No matter, how many movies we see, how many books we read on Holocaust it is never enough. I have read articles, saw documentaries on World War 2, which was already depressing. Then one day while looking for books on Goodreads, I came across Lilac Girls, and the moment I read its summary I knew … Continue reading Martha Kelly’s Lilac Girls Book Review
Sometimes, we come across a book which we want to hold onto and feel like finishing it as early as possible and this was one of those books for me. This might not be a great piece of literature even have a few flaws, although if you're an emotional person, you will be able to feel the pain … Continue reading Nicholas Sparks’ Two by Two Book Review
Some days back I completed"The Girls" by Emma Cline and today I'm writing my review/thoughts about the same. The plot revolves around Evie Boyd, a 14 year teenager whose parents are recently divorced and who is also having a hard time with her only friend Connie. Evie's grandmother left her mother ancestral property & money … Continue reading Emma Cline’s The Girls Book Review
My first 5-star rating of the year and I'm proudly giving it to The Goldfinch 🙂 This, for me, is one the greatest book of all times. A book so deep, so meaningful that leaves me craving for more. A book with great literature giving me joy and shocks all in moments. A book which … Continue reading The Goldfinch(Donna Tart) – Review
Hello folks!! Princess – A real story of a girl/princess in Saudi Arabia kept in veils by her father, brother, husband and her sons. This is her life story and her struggles about not being to accept the traditions which are being followed in the secret society of Saudi Arabia It is a story of Sultana … Continue reading Jean Sasson’s Princess Book Review
Before starting to review Lolita, I must admit I had high expectations from the book and honestly - it did score well. Lolita is a story of obsession, delusion and moreover lust. The story revolves around Lolita Haze and Humbert Humbert. Humbert is a scholar, aesthete, a nymphet obsessed and has fallen madly in love with Lolita, … Continue reading Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita Book Review
Me before you – This was one of the best books I have read which left me speechless rather than in tears. Although, I did cry after watching its movie, but the novel left me with a number of thoughts. It is a love story with motivation, bravery, and continuous effort for sustaining one’s life. … Continue reading Jojo Moyes’s Me Before You Book Review.