Only When It’s Us by Chloe Liese

I needed something rather light and relaxed and this was it. Plus, the book had representation too. the male protagonist is partially deaf and yet the story remains so beautiful. I’ve not written a blog in such a long while I honestly feel like what is even the point of paying a bomb to maintain…

The Girl With All The Gifts by M.R. Carey.

I knew bare minimal about this book when I began – post-apocalyptic horror where humanity has been reduced to dust. A girl called Melanie goes to school, strapped to a wheelchair, lives in a cell within a Bunker in the middle of nowhere. All the kids in her class are strapped the same way where…

Radiance by Grace Draven

I get why bookstagram has been raving about Radiance. It. Is. Magical. And I literally am writing this Just after finishing the Epilogue. I’m mushy and I have goosebumps too.World building aside, the friends-to-lovers trope is what hooked me right from the first page. Human woman Ildiko is married off to Kai prince (not human…

Cinder by Marissa Meyer

This was such a fun book! I love retellings but don’t opt for them often cuz there might not be enough justice done to the story or it sometimes feels like the original may get tarnished cuz of how the characters are treated in a retelling. In case of Cinder, BRILLIANT work! Cinderella as a…

The Simoquin Prophecies by Samit Basu

My Rating – 4/5 Imagine all the high fantasy/fiction/mythological story reference woven together for a story that’s an entirely different entity of a story in itself. That’s Simoquin Prophecies for you. Took me a while to finish this, but honestly it was worth savouring. The book is fresh and original and yet spoofs practically every…

Madam by Phoebe Wynne

If this book were a person I’d slap it so hard it’d have to medically fix it’s broken jaw.

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.