The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Markus Zusak plays with your feelings in certain parts of the book, which is what this book annoying, yet appealing enough to continue till the end. Zusak makes you cry, occasionally laugh.

The Last Letter by Rebecca Yarros

Not every reader may be comfortable reading a book that is so tragic, but if you are this book is totally worth the melancholy your heart will face.

The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow

This is one of the most beautiful proses I’ve read in my life, lush, is what they call it. Everything is poetic, melancholic and a few times even tragic but this it’s written in such striking language, it al most made me swoon. Each paragraph more confounding than the previous, the book takes us through…

Home Before Dark by Riley Sager

This book would have done better on screen as the visuals in here are quite jump-scary in an entertain-you-on-a-1045th-tv-show-episode kinda way.

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

What happens when you try to preach some self-healing semi-spiritual gyaan in the form of sci-fi? The Midnight Library is what happens.

Penguin book of Japanese Ghost Stories

This book is more about Lafcardio Hearn, the author of Irish descent who settled in Japan. It’s fascinating to know Japanese culture through his eyes. Like superstitions, beliefs & customs of the culture I did not know about and how the Japanese take their fairytales very seriously.