BOOK REVIEW: All American Girl By Meg Cabot

Genre: Young-Adult Buy: Amazon A children’s book that I do know about, but frankly, I had no idea what one calls Young-Adults novel. What? I only discovered my obsession with books in 2007 (and it wasn’t uncontrollable back then). So I was oblivious to book categories/genres for years before and didn’t care much finding out […]

BOOK REVIEW: Desperate in Dubai by Ameera Al Hakawati

Genre: Chick-Lit Buy: Amazon After reading Desperate in Dubai by Ameera Al Hakawati, at least one thing is clear: women are women all over the world. Irrespective of culture, region, tradition or religion. They want to live life as per their own wishes and not as per the rules formed by the society or someone […]

BOOK REVIEW: The Laws Of The Spirit World By Khorshed Bhavnagri

Genre: Religion/Spirituality Buy: Amazon “Honesty is the best policy.” (Hopefully, or maybe sometimes?) I picked this one, not because I’m particularly interested in religion or even spirituality. I thought maybe the book will present some alternate theory about the spirits/ghosts/Otherworld. Speculative fiction or something…anything but not this. The discovery that it’s religious in nature disappointed […]

Book Review: Kiss & Tell by Nistula Hebbar

I wanted to read this book for a while now. Thanks to its good looking cover art and catchy blurb for making me curious to know more about the story. I was a bit apprehensive because in my experience books, even a book with a boring story line, these days comes with a catchy cover […]


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