Curse of Kukkutarma

Overview: Genre: Mythology/ Science FictionNumber of Pages: 336Author: Prateep Roy Ratings: Story: 4/5Writing Style: 3.5/5Captivating (On the scale of 5): 3.5/5Overall: 3.8/5 Book Blurb: The protagonist, a prodigy, now a grown-up scientist, realizes his childhood dream of making a time machine. He creates Atitayā́n (a machine that travels to the past). In his quest to … Continue reading Curse of Kukkutarma

The Burning girls – book review

Overview: Author: C.J. TudorGenre: ThrillerNumber of Pages: 333 Ratings: Story: 4/5Writing Style: 4/5Captivating (On the scale of 5): 3.5/5Overall: 3.75/5 Review: Plot: The plot of the book revolves around the place called Chapel Croft. It is village that holds secrets and eventually Jack and her daughter gets involved in the secrets and everything starts to … Continue reading The Burning girls – book review

Not A happy family – book review

I am a fan of Shari Lapena’s writing and she is one of the very few authors who will release the book and the next day, I’ll order them without giving any second thought. The book is good but not her best. If you are not a fan of the author, you can skip this one. If you want to start reading the author, go for The Couple next door. It was fabulous.

The Wife Upstairs – Book review

Review at Glance: Definitely worth your time. Overview: Genre: Domestic ThrillerNumber of Pages: 304Publisher: Harper Collins Ratings: Story: 4/5Writing Style: 4.5/5Captivating (On the scale of 5): 4.5/5Overall: 4.5/5 Review: Plot: Plot mainly revolves around Jane. Her ambitious life makes her do things that she never regrets and then she met Eddie and her life changed … Continue reading The Wife Upstairs – Book review

I Will Make You Pay by Teresa Driscoll – Book Review

Ratings: 3/5 Format: Audiobook Platform: Audible Status: Recommended for Beginners not for serious thriller readers. A good thriller is all about how it begins and how brilliantly you can hide all the elements before revealing them all during the climax. This book, I will make you pay, is, according to me, a perfect example of … Continue reading I Will Make You Pay by Teresa Driscoll – Book Review

Veronika Decides to die – Book Review

‘Veronika Decides to die’ is a kind of book that will stay with you forever. The book that starts with a simple suicide attempt turns out to be a book with many layers, uncovering time to time and taking you deep onto the world of so called lunatics and asking you a simple question, “Are … Continue reading Veronika Decides to die – Book Review

The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish

Just wow! I wasn’t expecting this to be so wonderful but believe me guys, The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish is just amazing. The best part of my experience was that I chose to listen to the book using Storytel App. So I was basically listening to Tiffany’s story rather than reading it. The … Continue reading The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish

‘Murderous Greed’ by Arun K Nair – Book Review

The best part of any crime fiction is the element of surprise and mystery. The author should have the quality of holding the audience till the very last page and deliver all the answers effectively. With 'Murderous Greed', Arun K Nair successfully delivers everything that a crime fiction lover would ask for. Starting from the … Continue reading ‘Murderous Greed’ by Arun K Nair – Book Review