Hello friends! Today I wanted to talk about two books I read recently and loved both. I’m hardly disappointed by Pushkin Press books, so this didn’t come as a surprise 🙂 First one is Liar by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen. First of all, this cover screams Spring and I must admit, as a woman I was totally in … More New Releases, Mini Reviews
“And so I told him that it felt like toying with death. It was like tying your life to thread, sending it out to a place over which you had no power, working all day to keep it from being lost, and then, in the evening, if you were lucky, pulling it back unharmed, admiring … More Night Theatre: A long night, a doctor & a dead family to operate???
Hello friends! I’ve been a bit away from blogging, but I was certainly reading, so get ready for upcoming reviews these days on my blog 🙂 I’m really excited for the Women’s Prize for fiction list this year. I know some books, but there were ones I’ve never heard of. I’ll try to read the … More From the Women’s Prize Long List: Bottled Goods
Hi friends! Back with another review with a book that took me by surprise. If you read the blurb of this book, I’d have told you “Nah, not my cup of tea!” But, what do you know, sometimes we love books we think are not for us 🙂 This book is set in colonial Australia … More A gripping coming-of-age story: Only Killers and Thieves
I’m in marketing/advertising since long time and I’ve produced many ads for well known brands. So, that’s the best way I can express my feelings for this book 🙂 When I read this, an old Audi ad came to my mind immediately, telling that an Audi car gives you all you can ask, combining many … More A jaw dropping thriller from Peter Swanson: Before She Knew Him
Dream Sequence by Adam Foulds is another new release that I enjoyed a lot for many reasons. It centers Henry Banks, who is a successful and very handsome actor, hoping to be the lead in a film by a genius Spanish director. Meanwhile, Kristin is a divorcée, who watches his British TV show all the … More An enjoyable slice of celebrity world: Dream Sequence
I’m sure you’re not done yet with appreciating this beautiful cover, but let’s move to how beautiful inside too 🙂 This book is one of those that has beautiful writing that you care more of the journey than the destination. It’s character driven and we get to know the main character through time. There’s also … More A journey to the Mexican coast: Sea Monsters