“Jealousy, hatred, love, respect—what’s the real difference between these feelings? Is there any difference at all or are they merely shades of the same feeling? How does…… Read more “The Liberation of Sita | Book Review”
Hello hello! It’s the first Wednesday of 2021 and that means it’s time for the first WWW Wednesday of the year. I started doing this book tag in May last year but didn’t keep it up. This year, however, I fully intend to do this every Wednesday. #moreconsistent2021
From reading more non-fiction to developing a more consistent blogging schedule, here are some of my bookish resolutions for 2021. Also includes – shamelessly annotating books and not giving false promises of reading a particular book
Raybearer by Jordan Ifueko became a part of my ‘Favourites of 2020’ list almost as soon as I started reading this. I had such a big smile when I turned its last page. The world building! The characters! The magic! The plot twists! Everything about this book was magnificent.
Daphne du Maurier’s storytelling is exquisite. I could picture myself roaming in the halls of Manderley with Mrs Danvers judgemental eye following me everywhere. As scary that place is, I would love to visit it sometime.
Why should you read this book? Well, for its amazing characters, great world building, beautiful writing, the cutest romance and a heart-touching trans representation. And the ghosts – the hot-bad-boys-from-school-who-mean-trouble ghosts.
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“Delhi was once a paradise,⠀Such peace had abided here;⠀But they have ravished its name and pride,⠀Remain now only ruins and care.”Bahadur Shah Zafar I might hate it…… Read more “Twilight in Delhi by Ahmed Ali | Book Review”
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