All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Deorr

How do you ever know for certain that you are doing the right thing?

– Anthony Doerr

What a BRILLIANT and POETIC piece of work. After I completed the book in just two days, I was sad because it ended and I wanted to get more of it. Continue reading “All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Deorr”


Should authors include Trigger Warnings?

Make your mental health a priority.

Hello, Bookworms.

I am going to talk about Should authors include Trigger Warnings or not. This discussion has been going on for quite some time now. So, I thought about penning down my opinion on it as well. Continue reading “Should authors include Trigger Warnings?”

Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami

What a terrible thing it is to wound someone you really care for and to do it so unconsciously.

– Haruki Murakami

So, Norwegian Wood is my first Murakami book and I dived right in with high expectations because other readers were all praises for him. Kafka on the Shore is one of his best works and I planned to read it first but then I read somewhere that I should read Norwegian Wood first to understand his writing style. I wouldn’t say that I hated this book but I didn’t like it much either. Continue reading “Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami”

March 2019 Wrap Up

A room without books is like a body without a soul.

– Marcus Tullius Cicero

Hello, Bookworms!!
How are y’all? How was March for you guys? Good, bad or okay-ish? Mine was okay-ish.
Anyways, I was on a book buying ban (oh God, it was difficult to get through the month) but I managed to not buy even a single book. So, kudos to me!! And if you also didn’t buy any new book but read a one from your shelf, then you deserve a pat on your back!! Continue reading “March 2019 Wrap Up”

Children of the Knight by Michael J. Bowler

Once upon a time in the City Of Angels, chaos was king and carelessness ruled.

– Michael J. Bowler

Children of the Knight by Michael J. Bowler is the first book in The Lance Chronicles. It’s a YA fantasy contemporary novel. It talks about social issues prevalent in our society today like abandoned children, usage of drugs, prostitution and injustice to LGBT community. Continue reading “Children of the Knight by Michael J. Bowler”

Wonder by R.J. Palacio

When given the choice between being right or being kind, choose kind. 

– R.J. Palacio

What an astounding and insightful book. I don’t think I could ever get enough of this book. I mean it’s going to force you to think about all that time when you were not kind enough to someone, intentionally or unintentionally. And this book will make you a better person. Continue reading “Wonder by R.J. Palacio”

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