“Actually, the problem is that I can’t lose my mind. It’s inescapable” | My Thoughts on Turtles All The Way Down by John Green | Spoiler-free book review

Turtles All the Way Down by John Green My rating: 5 of 5 stars I’m speechless and yet I have a lot to say about this book. I’m writing this review a couple of days after I finished reading it. And I think it’s safe to say that anyone who’s read this book understands what […]

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 Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo | A spoiler-free book review.

Ketterdam, a bustling place known for its international trade where anything can be achieved by those who know how to take it. And who knows that better than criminal prodigy, Kaz Brekker. When Kaz is offered an opportunity that could get him wealth beyond his imagination, he isn’t aware of all that could follow the […]

“Words after all are nothing by themselves. They burst into meaning only in the minds they’ve entered” – My thoughts on Ghachor Ghochar by Vivek Shanbhag (Spoiler free)

I found out about this book via an endless page of 4.5-5 stars by various Bookstagrammers and Booktubers. I was intrigued by all the love and admiration this Indian author received globally and instantly wanted to get a copy for myself! (Having said that, my views remain uninfluenced from it all.) Ghachor Ghochar was originally […]

“Don’t let the bastards grind you down.” My thoughts on The Handmaid’s Tale.

“Yes, Ma’am, I said again, forgetting. They used to have dolls, for little girls, that would talk if you pulled a string at the back; I thought I was sounding like that, voice of a monotone, voice of a doll. She probably longed to slap my face. They can hit us, there’s Scriptural precedent. But […]

I thought Ian McEwan to be both cruel and considerate at the same time. More thoughts on Atonement.

A family reunites for, what proves to be, the last time. In just a matter of a couple of hours, multiple lives change. And none of them for the good. A family is torn apart, two lovers separated, a life of guilt and an urge of penance and atonement for one. The author is both cruel […]