Having grown up in watching Ramsay horror movies with the ‘chudails’ and ‘pishach’ chasing me in my nightmares, a book written by the descendant of the Ramsay family really intrigued me.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Dafaq did I just read. And WHY
I feel like the green well is a metaphor for success – you get everything you want – the wealth the money and the power, and yet you feel no emotion. Extreme ambition can destroy the humanity within us
Took me a while to finish this book – a month to be exact. The book starts super slow, but catches up after a point. I was so invested in Miryem, Wanda and Irina that after a point I realised that I was actually relishing this book. I never wanted it to end! Synopsis :…
First book in the Kane Chronicles trilogy Synopsis The Kane Chronicles is a trilogy of adventure and Egyptian mythological fiction books written by American author Rick Riordan. The novels are narrated alternately in first-person by the two protagonists, siblings Carter and Sadie Kane. The siblings are powerful magicians descended from the two pharaohs Narmer and…
I wanted to see what all the hype was about and of course was looking for a good read when I decided to pick this one.