Book Review: The Museum Of Heartbreak, by Meg Leder

Pen is confused. This is her first love and she is not sure. They say follow whatever your gut feeling tells you, some call it “following your heart” too. Whatever you call it, something tells her the earth-shattering, ground-shaking, heart warming love, the kind poets write about, the kind that make you feel like you’re…

The storm!

To the man I once loved with all I had! Today he’s just a stranger biologically responsible for my existence. I could see it brewing on my horizon for days. It was there, getting stronger and denser. The storm that was going to blow everything I have known apart, that was going to ruin all…

Book Review: 10 things I can see from here, by Carrie Mac

Freak out. Calm down. Repeat.  The story revolves around Maeve and her panic attacks. She panics about getting her head slashed off on a bus. She worries about drowning while on the ferry. She worries about her mother dying in Haiti, her dad going back to drugs, her step mom dying during childbirth at home…

Book Review: Behind Her Eyes, by Sarah Pinborough

you might not be afraid of the dark, but are you sure you are not afraid of what it may be hiding? I started reading this book because of the hype about the unpredictable and unexpected ending. I have a thing for the reads where something hits you out of nowhere and you are left…

Book Review: Salt To The Sea, by Ruta Sepetys

Joana; the nurse who has a compassion so profound Florian: carrying something so precious and valuable, stolen from the infamous Amber Room Emilia: carrying a secret she cannot tell anyone about and how their lives get entwined on their way to the port where they’d try to find new life for themselves. During the Operation…

Book Review; This is Where It Ends, by Marieke Nijkamp

I have been eyeing this book for a long time mainly because I work in a school and anything and everything related to school and students is something I can totally relate to. The story is set in an auditorium of Opportunity High School where during a morning assembly and after the Principal’s address, the…

Book Review: Edhi, A mirror to the blind, By Tehmina Durrani

This is not a book review. These are just very few words about how I feel regarding what I have read and the great lessons I have learnt from this legend’s life. I cannot begin to describe how I feel after reading about this man who belongs to a different world altogether, yet gave his…

I cheated on my heart!! 

And now I can’t sleep. Is it possible to cheat on your own self?   Without telling any lies to any of the people involved, is it possible that in the process, one lies to his own heart?   Sometimes when we are so blinded by the idea of taking a revenge,  we forget who…

Book Review: The Woman In Cabin 10, by Ruth Ware

The cover is beautiful, the story is scary, the plot is fast & I recommend you to read this one when you are alone in your dark room, to feel what Lo went through when she sensed another person present in her house, while she was knocked out. If this book doesn’t send shivers down…

Book Review:Behind Closed Doors, by B A Paris

I was intrigued by the tag line, The Perfect Marriage, or The Perfect Lie? This story reminded me of the book “Perfect Victim: The True Story Of The Girl in The Box” great deal, even though both stories differ great deal, yet there is a striking similarity; both the stories scared me a lot. The…

Book Review: In The Stillness, By Andrea Randall

To the man I once cautiously planned a future with in my head before one was planned for us! A beautifully written book, which I absolutely could not relate to, only because I have never been through the kind of circumstances the main character in this story did, and I really hope and wish I…

Book Review: The Sun Is Also A Star, By Nicola Yoon

If you pull back far enough and wait for long enough, then order emerges; because everything looks like chaos up close. The most beautiful and attractive book cover I have seen in a  while. This one is a very interesting insight into how our minds in today’s world work. Even after reading the whole book, I…