The story is narrated by a first person, the protagonist, Laura Blacklock. In the beginning, I had the notion that she is a pathetic, drug dependent drunkard…… Read more “The Woman In Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware”
The book is about Joe Goldberg and his hidden bodies – dead bodies. Although the book is not graphic or gore enough for me, it gets the…… Read more “Hidden Bodies by Caroline Kepnes”
This book has a good twist however, there are some key points that any potential reader should note. First, the chapters are extremely short. Some chapters are…… Read more “We Were Liars by E. Lockhart”
As part of my 2017 Reading Challenge, I had opted this book for my Contemporary Fiction genre. I usually read fantasy, suspense, thriller, crime or horror novels…… Read more “Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple”
A book I’ve misplaced about a misplaced AntiChrist.
Let’s play. Neil Gaiman will create the world for your imagination, as he always did.
I’ve read this book relatively slow as Game of Thrones Season 7 is on air and I spent most time brooding over GoT…
The story revolves around Jack and Grace, a couple, a very perfect couple. Jack is a lawyer and Grace is a housewife who has a sister, Millie…… Read more “Behind Closed Doors by B A Paris”
This is my third horror book this month so before I start my review, If there are any horror books you guys might recommend, please leave a…… Read more “The Graveyard Apartment by Mariko Koike”
If I ever had children, I would definitely include Neil Gaiman’s work in their bedtime stories along with J.R.R. Tolkien, Ronald Dahl, C.S Lewis and Jonathan Swift.…… Read more “The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman”