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The Lucky List | Rachael Lippincot | Book Review

If you enjoy YA fiction, you gotta read this book. Rachael Lippincott is the coauthor of the #1 New York Times bestselling novel Five Feet Apart, which you may have heard of, and this is her new book.

Book Reviews · Fiction · Mystery Books · Thriller Books

Don’t Look for Me | Wendy Walker | Book Review

A fast-paced, engaging thriller, full of twist and turns and unexpected climax.

Contemporary · Fiction · Romance Books

Write Me A Love Story | Ravinder Singh | Book Review

Famous Indian Author Ravinder Singh is back with a romance, and this time he claims that it is the hottest story he has ever written.

Book Reviews · Fiction · Mystery Books · Thriller Books

A Much anticipated Mystery that disappointed me: The Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins

The Wife Upstairs is marketed as a thriller, a modern-day retelling of Jane Eyre, though with more secrets, more twists, and presumably some murderous outcomes.

Book Reviews · Fiction

Girl A | Abigail Dean | Book Review

Girl A is the story of seven Gracie siblings: Lex (Alexandra), Ethan, Evie, Delilah, Gabriel, Noah, and Daniel. The book is a character-driven psychological drama about the survivors of an abusive “House of Horrors.”

Biography/Autobiography · Book Reviews · Fiction

Once There Was Me: The Extraordinary Life of an Unknown Indian| Bobby Sachdeva | Book Review

Author: Bobby SachdevaPages: 324Publisher: Pan Macmillan IndiaGenre: Autobiography, fiction. Synopsis: Caught in the web of communal violence repeatedly, Bobby Sachdeva stares at his burning house set afire by the bloodthirsty mob of the anti-Sikh riots in Delhi. As a fourteen-year-old, his world turns upside down, exactly at the age his father had escaped from Pakistan… Continue reading Once There Was Me: The Extraordinary Life of an Unknown Indian| Bobby Sachdeva | Book Review

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The Happy List| Briar Prescott | Book Review

(Better With You #1)Author: Briar PrescottPages: 360Publisher: BooksGoSocial (25 Oct 2020 )Genre: LGBTQIA | Romance_______________________________________ SYNOPSIS:GrayThere are some things I excel at:- Exercising rigid control over every aspect of my life- Making sensible decisions at every turn- Being organized, predictable and responsible to an abnormal degreeIn short, I’m boring as hell and in desperate need of a change.Luckily, I have my… Continue reading The Happy List| Briar Prescott | Book Review