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The Fire Witness by Lars Kepler| Book Review| Joona Linna Series|

Hey BookLovers! Am back with one of my favourite crime fiction writer duo - Lars Kepler. I have been following the Jonna Linna series since the end of last year and this is the third book in this series. Here's my take on it. The book starts with introducing us to a youth home in… Continue reading The Fire Witness by Lars Kepler| Book Review| Joona Linna Series|

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The Woman in Cabin 10 by #Ruthware|Book Review|

Hey Booklovers! Wishing you all a lovely bookish March and hope we get to read great books this month like the one am about to review. I had reviewed In a Dark Dark Wood by Ruth Ware in January this year. I was disappointed to say the least cause usually we are impressed by the… Continue reading The Woman in Cabin 10 by #Ruthware|Book Review|

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Christmas Special: Mini Reviews!

Hey Booklovers! Surprise!! So I took the time to read Three books from the ones I recommended including Seven Days of Us, Last Christmas in Paris and Skipping Christmas. I didn't wanna write my usual review as I didn't think it's necessary. But here goes: Seven Days of Us is a family drama about the… Continue reading Christmas Special: Mini Reviews!

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5 Awesome Books To Cozy Up For Christmas!

Hey Booklovers! Its that time of the year again where everything feels merry and cozy. Where you scramble to buy gifts and start decorating and where theres no guilt in indulging in lots of hot cocoa and plum cakes. Haha. Am not guilty of all these but I do like indulging here and there. I… Continue reading 5 Awesome Books To Cozy Up For Christmas!

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Athena’s Champion by David Hair, Cath Mayo #OlympusTrilogy1

Hey booklovers! I love books that are grand and have a heavy world building and there's nothing better than the master of it all - the Greek mythology. I remember the first time I heard stories based on it - the famous Labours of Hercules. It was my uncle who narrated it to me as… Continue reading Athena’s Champion by David Hair, Cath Mayo #OlympusTrilogy1

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The Perfect Family by Shalini Boland

Hey Booklovers! Happy Halloween! This is my final review for October 2018. Wow. What an year its been and I cant stop smiling thinking about all the good books I got to read this year including this one - The Perfect Family by Shalini Boland. Frankly am surprised theres no noise been made over this… Continue reading The Perfect Family by Shalini Boland

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Glass Houses #4 (Inspector Gamache series #13)

By the time weekend started I had finished the book Glass Houses by Louise Penny. (Of course I took more than few days to finish the book) This is the first book I have read in this series but I was glad I didn't miss not reading the others. It's perfectly good as a stand… Continue reading Glass Houses #4 (Inspector Gamache series #13)