The Origin of Martin Krooger — Book Review

* I had received an ARC in exchange of an honest review.* Thank you Half Baked Beans for the ARC. Blurb: In the land of Gods, the arrival of a vigilante stormed the silence. He was brutally used and harassed by Gods. His emotions and sentiments were toyed with. The most powerful god, Agusthus, feels crippled before him. He targets everyone responsible for his state. … Continue reading The Origin of Martin Krooger — Book Review

My Bibliophilic Confession

I got really fascinated by Surbhi Sareen’s Confessions of a Bibliophile weekly episodes so I thought today I will present my confessions as a bibliophile. Here we go: I have a weakness for vampires. I know they’re supposed to be blood suckers, monsters, but I find them hot, romantic, protective, poetic; just read Vampire Diaries, Twilight, Vampire Academy, you’ll know why I love Stefan, Edward and… Continue reading My Bibliophilic Confession

Paris for One and other Stories —Review

My rating: 4/5⭐ First of all thank you so much Penguin Random House- Michael Joseph Imprint for the e-ARC through NetGalley.  ​It’s my third Jojo Moyes read and as usual I enjoyed it. The different stories deal with different facets of life and inter-human relationships and emotions  — love, regret, jealousy, betrayal— and these have been so beautifully depicted. Some stories were romantic, some deep, … Continue reading Paris for One and other Stories —Review

My love life with book boyfriends

Nowadays dating is a fashion. Love, betrayal, patch-ups, breakups is a common phenomenon for every teenager and young adult. But I’m one of a kind… I’m 21 and I had no breakups, no betrayals, no melodrama. Because my boyfriends are quite low maintenance… Relationships with book boyfriends are picture perfect… My dates are either in my bedroom, or in one end of my classroom. I… Continue reading My love life with book boyfriends