Author : Jonathan Stroud Genre : YA/Supernatural/Thriller No. of Pages : 448 Publisher : Disney-Hyperion My Rating : ★★★★★ out of 5 Any number of hyperboles I use to state how perfect the fifth and final installment of the Lockwood and Co series was, would be only an understatement; that’s how perfect I thought it was.… Continue reading Review : The Empty Grave || Jonathan Stroud
Come October, the time of festivities begin in India. It’s also when all the online super sales start, so it’s generally a good time to indulge in retail therapy without putting a gaping hole in your pocket. Speaking of retail therapy and not ending up with empty wallets? I can’t not talk about this godsend… Continue reading Mini Book Haul || October 2017
I’m a huge fan of e-books. I know many readers don’t do e-books because they prefer to keep things traditional, some even dislike reading this way but I find them immensely practical. I spend more time in commute and at work than at home which meant sneaking in a couple of pages at work is… Continue reading Kindle-ing the Reading Fire
Author : Trisha Bora Genre : Contemporary No. of Pages : 305 Publisher : HarperCollins My Rating : ★★★.5 out of 5 Synopsis : Kitty Roy has more troubles than she can count on her fingers. Her love life is wonky, her paycheck is shit. She has badly behaved hair and struggles with a sugar… Continue reading Review : What Kitty Did || Trisha Bora
Imagine realizing you haven’t *ever* talked about your most favourite book series on your *book* blog? What idiocy is that? I’m going to remedy that, one post at a time. I present to you, Lockwood and Co by the master story-teller, and creator of the mighty Bartimaeus – Jonathan Stroud. Lockwood and Co is a supernatural,… Continue reading Lockwood and Co 5 is coming soon!!
Author : Ashley Poston Genre : YA / Retellings No. of Pages : 320 Publisher : Quirk Books My Rating : ★★★★ out of 5. I picked up Geekerella purely because I was bored. I’m stuck in this weird – not quite in a book slump but not eating my way through books –… Continue reading Review : Geekerella || Ashley Poston
If you live in India, you know how hard it used to be to procure cutesy, themed bookish merch like bookmarks and stuff. Thanks to the advent of Bookstagram, that is no longer the case. Recently, I have seen a lot of new and small online shops crop up on instagram that sell excellent, handmade… Continue reading Charmed by The Paper Charm Shop || Anime Merch