May 2021 Reads

I read a mixed bag of books this month. I managed to read four books which has been my monthly target for this year. I hoped to do better in the lockdown but binge watching came in the way (argh). Here’s what I read in May – A Thousand Ships by Natalie Hayes This is…

Book Review| The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab

“I remember you.” I finished this book a few hours back and I want to write this review now before I forget all the emotions this book made me feel. I haven’t read a lot over the past month and was drifting looking for a new book to read. I usually screenshot book recommendations from…

April 2021 Reads + Book Review

This is going to be a short post considering I barely read anything this month. With everything that happened this month, reading was extremely low on my list of to-do activities. I instead chose to spend my free time watching re-runs of comfort shows like Gilmore Girls, Modern Family and The Middle. If you’re wondering…

March 2021 Reads

March was NOT a good month reading wise – with travel, hectic work time lines and in general a LOT of stress – I didn’t really feel like reading. I managed to read 3 books this month and I’ve started my 4th but it doesn’t seem likely that I will finish it soon. Each of…

Review | The Last Queen By Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

This month started off with travel and a lot of work. I’ve only managed to read one book so for – The Last Queen by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. If you haven’t read Chitra’s books – I highly recommend getting your hands on The Forest of Enchantments and The Palace of Illusions. Both the books are…

February 2021 Reads

The second month of the year is already over – how? When? What? February was a WHOLE lot more hectic and I didn’t have a lot of time to read. I still managed to read 3.5 books – which isn’t bad from my usual standards. Here is my February reading list – 1. The Song…

Review| Firefly Lane on Netflix

I used to LOVE Katherine Heigl. At the height of her career, she had some pretty memorable rom-coms and TV shows to her credit. At some point she completely disappeared and I often wondered where and why. Seeing her again in a TV show had me pretty excited – so I spent 3-4 days and…

Book Review | Circe By Madeline Miller

‘Circe‘ by Madeline Miller is my second read for this month. After reading ‘The Song of Achilles’ I had this crazy urge to read everything Madeline has ever written. A lot of you, also, recommended the book in my review post of ‘The Song of Achilles’ . And so with really high expectations, I sat…

Book Review| The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller

I can’t think of a suitable opening line to review this astounding piece of art that is the book ‘The Song of Achilles’. I am in LOVE – with the book, the story, the narration, the plot line – all of it! I haven’t been the biggest fan of mythology for most of my life…