This monsoon, I’ve been in the mood for twisted books. Books about missing teenagers, mutilated bodies, serial killers, and humans that stretch the boundaries of evil. This was after a brief break I took from reading – before which I was nose deep into a serial killer series called Stillhouse Lake and a book ofContinue reading “Monsoon Mysteries”
India after Gandhi exposes the country’s wounds but, at the same time, gives you a lot of hope about the future.
I have been in the mood for light romances for the past few months and I’ve been trying to pick the best ones available on Kindle Unlimited. While some of these are full on, steamy romances, some lean a bit towards drama and thriller. Read on to find out which of these need to be on your to-read list.
Permanent Record by Edward Snowden My rating: 5 of 5 stars Recently I, like the world, have been thinking a lot about online privacy. My gadgets-loving husband owns both Google Home and Amazon Echo. He encouraged me to back up all my photos on Google Photos. Our TV is connected to the internet and duringContinue reading “Permanent Record – A Review”
I am always on the look out for a great story and in 2019, I found them in the form of books and TV shows. These are my favourites among everything I watched and read this year!
The Three-Body Problem by Liu CixinMy rating: 4 of 5 stars 4 stars for being a book that was nothing like anything I have ever read. The first few chapters in this book are filled with hooks. A scientist is beaten to death during the cultural revolution in China, his daughter is pulled into aContinue reading “The Three Body Problem – A Review”
The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart TurtonMy rating: 4 of 5 stars Phew! That was a fun ride. I have been listening to the ‘7 deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle’s audiobook version for months now. It took months only because I had a strict ‘listening only while cooking’ rule. There were 2 hours ofContinue reading “The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – A Review”