We are okay by Nina Lacour

Okay so this book was clearly judged by the cover and I picked it up and loved the blurb and I wanted to read it for a long time. And I finally did! This book is about Marin who is away from home with nothing from her previous life and she is very scared and…

Simon vs the homo sapiens agenda by Becky Albertalli

First! I have heard so much about this book that I had to read it in this month anyhow! People are going crazy over this book and the rage lived up I guess. So when I started reading the book, I loved the e-mails that Blue and Simon exchanged but one thing I didn’t like…

They both die at the end by Adam Silvera

So when I first saw this book, I thought to myself that the title is a spoiler in itself but then I read the blurb and it sounded very interesting to me so I ordered it and got around to reading it now for #PrideReads2018. I read this other book by the same author, ‘History…

Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde

#PrideMonth Book 1 Queen by Jen Wilde This book is very cute, when I first saw the book I found it very girly and when I read the blurb I thought it’d be something very basic and cliched and I wasn’t completely wrong but the book is cute in so many ways and talks about…

A Dog’s Purpose by W.Bruce Cameron

A dog’s purpose Blurb vs Trailer Blurb It suggests about the book is from the dog’s point of view, and talks about how dogs are a man’s best friend and very loving and loyal and will love you till their last breath of their every life and find their way back to you! Trailer It…

Calling Sehmat – Raazi

Calling Sehmat – Raazi Blurb Vs Trailer Blurb – Her dying father’s wish is for her to marry into a Pakistani family and become a spy for India. Trailer – Both the countries are prepping for war, this innocent girl is being trained for being sent off as a spy to Pakistani family by marrying…

The perks of being a wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

The perks of being a wallflower by Stephen Chobsky Blurb Vs Trailer Blurb Charlie is depressed and is coping with the world. He feels alone, scared, anxious and in despair. It is an epistolary novel. Trailer It starts with addressing, ‘dear friend’, and Charlie talks about his school, love, fun, friends, how he is trying…

The sense of an ending by Julian Barnes

The sense of an ending Blurb vs trailer Blurb – Some old friends from college are now going to dig the past of the old times and it involves lawyers and sounds very sinister. Trailer- A diary that is to be sent to him and it also involves a nasty letter. One of the best…

Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon

Everything Everything. Blurb Vs Trailer Blurb – A girl being all weird and isolated and a boy tries every way possible to meet her? Trailer – The girl, Maddy is sick and wants to be outside of the house but can’t. She falls in love with a boy and loves her mom too but can’t…

Room by Emma Donoghue

Room Blurb vs Trailer Blurb It is a one-liner – Jack is five and he lives in a single room with his ma. This line only intrigued me in a way that I picked it up and didn’t read it until recently. I got it long before the movie was released. Trailer It suggests something…

Wonder by R.J.Palacio

Wonder Blurb vs trailer Blurb A boy who knows that his face isn’t ordinary and the quote – You cannot blend in when you’re born to stand out. Trailer August and his family living life and prepping for his first day of school (5th grade). It shows glimpse of his relationship with mom, dad, his…

The boy in the striped pyjamas by John Boyne

Blurb vs Trailer The blurb just suggested about Bruno being sad to be moved out of Berlin and is confused about why they have to go to ‘Out-with’ (Auschwitz) and something about the Fury. The trailer portrays some enemy to be defeated and moving so Bruno is losing friends, something really bad and a war…

The secret dreamworld of a shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella

I have read Sophie Kinsella’s work and this was where it all started in school. This book was one of the few ones that all of my group read. I think it was mainly cause of the teenage stage that we were in. We loved Rebecca Bloomwood to no bounds. Now as we have seen…

The old-girl network by Catherine Alliott

The book blurb suggests a lot of high school drama which follows the protagonist to her present and catches hold of her. She thinks it is harmless and all she has to do is pull her strings. But the book is much much more than high school drama. It is real life crazy creepy drama and…

Major Pettigrew’s last stand by Helen Simonson

I have read countless romances but never of an old couple falling love and this was indeed beautiful. Their widowed lives and circumstances lead them to each other and the multiculturalism brings them closer as they learn more about the other and fall in love. Major Pettigrew and Mrs. Ali are one of my favorite couples…

Geekerella by Ashley Poston

Damn! This book is so cute. We all know the storyline and how it is going to end and how it is going to flow overall. I thought it’d be predictable but then one of my friends asked me to read it. And I decided to give it a shot for the theme #SomethingLight. It…

Solo by Jill Mansell

Hated this book! The characters are so stereotypical which isn’t really a problem but the whole books seemed so boring and there was nothing that made me turn the pages of the book. I skipped a few things here and there to see if there was something in the end that would’ve made it better…

The house that BJ built by Anuja Chauhan

This is like a spin-off to the book – Those pricey Thakur girls. That book was based on the 5 daughters of the Justice Laxmi Narayan Thakur and his wife Mamta, who were named alphabetically. The story revolved around their lives with a lot of Indian drama and laughter. This book is based when the 5…

The sun is also a star by Nicola Yoon

I’m still in two minds about it. I love the way it started. And how the author put every character’s perspective in mostly all the scenes and truly stood by – there are always two sides to a story. Usually, I find these things a bit overdone and quite confusing but here the flow is…

Anna and the French kiss by Stephanie Perkins

I expected this book to be just the way it turned out to be. It was a like complete package of high school drama with one of the protagonists already dating someone else, everyone having a crush on the cute boy, mean girls, amazing friends, perfect yet not so perfect life but in foreign. It…

Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

Everyone’s first love is special and no one ever forgets it. It may not have lasted forever but it made it to the doors of your heart for eternity. Here is a story of Eleanor and Park of them meeting under the most unexpected way and finding their way of love through their weird but…

If I had to tell it again by Gayathri Prabhu

A father-daughter relationship will always have more love than words but here the words nor the love was enough to mend it The book is a memoir of the author where she talks about her relationship with her father. Talking about oneself to the world is a very brave thing to do and opening up…

When opposites meet by Sachin Garg

We’ve heard the saying opposites attract countless times, but what is the aftermath? Sure, winds blew, birds flew, and love bloomed, but can they really work it out despite all their differences? The romantics will say they will, the cynics might think otherwise, but the story takes you on a journey of 3 contrasting couples…

Flying without wings by Ravinder Singh

The last time I read a Ravinder Singh was years back when I read I too had a love story and I wasn’t a big fan of it but it was okay and now when I got this book for reviewing I was happy that the author’s writing has improved so much. I know I…

Vicious Circle by Wilbur Smith

Wilbur Smith comes high in recommendations and I get swooned and carried away with suspense and thrillers so picked this one up for my #7shadesofbooks theme. So my expectations were pretty high when I started reading this one. I can’t say I was disappointed but neither was I pleased. I have heard so highly of…

The Subtle art of not giving a fuck By Mark Manson

I haven’t picked up a self-help book in ages, the last time I did was around 5 years back that too only ChickenSoups. In this books, the author connects so well with the reader by sharing his own personal experiences with confidence and pride and he says how will you learn if you don’t make…

1 Page at a time by Adam J Kurtz

This book is so full of creative prompts and random pages that make you feel it’s vague but when you are at it. It is just so much fun. Check out #1Pageatatime on Instagram to check what others did with the book Here are some of my scribbles.

Junk By Melvin Burgess

Junk by Melvin Burgess. This book was written in 1996 and it created quite a buzz during that time whilst blaming Burgess to write a book about junkies and drugs and trying to spoil the readers. But these were the reviews only from the people who just the book by its cover and not by…

History is all you left me by Adam Silvera

History is all you left me – Adam S This book is all about how a person grieves when they lose someone they love and how they go through and cope up with the pain and the feeling of loss. It’s a story about Griff, who losses his best friend/ Ex boyfriend – Theo and…

Blowfish by Siddharth Tripathi

[ghozylab-instagram feed=456] Blowfish by Siddharth Tripathi . This story clearly talks about every other guy in the country trying to keep up with the Indian society shit and alongside being western yet Indian in the roots. The author brings the same old story about owning a big car, a luxury apartment with high paid salaries is…

Sweet Trouble by Susan Mallery

Sweet Trouble – Susan This is the 3rd book of the baking sister series but being honest, this is the only one I read. After a long time, I picked up a romance novel and I’m glad that I picked this one. It was the first time, I read any Mills&Boon Series and I’m in…

Those pricey thakur girls by Anuja Chauhan

Those Pricey Thakur Girls by Anuja Chauhan A wittingly well-written book This was my first of Anuja Chauhan and I can’t deny the fact that I’m swooned and I loved every detail the book had to give to us. The storyline and the character sketch is on point. Every character is quirkier than the other…