Book Review: The Keeper of Lost Things- by Ruth Hogan

Over the years, he had filled his drawers and shelves with fragments of other people’s lives and somehow they had helped to mend his– so cruelly shattered– and make it whole again. This quote above was the only time I found myself liking this book. And it was chapter 5 of 51. I honestly don’t…

Book Review: Little Fires Everywhere – by, Celeste Ng

What made someone a mother? Was it biology alone, or was it love? This one appeared in my recommended books section on Goodreads. Having a rating of 4.2/5, this book was a winner of goodreads readers choice awards 2017, securing 39,077 votes. The book presents various dilemmas and controversies in a very not-exactly-in-your-face manner. The…

Book Review: Before The Fall, by Noah Hawley

Two of the most influential men, along with some other people are on a private plane which mysteriously crashes into the sea. There is only one adult survivor who swam for eight hours, carrying a four year old on his back. Several people are interested in knowing what really happened and how the plane exactly…

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: 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…