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
Author : Lemony Snicket Genre : Middle Grade / YA No. of Pages : 192 Publisher : Scholastic, Inc. If you read my thoughts on the first book The Bad Beginning , you’d know that it was both a bit more and a bit less than I’d expected. More creepy and less than what I had… Continue reading Review : A Series of Unfortunate Events – #2 The Reptile Room || Lemony Snicket
Author : Lemony Snicket Genre : Middle Grade No. of Pages : 176 Publisher : Scholastic, Inc. When I saw a bunch of ASOUE books at the Book fair, I couldn’t resist buying them. I know they are children’s book but I hadn’t read them as a kid. I saw beautiful matching hardcovers and I.… Continue reading Review : A Series of Unfortunate Events – #1 Bad Beginning || Lemony Snicket
Author : Mark Haddon Genre : Young Adult No. of Pages : 226 Publisher : Jonathan Cape // Random House Ever since I read the Sherlock Holmes story Silver Blaze, I have had my eyes on this book. The book title is a classic holmesian line. It’s super vague, yet you are expected to have an epiphany… Continue reading Review : Curious Incident of the Dog in the night-time || Mark Haddon
Author : Aayush Gupta Genre : Young Adult No. of Pages : 300 Publisher : Penguin Random House India Synopsis : How far would you go to be the best? At the elite school of Woodsville, manipulation and lies reign supreme. In the quest for the coveted spot of Head Scholar, stakes are raised, sides taken… Continue reading Review : Toppers by Aayush