Biblio-Comparisons: Turtles All The Way Down & Everything Everything

Hi everyone! Every author has their own way of  creating their characters, specially protagonists. The big and small details, history and struggles. This year, I read two immensely loved books with protagonists that share a few things in common but one in particular – health. But did I equally like them? Here’s a friendly comparison: […]

Biblio-thoughts on Miss Laila Armed and Dangerous by Manu Joseph | Are you easily offended? – Vlog

Miss Laila, Armed and Dangerous by Manu Joseph My rating: 5 of 5 stars “There are faces that only an Indian can make. Like that baffled face when he is shocked by the most logical outcome of his actions. He crosses the road like a cow, and he is startled by a truck. A vehicle […]

My Thoughts on Battling Injustice by Supriya Vani | Spoiler-free | How non-fiction books helped me cope with my health ( Vlog )

Battling Injustice: 16 Women Nobel Peace Laureates by Supriya Vani My rating: 5 of 5 stars You know how there are phases in life when you have one problem after the other, and it all seems like everything will crumble? It gets all gloomy and nothing seems to get better. It’s then when you need […]

Dear Diary | 7 Nov, 2017 |The one where I uploaded a new YouTube video! 

Dear Diary Today, I mostly rested because I still need to recover from what happened yesterday. But! I really wanted to film videos today because it’s been a while. So, before anything else went wrong today, I decided to get ready and get filming! That’s all that I was able to do. After filming two videos, […]

My Thoughts on Crooked Kingdom, Frankenstein and Simon vs. The Home Sapiens Agenda | Spoiler-free – Vlog #8

It starts with a series of letters written by Captain Robert to her sister, where he describes his emotions, loneliness  and his urge to share his days with someone close. In those letters, we also get to meet a man who was found in the icy sea water, almost dead, saved by the ship’s crew. Initially quite, this man starts opening up to the captain and explains how he got here. Victor Frankenstein tells his story to the captain in hopes to warn him about his mistakes and asks him to learn from them.

My thoughts on Attachments by Rainbow Rowell | Spoiler-free Review – Vlog #5 – Part 2

“Lincoln?” she asked. “Yes?” “Do you believe in love at first sight?” He made himself look at her face, at her wide-open eyes and earnest forehead. At her unbearably sweet mouth. “I don’t know,” he said. “Do you believe in love before that?” *** Attachments by Rainbow Rowell My rating: 4 of 5 stars Oh […]

My Thoughts on Men Without Women by Murakami | Short, Spoiler-free review – Vlog #5 (Part 1)

Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami My rating: 1 of 5 stars It definitely took me a while to realise that I didn’t like this book at all, mainly because I heard so many great things about it and also Murakami’s work in general that I subconsciously began thinking that I’m enjoying it. When I […]