Book Review: The Balloon Girl by Syeda Faiza

In the modern world, when we see people with happy faces on social media or a party or occasion, we immediately assume that they all have an unproblematic life, and all is well. But the fact is, life is not that bright and that simple. Everybody in this world faces problems, pain, heartbreak, and failure.Continue reading “Book Review: The Balloon Girl by Syeda Faiza”

Book Review: Sakhi- A Tale of Her Secrets

Just wow. Loved it, absolutely brilliant! Ok, there is so much to say about this book. Amanda has poured her heart out in the story. Beautifully narrated, with a touch of suspense, this story of “Sakhi the Tale of her Secrets” is a roller coaster ride of emotions. 🍃 All the places where the authorContinue reading “Book Review: Sakhi- A Tale of Her Secrets”

Book Review: Ghostly Murder by Lotta Smith

Mr. Michael Archangel and his assistant Kelly Kinki (it’s Kinki ending with an I not a Y) is on a mission of solving a murder mystery, when the famous Sushi Czar is found dead in a room that’s locked from inside. A high profile case which seems like a ghostly murder needs a group ofContinue reading “Book Review: Ghostly Murder by Lotta Smith”

Book Review: Confidence: How to Overcome Your Limiting Beliefs and Achieve Your Goals by Martin Meadows

Many of us suffer from lack of confidence. The most important thing to know here is that it is not an individual’s fault, it depends on various factors that contribute to the case of self-loathing. This is a fact that all of us at some point in our lives undergo a certain situation that bringsContinue reading “Book Review: Confidence: How to Overcome Your Limiting Beliefs and Achieve Your Goals by Martin Meadows”

Book Review: The Text by Claire Douglas

Have you ever sent a text message to the wrong person? The Text by Claire Douglas is a short story which revolves around a message that Emily, instead of sending it only to her boyfriend mistakenly flung it to her entire office group. The message reads Andrew’s (her boss) being difficult about letting her haveContinue reading “Book Review: The Text by Claire Douglas”

Not a Book Review: The Arabian Nights

Who doesn’t know about the stories of ‘The Thousand & One Nights’ or ‘Alf laylah wa laylah’ in Arabic, which is popularly known as ‘The Arabian Nights’? But still if some of you who don’t know…here is a brief introduction to this amazing world. Once upon a time there lived a king, named Schahriar, whoContinue reading “Not a Book Review: The Arabian Nights”

Book Review: Teen Titans Raven by Kami Garcia

Books with pictures are always fascinating. For those who can’t read much or find it difficult to read novels, graphic novels are a great option. Teen Titans Raven by Kami Garcia is a graphic novel telling the story of a seventeen year old girl named Raven, who after an unfortunate accident loses her foster motherContinue reading “Book Review: Teen Titans Raven by Kami Garcia”

Book Review: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

Do you know anything about Iranian/Islamic Revolution? Iranian revolution is the phase that played a major role in making the history of the world. The main reason behind the revolution was the clash between two ideologies. One was the imposition of Westernisation while on the other hand one was to oppose the Westernisation theory andContinue reading “Book Review: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi”

Book Review: The Overview Motel By Rohaan Ohlyan

An absolute thriller. A fabulous read. Have you ever thought of staying at the motel which is situated in the middle of nowhere? As you have no other option to pursue. And you start witnessing some inexplicable bizarre incidents. Peter and Jack, two friends, during a heavy rain after their car got punctured, reach aContinue reading “Book Review: The Overview Motel By Rohaan Ohlyan”

Book Review: Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery, is such a delightful fun classic to read. I thoroughly enjoyed it.Written in 1908, this is a classic about an eleven year old orphan girl with red hair, Anne Shirley. Anne is full of life, very optimistic, extremely talkative and fun loving. Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert ofContinue reading “Book Review: Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery”