Children's fiction · MG · YA

Review : A Series of Unfortunate Events – #1 Bad Beginning || 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

Contemporary · Romance · Women authors

Review : The Hating Game || Sally Thorne

Author : Sally Thorne Genre : Contemporary Romance No. of Pages : 384 Publisher : HarperCollins Synopsis : Lucy Hutton and Joshua Templeman hate each other. Not dislike. Not begrudgingly tolerate. Hate. And they have no problem displaying their feelings through a series of ritualistic passive aggressive maneuvers as they sit across from each other, executive… Continue reading Review : The Hating Game || Sally Thorne

Historical Fiction · Indian authors · Mystery / Crime · Women authors

Review : The Englishman’s Cameo (Muzaffar Jang #1) || Madhulika Liddle

Author : Madhulika Liddle Genre : Historical Fiction No. of Pages : 281 Publisher : Hachette India Synopsis : Muzaffar Jang is that rare creature in Mughal Emperor Shahjahan’s Dilli – an aristocrat with friends in low places. One of whom, Faisal, stands accused of murder. When the body of Mirza Murad Begh is found… Continue reading Review : The Englishman’s Cameo (Muzaffar Jang #1) || Madhulika Liddle

Literary Fiction · Mental health · YA

Review : Curious Incident of the Dog in the night-time || Mark Haddon

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

Mental health · Non Fiction

Review : Hello Me, It’s You by Hanna Todd

Author : Hanna Todd Genre : Non-Fiction // Mental Health No. of Pages : 112 Publisher : Self published Hello Me, it’s You is a collection of letters by young adults aged 17-24 about their experiences with mental health issues. The letters are written to their 16-year-old selves, giving beautifully honest advice, insights, and encouragement… Continue reading Review : Hello Me, It’s You by Hanna Todd