A journey in the depths of the ocean & human mind: Dark Water

“In every life, I now believe, there is one event that is the well-spring of the fundamental agony and decision in us. It lies beneath the sunlit layers of the present moment, throwing its shade across the foundations of our being, forming the self to come. If grasped and brought to the surface, it can … More A journey in the depths of the ocean & human mind: Dark Water

An Epic Family Saga: The Garden Of Lost and Found

Before I start, I do need to appreciate this cover, which definitely made my reading experience all the better. I LOVE reading historical fiction, or family sagas especially in summer months. I know it’s rather specific, but books with flowers, gardens, leaves, sceneries on the cover attracts me more and more during this time. Don’t … More An Epic Family Saga: The Garden Of Lost and Found

An engrossing multi-generational saga: The Butterfly Room

I think it’s no secret by now that I love Lucinda Riley’s books. They are a combination of so many things I love like; history, family saga, interesting characters, different geographies and culture, and of course a bit of romance 🙂   Her Seven Sisters series is my favourite for many reasons, and I’ve done quite … More An engrossing multi-generational saga: The Butterfly Room

Magic, history & folklore: The Office Of Gardens and Ponds

Hi friends! I hope you’re all well. Today is another review of a GORGEOUS book. Seriously, I’m in love with this cover. Not only because it’s beautiful, it reflects the soul of the book so well. Anyway, after I do my usual cover evaluation, here is what the book is about 🙂 In Japan, 1000 … More Magic, history & folklore: The Office Of Gardens and Ponds

A story of love and obsession in Victorian era: The Doll Factory

Hello friends! Today is another review of a book we actually fell for months ago when we saw this gorgeous proof, right? And I’m so glad to say I’m not disappointed with the actual cover, gorgeous! As well as the content 🙂 Elizabeth Macneal‘s The Doll Factory is described by Paula Hawkins as ‘A sharp, scary, … More A story of love and obsession in Victorian era: The Doll Factory