The Cruel Prince (Spoiler-Free Review)

Synopsis (goodreads): Jude was seven years old when her parents were murdered and she and her two sisters – Vivi and Taryn – were stolen away to live in the treacherous High Court of Faerie. Ten years later, Jude wants nothing more than to belong there, despite her mortality. But many of the fey despise…

THUG – The Hate U Give (Spoiler-Free Review)

8 hours straight! Yes, it was that good. “Sometimes you can do everything right and things will still go wrong. The key is to never stop doing right.” -Angie Thomas, The Hate U Give Angie Thomas has written a brilliant debut. THUG rips un-apologetically into a subject that needs to be ripped into – the…

Our Chemical Hearts

Hello everyone! I shamelessly ignored my blog for past two months and was barely active on Instagram and Twitter, a lot has been going on. On a brighter note, I finally managed to scrap some motivation to read a few books and here I am trying to pen down my thoughts on Our Chemical Hearts…

Rebel of the Sands (Spoiler-Free Review)

Set in Miraji (desert), it’s a Middle-Eastern Fantasy with djinns, magic and a crazy road trip. The fusion of Arabian mythology with a western setting was something different than the usual. Amani, an orphan, believes that somewhere, something better is waiting for her, if only she could escape her hometown, Dustwalk, where she would end…

Nevernight (Spoiler-Free Review)

First of all let’s get this out of the way. I know many people didn’t like Nevernight and a few couldn’t even read beyond 100 pages, but friends this book ended up in the pile of my all time favorite books. Why? Because I really like overly dramatic stuff and most importantly it gives me…

The Problem With Forever (Spoiler-Free Review)

A book about Childhood Neglect and abuse. It delves deep into the subject and highlights how these two things can shape or impact one’s life, personality, future, and can change/scar an individual. With a slow start, the story picked up during the second half (Reason I didn’t give 4*). The Problem With Forever was emotionally…

Empire of Storms

“I need book therapy”, my first thought as soon as I finished reading Empire of Storms.Β  For books (especially Sarah J. Maas’s sequels) have the power to rip your heart out and shred your soul, besides leaving you speechless, helpless, yet hopeful! Yes, there is more to come. We have one more freaking book to…

It Ends With Us

All that talk about changing lives and inspiring people through literature, well, this book did it. How in the hell did Colleen Hoover pulled it off? I am overwhelmed, sad and happy – all at the same time.Β Them feels!! She writes SO well, one of those writers whose work is effortless and flawless. Earlier this…