MY RATING : 4/5 STARS. There are indeed very few novels that truly linger in your mind after you read them. Anthony Doerr is my newest addition to my list of beloved author's which includes Markus Zusak, Khaled Hosseini, Yann Martel and Jhumpa Lahiri, who make the story so electric that it flows in your … Continue reading All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
Hi my lovely cupcakes! *Yeah Anj, WHERE WERE YOU?* School sucked in my reading time like a black hole. Also, I haven't been in the mood to blog this month? Maybe it's finally time for me to take a bit of a break from blogging. More on that at the end of this post. Without … Continue reading June Wrap Up + Hiatus?
Jack Sparrow is my Spirit Animal. You should probably be knowing, by now, that this post is going to be about PotC.* *I've always had a special place for the franchise, even as a kid, but recently, it just escalated to a whole new level. And PotC. Y'ALL KNOW ABOUT THIS RIGHT? PIRATES OF THE … Continue reading FIERCE FANGIRL FRIDAY:Pirates of the Caribbean
HEY UNICORNS! Missed me much? *no?Okay..* I'm sorry I've been inactive here lately (5 days, to be accurate) but I was getting some good chunks of reading done. So... I'll be catching up with your posts soon! But this post is not about that. It's a review of Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell. (Also, … Continue reading Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
Hey wonderul people! I posted my five favourite poems here last month, and you guys wanted another one, so here we go: version 2.0!! *all of these are works of the mentioned poets. I'm just here to share my love of poetry with everyone. 1. CAGED BIRD by Maya Angelou A free bird leaps on … Continue reading 5 FAVOURITE POEMS [2.0]
M Y R A T I N G: 5/5 STARS. I'm sure everyone has heard about the Holocaust through countless re-tellings and survivor tales. I'm glad that the atrocities committed by the Nazis were not hidden away, but were revealed to the world. The Nazi's 'Final Solution' was a terrible punishment inflicted upon the Jews. … Continue reading Night by Elie Wiesel
Ah writing reviews of books is so easy. Don't be dramatic. *Don't. You. Dare. Complete. That. Sentence.* SAID NO ONE EVER. DUH. I literally have so many issues with reviewing books. And most of the times, I end up sounding like a broken record,repeating the same things again and again. Dear professional Reviewers: HOW ARE … Continue reading Reviewing books? *laughs nervously*