By Rhona Byrne **** A more directional self help book deeply rooted on positive thinking and manifestation. Book Bio: The Secret’s 10th Anniversary Edition includes a new foreword by Rhonda Byrne, and 10 of the most life-changing insights she’s had over the last 10 years of practicing and living The Secret every day. The … Continue reading The Secret Review
By Shari Lapena *** This was not that depressingly predictive, yet not completely amazing. Still gets you hooked till the end coz you just wanna know how it ends. Book Bio: You never know what's happening on the other side of the wall. Your neighbour told you that she didn't want your six-month-old daughter at … Continue reading The Couple Next Door
by Jen Sincero **** I can't wait to dig in about this book. It was a high up. low low and somewhere in the middle yet forever exciting kinda book. Read on. Book Bio: Jen Sincero, serves up 27 bite-sized chapters full of hilariously inspiring stories, sage advice, easy exercises, and the occasional swear word. … Continue reading You are a badass
What She Knew Gilly Macmillan ** That is how less I've enjoyed this book. I've been so much into Dublin Murder Squad Series recently, that this book popped up as a suggestion. This was pretty much in the style of Good Girl by Mary Kubica but do not expect it to be nearly as exciting. … Continue reading What She Knew, was nothing.
1. First book of a 6 part autobiography series 2. A fictional classic love tale involving number and equations gone wrong 3. A self help book for productivity that has been recommended all over blogs in the list of "To be Read". Read more to find out how I felt about the above three.
8 months into the year 2016, I am 23 books behind schedule as per GoodReads challenge. now I can make a million excuses of where the time went but nothing will compensate the 23 books lagging behind. Finally I've decided to make even and go on a book marathon for the next 6 weeks and … Continue reading Slipstream, War and a Ghost
'But, we aren't friends', she hit send sliding the phone beneath the pillow. It was past midnight, she couldn't keep her eyes open, neither did she wanted to say goodnight. Every time he replied, she texted him back, slid the phone under the pillow closed her eyes and waited while he replied. This was her … Continue reading Designed for You
"There is a brighter world than this; and that the passage to it is speedy." Being this my first time reading this, I am quite taken aback by the references of that age still being absolute the same of our present times. Filled with truths of no expiration this book is nothing less than that … Continue reading Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist
A beautiful read, which definitely deserves a read again, if only I could complete it first! Huh!! If you read my last post on struggle with reading poetry, which definitely should not be a struggle with an English Literature Graduate, (In my defense I read Indian Literature which has shorter plays, there might have been … Continue reading Byron’s Don Juan
It is completely different to what I've read ever. That's the first thing that popped into my head. "Different." It really was an easy read, the style of writing is so smooth and fluent, it just sings so soft. The style of writing I felt was a bit similar to the book Adultery by Paulo … Continue reading Imogen Binnie’s Nevada