If there were ever a book I were to recommend on mental health, teenage angst and real feelings – this would be it. Eliza And Her Monsters is a breath of fresh air.
Like most of Murakami’s works, this one too is filled with magic! Crows that try to communicate, sex in dreams that cause real pregnancy, and two moons!
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.
I’m Priyanka, and I love reading. Books have rescued me from some of the toughest times in my life, and made my good times even better. I’m a journalist who loves to socialise, but mostly, I find myself at home between the pages of a book. I find myself belonging to that fragrance that lies…
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…