Just Act Normal by- John MacNamee

Title – Just Act Normal Author – John McNamee Genre –Graphic Novel Synopsis – This third collection from The Onion and the New Yorker contributor John McNamee features his most absurdly relatable comics on our futile attempts to seem “normal,” and why that’s hilarious. Pie Comics began as a college comic strip way back in the mid ’00s, when…

Book Review – The Far Field

“All I know are the facts: I was my father’s daughter first, and then I became gradually and irrevocably, my mother’s. It’s hard not to wonder how much might have been prevented if only I had loved him more or perhaps have loved her a little less. But that is useless thinking, and perilous. Better…

Book Review- Humankind A Hopeful History

Title – Humankind A Hopeful Story Author – Rutger Bregman Publishers – @bloomsburyindia Genre – Non-fiction Review – Never would have thought I thought but I’m loving the non-fiction genre very much. And this book is an absolute treat for all the non-fiction lovers. Do we still believe in Humankind?? Is Humanity still there? Somewhere??…

Book Review – Three Impossible Wishes

Title – Three Impossible Wishes Author – Anmol Malik Publisher – HarperCollins Genre – Contemporary Romance Review – I AM SO IN LOVE WITH THIS BOOK. This book is funny and witty. It was so much fun to read. I just could not keep the book down. It’s been a while since I read a…

Book Review- How To Pronounce Knife

“I wanted to be in the distance, beautiful and dark, spinning all by myself, in the clear.  I didn’t want him to come close. Nothing, not even the call of my name, could make me stop.” Title – How To Pronounce Knife Author – Souvankham Thammavongsa Publisher – Bloomsbury Genre – Literary Fiction/ Short Stories…

Book Review- Pokhran

Bad things happen to good people. You don’t stop living or start feeling sorry for yourself, just because those things happened to you. Instead of feeling sad, either you come up with a plan to help your friend or you let her go. Title – Pokhran Author – Uday Singh Genre – Fiction Rating –…

Book Review- Once There was me

“I realized, but there were also castes within the same religion. It seemed that human beings just could not live together as equals.” Title- Once there was me Author- Bobby Sachdeva Genre- Fiction Publisher- Pan Macmillan Review –First of, This book is based on my city so got really indulge in the story. It is…

Book Review- You Should See Me in the Crown

“Maybe things don’t need to be exactly as I’ve imagined them. Like maybe in this universe I’ve suddenly found myself in, things could be different. I could be different.” Title- You Should See Me in a Crown Author- Leah Johnson Genre- Contemporary YA Mini-Review-O, MY GOD. This book is so much fun to read. The…

Book Review- Felix Ever After

“I’m not flaunting anything. I’m just existing. This is me. I can’t hide myself. I can’t disappear. And even if I could, I don’t fucking want to. I have the same right to be here. I have the same right to exist.”  Title– Felix Ever After Author- Kacen Callender Genre- YA Novel Mini Review- O…

Book Title – Pandemic 2020 – Rise Of The Virus

“All of life is a dream walking. All of death, is a going home.” Title- Pandemic 2020 – Rise Of The Virus Author- Yash Tiwari Review- This book gave me goosebumps. I never thought i would enjoy reading something like this. It was so beautifuly written. Terrifying situations are written so gracefully. This book revolves…