Book Hauls · Library Tour

Library Tour (and book haul!!): Eloor Library, Chennai

Last year, I had created a new post category on the blog called "Library Tour" with the intention of sharing more posts about libraries in and around my city, Chennai. Till now, it has a grand total of one post: Here That's mostly because there are hardly any good libraries that I know of in… Continue reading Library Tour (and book haul!!): Eloor Library, Chennai

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Book Hauls

Book Haul || Chennai Book Fair 2018

Would you like to know a cold, hard truth about me? .......... I love used books! Phew. There. I'm really oversharing today aren't I... Okay but is there any other treasure trove for used books like book fairs? I think not, my pals! The Chennai Book Fair (CBF) is the biggest and one of the… Continue reading Book Haul || Chennai Book Fair 2018

Fantasy · Retellings

Review: The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic || Leigh Bardugo

Author : Leigh Bardugo Genre : Fantasy/Fairy-tale retelling No. of Pages : 288 Publisher : Imprint My Rating : ★★★★ / 5 I think I've cracked it, guys: Leigh Bardugo is actual Grisha. I mean...there can be no other explanation for the magic she weaves with her words. She must be a Fabricator of Words or… Continue reading Review: The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic || Leigh Bardugo

Contemporary · Indian authors · Romance · Women authors

Review: Glitter and Gloss || Vibha Batra

Author : Vibha Batra Genre : Contemporary Romance No. of Pages : 184 Publisher : Bloomsbury India My Rating : ★★★ out of 5 Synopsis : Misha is a make up artist who, after a series of mishaps and twists and turns, falls madly in love with Akshay who reciprocates her love with ardour. The only hitch… Continue reading Review: Glitter and Gloss || Vibha Batra

MG · Thrillers · YA

Review : The Empty Grave || Jonathan Stroud

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