“The Nightingale” and “Winter Garden” by Kristin Hannah -> 2-Book Review

Ratings: The Nightingale - 5/5 Winter Garden - 3.5/5 I don't know if it is just a mere coincidence or Kristin Hannah's books actually are exhausting. Both - The Nightingale and now Winter Garden - left me utterly drained and tired to the bone. I have decided to write about both books in one single… Continue reading “The Nightingale” and “Winter Garden” by Kristin Hannah -> 2-Book Review

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Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1) by Marissa Meyer – Book Review

  4/5 Uh nooo! Did it just end? There? Such a cliffhanger! :\ So now I have to basically complete reading all my Popsugar challenge books as quickly as I can and then get back to completing this series. I mean, c’mon, now I NEED to know what happened next! I took up a YA… Continue reading Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1) by Marissa Meyer – Book Review

Exit West by Mohsin Hamid – Book Review

You know, those of us who leave our homes in the morning and expect to find them there when we go back - it's hard for us to understand what the experience of a refugee might be like ~ Naomi Shihab Nye  In an unnamed country (in the Middle East mostly), Saeed and Nadia are… Continue reading Exit West by Mohsin Hamid – Book Review

Hotel by Arthur Hailey – Book Review

(3.5/5) "No. I wish to cancel that order and place another”. “Yes Ma’am.” When we generally say this in the hotels and restaurants and promptly another dish is served (or not served for whatever reasons) do we ever sit back and wonder what goes on behind the scenes? Sometimes we perhaps do, but what we… Continue reading Hotel by Arthur Hailey – Book Review

The Invisible Man by H. G. Wells – Book Review

Given a chance, will you choose invisibility over everything else? “The Invisible Man” by H. G. Wells is an exploration of this possibility of human invisibility through the eyes of a psychopathic scientist, Griffin. The plot opens with a certain Mrs. Hall distressing herself over the arrival of a new strange guest in her inn… Continue reading The Invisible Man by H. G. Wells – Book Review

A Writer Raccoon Interview with Yashodhara Lal Sharma – Author of Peanut has a Plan

She is - A corporate professional  A zumba instructor  A best-selling author of 5 books  A Mother of three.  If that wasn’t inspiring enough, Yashodhara Lal Sharma still feels that it is never enough and that there is always more to do. One look at her picture and you’d know you are dealing with someone… Continue reading A Writer Raccoon Interview with Yashodhara Lal Sharma – Author of Peanut has a Plan

Watership Down by Richard Adams – Book Review

I picked it up because I kept hearing things about it. In one of my author interviews, Deepak Dalalji spoke about it as being an inspiration to his Feather Tales: Talon the Falcon. And I am not much of a grown up most of the times really. Talking animals have always amused me since Aesop's… Continue reading Watership Down by Richard Adams – Book Review