Kabir follows the most beautiful girl he has ever seen into a mall. But there are gunshots and screams as terrorists storm inside after fleeing an operation gone wrong. Kabir and Diya find themselves trapped, along with other hostages. The terrorists make their demands and announce that until they are met, one person will die … Continue reading House of stars by Keya Ghosh – Book review
Hello bookworms. Today we are here to wrap up my 2019 as we have been doing so for the past 3 years. This has got to be my favorite yearly post idea. Maybe because these posts are for me more than for the people reading it. It feels like a time capsule when one comes … Continue reading All the things in 2019 – favorite books & goals ❤
Today we are going to be controversial again. A little backstory about this first though : So it all started when a movie released in my country. This movie, titled Kabir Singh, instantly appealed to almost whole of the population. However soon after, there were some conflicting opinions about the same. Some critics started to … Continue reading Problematic books and movies??
Hello my lovelies, I have a lot to talk about today. We have got books I read in the month of October, the books I'm hoping to read and a new series that I'll be starting on my blog etc etc. Alongside these, I also want to write share some of the stuff that has … Continue reading Recent spooky/ non-spooky Reads and other Ramblings
So a while ago, I was tagged by the lovely Marie @ Drizzle and Hurricane Books to do this amazing tag created by Kat @ Novels and Waffle. I love waffles, and I love books. So there's not much debate here. Let us get into it. Rules first though, Link back to the original creator, Kat … Continue reading The Waffles Book tag !
Am I, a regular on-hiatus pumpkin, qualified to make this advice post? No. But will that stop me? Plan it out I cannot stress the importance of planning enough. I started a bullet journal last year and It honestly has made my life so much easier. One of the very important things to keep in … Continue reading How to make time to book blog when you’re a busy bee
Hi, my lovelies. How are you all doing today? So I had my birthday on 21st of July, and I was also having my exams at that time so it was not a pleasant week. I wrote a short post giving out some knowledge I gathered in these 18 years, which you can read here. … Continue reading Birthday Haul 🎈
So, I turned 18 today. I really don't know how to feel about this, I mean, I'M EXCITED? but kind of like-how-did-this-happen-I-was-so-smol. But anyway, the sadder part is that I have my history exams tomorrow, so no big celebrations for me. I just wanted to take a moment to share this with you all since … Continue reading It’s my birthday.
This book was an emotional roller coaster and I cried. Welcome to my review. What if everything you set yourself up to be was wrong? Frances is been a study machine with one goal. Nothing will stand in her way; not friends, not a guilty secret – not even the person she is on the … Continue reading Radio Silence by Alice Oseman ~ review in bullets ☀ / #bookreview
Whoever follows me on twitter knows how I've been completely and utterly obsessed with this book lately. It has devoured me, taken over my soul and will not be getting detached from me anytime soon. So naturally, you'd expect that when I sit down to write a review, words would fling themselves at the screen … Continue reading The Secret History by Donna Tart ~ a crisp book review / murder, friendship and a LOT of scandals