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Belladonna by Adalyn Grace
Author of the All the Stars and Teeth series, Adalyn Grace has been on my TBR for a very long time now. Belladonna’s synopsis had me rapt with attention towards the shopping cart on my Amazon. And yet, I ended up reading it as an e-book. PLOT The story is about a girl Signa Farrow,…
Little Eyes by Samantha Schweblin
Some characters were immersive while some straight up boring. I skimmed through a lot of parts. However, the character did show nuance with human behaviour in focus.
From Below by Darcy Coates
I was immediately intrigued with the synopsis of this book. It’s about a group of dives exploring a sunken ship deep in the ocean in a space where there’s no movement of water, therefore no oxygen and therefore no flora and fauna. Just an abandoned ship underwater that sank mysteriously about a 100 years ago….
The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon
It’s a creepy book, that makes you question – why would someone want to read a diary only meant to be cursed and written about some really bad, demonic things that still lurk within the woods? Well. That’s the mystery of it all.
The Order Of The Pure Moon Reflected In Water by Zen Cho
The first time I heard about this book, was in several book vlogs on YouTube. The cover was phenomenal and the premise seemed promising. I knew this was a novella before I downloaded it on my kindle. And that’s the thing – you always expect novellas to pack a punch as they have to make…
Rhapsodic (The Bargainer Series #1) By Laura Thalassa
So many elements here are fascinating – myths and folklores taken from world over, dissolved into the story with ease. These are what makes the reading experience a lot more fun!
All The Murmuring Bones by A. G. Slatter
Miren O’Malley is a young girl living in an isolated, mysterious town of Breakwater. Once her family passes away, she travels to find answers about her parents who abandoned her as a child. However, the whole story has gothic fiction & supernatural creations so normalised. It makes things only better cuz it’s based jn Ireland….
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 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.