Book review: Caraval by Stephanie Garber

Caraval book reiew

When I received Caraval I wasn’t even sure I’d read the book, let alone review it. But then, late one night, as I watched it sitting on my bookshelf in its mysterious black and golden cover, I decided to give it a try. By the time I finished it, the sun was raining gold and I knew I had to write another review.   Also read Fantasy fiction book review: Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake  I couldn’t do it though. Right…

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Fantasy fiction book review: Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

There are two reasons for me to write a book review: either I love it or hate it. The ones in between…meh who cares? Kidding. Three Dark Crowns was on my reading list for quite some time for the sole reason of it being a fantasy fiction. Even before I read it, I knew I was going to write a book review of it. It contradicts my earlier statement but sometimes you get that feeling right, where you just know…

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The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella – review

the undomestic goddess by sophie kinsella

After reading it for the umpteenth time, I figured The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella deserved a review. One thing I love about her writing is that she really knows how to weave humour and drama in real life situations. You don’t even realise that you’re actually laughing at yourself. Also read: 8 Mr Fairlie’s quotes true for people who are sick of the world  The Undomestic Goddess was recommended to me by my former boss (now a friend). Both…

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The Woman in White – 8 Mr Fairlie’s quotes true for people who are sick of the world

Some quotes deserve to be framed and hanged on your wall. Literary characters define life so accurately you can’t help but stop reading, stare at the wall in wonder at how someone who doesn’t exist can understand your situation so well. Here are some of Mr Fairlie’s quotes that describe the life of everyone who can no more deal with this world’s BS. When the world just won’t leave you alone It is the grand misfortune of my life that…

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Saving Sophie by Sam Carrington – a review

Being a teenager is hard enough. A stalker bent on murdering you doesn’t make it any easier. Sophie is your average teenager, trying to juggle university and work, while trying to take care of a mother with severe PTSD that has taken its toll on her marriage. Everything that Karen is convinced she has put behind her comes back to haunt her when Sophie is discovered by the police, alone and drunk in the middle of nowhere, with no recollection…

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