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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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Books · Joona Linna series · Review · suspense

The Nightmare by #LarsKepler #Joonalinnaseries | Book Review

Hey Booklovers! I still can't believe we are reaching the end of February. This month has been really weird for me. I feel like I have been stuck in a limbo with no possibility of reading anytime soon. But I finally broke away from it yesterday and read my first book of this month. I… Continue reading The Nightmare by #LarsKepler #Joonalinnaseries | Book Review

Books · Review · suspense

The Cabin At The End Of The World by #PaulTremblay | #Bookreview

Hey Booklovers, I have been on a reading spree of sort and every once in a while I will stumble on a book that looks interesting from the blurb but falls flat on the face once read. One such book is this. So, Wen is an eight year old girl who isΒ vacationing at a remote… Continue reading The Cabin At The End Of The World by #PaulTremblay | #Bookreview

Books · fantasy · Review

Thieves Honor by #DavidCombs #Bookreview

Hey Booklovers Accepting books for reviews from unknown authors is always a gamble. You never know if you will like the book and is burdened with the task of having to review it. But sometimes you truly enjoy the book and want to make efforts to showcase it as much as you are able. One… Continue reading Thieves Honor by #DavidCombs #Bookreview

Book Challenges · Books · British Crime Classics · Crime fiction · Review

Verdict of Twelve by #RaymondPostgate #BritishCrimeClassicChallenge #thebookdecoder

Hey Booklovers! We are two weeks into January and its been satisfactory so far. I have read around 6-7 books and even managed to do one of the Challenges (Original Post) am participating in, which, brings me to the review. It wasn't easy to find books to do this challenge as I had no idea… Continue reading Verdict of Twelve by #RaymondPostgate #BritishCrimeClassicChallenge #thebookdecoder

Features · Kaffeinated Conversations

Kaffeinated Conversations

Hey Booklovers! This is a weekly feature I have decided to start this year. It will include the books I read in the past week and my thoughts on current book trends and topics (including movies/series based on books) and the books I want to read. I also want to talk about what other book… Continue reading Kaffeinated Conversations

Books · Crime fiction · Review · Thriller

The Last Time I Lied by #RileySager #bookreview

Hey Booklovers! Am pretty happy that I got to finish around five books so far. I wonder when I began to read so quickly but its definitely a credit to the writers who write such interesting books! Also I confess am a bit on the 'edge' as I have quiet a list to tackle, what… Continue reading The Last Time I Lied by #RileySager #bookreview