“Audiobooks speak for themselves.” ~ Paul Acampora, I Kill the Mockingbird Haha! Well, yes they do. And if you don’t pick a good narrator, there is no way you’ll enjoy the book. That’s one mistake I made when I first entered the land of audiobooks and I spoke about it in a blog post which also happened […]
Rating: 3.5 Stars In One Line:A young Jew, living by a Christian name, working under a Nazi Officer, in hopes of being reunited with her husband. Genre: Historical Fiction “Anna is something wrong?” Yes I want to say. You ran a prison camp for Jews. You keep my parents locked in the ghetto. You […]
Perfect by Cecelia Ahern My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars This book is the Perfect sequel, with its own flaws, to Flawed. See what I did there? Oh well! Perfect starts with twists and turns from the first few pages itself. It has a lot of new characters to present and a lot of new things […]
Dear Diary Today was an even more difficult day for Mr. Doughnut, like many other pooches and animals and also humans, because of a bunch of idiots. Thanks for more pollution, guys! I didn’t mean to start this diary entry on a not-so-positive note but I couldn’t change reality. 12.20 AM – Finished editing last night’s […]
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.