I waited for this book with such excitement and bought the e book because I had literally no patience to wait for even a day for this to get delivered. A dragon alive in Louisiana who loves Vodka Martinis and Netflix? HELL YEAH!
Amidst the ongoing pandemic, this book can trigger a lot of anxiety for those who may be sensitive at this stage.
The book is not as scary as one would expect. It doesn’t just speak of a global pandemic with no cure, but also how a broken human, and flawed love is instrumental in wiping humanity itself out.
Text & picture by @darshu_08 While @thesecondlibrarian has been wanting to read this book forever, she’s a tad better procrastinator than me. This book has been so talked about, I couldn’t wait to read it. Took me not more than some 4 days to finish this because, well, college wouldn’t allow me to binge. Ugh! This is not…
A book that made me not want to leave my seat until the end of the story. A plot that tarts with a bang (pun intended), keeping you on the edge right from the beginning.
Neil is pure genius. Back in school, in art class, we would draw with a pencil, outline it with a black sketchpen, and then colour it. Neil does the same. He outlines reality with fiction, with borders of a surreal world that comes to life as you move ahead looking at this piece of art.
The best one I read in January that left me with a book hangover for a little longer than expected – The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw
I think, in the end, books find US, we’re mere mortals attempting to find the right piece of text to fill a certain space in our lives we want filled. Michael Chrichton’s first book FOUND ME, than the other way round that I usually do. Timeline is about a group of archeologists/scientists who travel back…