BOTM 010: Caraval by Stephanie Garber

Let’s get straight to it: this book would probably be number one my ‘Top 3 Reads of the Year’ list. You know, if I’d actually gotten to it in 2017. There are not enough text enhancement features in the world to convey to you how much I ADORE this book. Italic, bold, and caps just…

BOTM 009: Warcross by Marie Lu

*dramatic drum rolllllll* If you were wondering, I’m not dead after all! But I can understand why you might’ve started to believe that, because I’ve never been missing from my blog for longer than about 5 days without a prior announcement or something. Anyway, I’m back guys! Very much alive. You might remember from my…

BOTM 008: Turtles All The Way Down by John Green

Hey hey hey! Happy Monday people of the universe (of Earth, technically, I mean there could be a lot of people out in the universe that we don’t know about. Oh well. I guess I’ll say hi to them too). It’s quite a good morning, except, of course, for the fact that my first pre-board exams are starting…

BOTM 007: Windfall by Jennifer E. Smith

Wow, long time no typing! Hey guys! I am officially back from Rajasthan, sitting in my own bedroom and typing on my own laptop and not not the unfamiliar keyboard of my dad’s Mac (which he has been creepily obsessed with since he got it – it’s like I have a sibling, seriously). And that means…

BOTM 006: One Of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus

Yup, it’s BOTM time already! If you didn’t already know, BOTM is a series I started on my blog on the 23rd of April in honour of World Book Day, and it stands for ‘Book Of The Month’. Ever since, I post a detailed review of the best book I read that month, and of…

BOTM 005: Eliza And Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia

Perfection is rare. Francesca Zappia gave it to us in 385 pages. I don’t even know what to say. How can one book be so flawless? I don’t think you guys understand. After Percy Jackson, this has got to be the most incredible thing I’ve ever read in my fifteen years of being on this…

Book Review: The Whole Thing Together by Ann Brashares

Helloooo everyone, how are you guys today? You know what, I like Tuesdays! Tuesday is my basketball day in school, and I think the only thing I don’t like about today’s timetable is that we only have one period of English 😦 . I have a serious obsession with both English as a subject (of…

Book Review: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

Don’t worry, it’s spoiler free! I wouldn’t dare spoil a murder mystery for you. It’s another hangover read, you guys. I am so happy that I have been able to read such great books lately. I mean, I have had almost no discrepancies with any of the novels I’ve read recently, and it’s great! I…

BOTM 004: Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella

You haven’t really had a hangover until you’ve read a book that you can’t shake yourself out of. Alcohol’s got nothing on a good story. And this one? Oh my WOWZA. Although I have not read any Sophie Kinsella books before this one, I have heard nothing but rave reviews for all of her works,…

BOTM 003: How To Be A Bawse by Lilly Singh

I am fangirling all OVER the place while writing this. No long intros today, guys. I am way way way way too excited that I have been able to read this masterpiece, and I really just want to get into it! I present to you:   June 2017 Book Of The Month   How To…

Book Review: Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

Five days later, I am back! Hey guys, long time no post, I know. Well you see, I have actually spent the last two days at an MUN conference! By last two days, I mean the whole day, leaving at 8:15 am and reaching home by 9 pm. On Saturday, the day we had the…

BOTM 002: We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

What’s up ma peopleeeeee?? So this morning I woke up and I was like “Yo, what day is it?” I don’t know how or why, but I seem to lose track of time on vacation, along with my responsibilities, and any sense of productivity I might have had once. Anyway, I realised it was Wednesday,…