all at the same … Continue reading ‘A Study in Emerald’ by Neil Gaiman

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‘Witches’ by Laine Watson (Book #1)

If all of that you have ever remembered, has always been a lie, where would you even start to find the truth? Would you even be able to discern between a truth and a lie anymore? Those are the questions our main character introduced to us as Magdalene, has to survive with. Still doesn't sound … Continue reading ‘Witches’ by Laine Watson (Book #1)

‘Did you see Melody?’ by Sophie Hannah

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Have you ever wondered How much is too much? How far is too far? Who decides that? If you are anything like me and are in the habit of spending sleepless nights in philosophical discussions with yourself, then you probably have. And if not, no need to feel left out! … Continue reading ‘Did you see Melody?’ by Sophie Hannah

‘Sea of Darkness’ by Isadora Brown and Rebecca Hamilton

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Vampires are so humdrum now. I am more familiar with the blood sucking, sparkly pretty boy than I want to be. ( In case an actual vampire is reading this- I meant no offence my Lord! But it's all on the media. Not me...Definitely not me.) So I expected this … Continue reading ‘Sea of Darkness’ by Isadora Brown and Rebecca Hamilton

‘Kashi: Secret of the Black Temple’ by Vineet Bajpai (Harappa #3)

So..... Now what? Is what I always think when I finish reading the last book in a  series. It is strange feeling, really. On one hand, I am happy that the story is finally resolved BUT But I have to now let go of all these familiar characters. I have nothing more to wait for. … Continue reading ‘Kashi: Secret of the Black Temple’ by Vineet Bajpai (Harappa #3)

‘If you go down to the Woods’ by Seth C. Adams

You open a book. Settle down. Start reading. And your chain of reactions progresses thus: "Oh, this seems like a fun and normal story." "Hmmm... Is this going to be something like the Famous Five or Secret Seven?" "Oh no!" "No...No, No...No,No,No" "What...No... Don't....No...WHAT?!" "Aaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!" Before you reach the last page your mouth is hanging open … Continue reading ‘If you go down to the Woods’ by Seth C. Adams

‘Yes, I’m 20’ by Sukanya Mallik

Growing up is the most natural thing in anyone's life. It's biological. It's going to happen whether you want it to or not. (Not mostly....after a certain age.) But learning to grow up....that my friend....is like Alice falling down the rabbit hole. Sukanya Mallik writes about her own experiences but to every reader it would … Continue reading ‘Yes, I’m 20’ by Sukanya Mallik