The Meraki Post team is a bunch of unconventionally busy people. We’re all the time engaged in reading, getting deeper and deeper in the world of books. Think of us as Alan at the bookstore in the episode from Two and a Half Men, called, That Special Tug—sans the emotional breakdown, of course.

Over the years, this has led to us reading tens of titles, the reviews for which, are posted here. These tens of titles could quickly become hundreds, and then, looking for a certain exact title would be a challenge! (Ctrl + F anybody?) So here, we have the complete list of all book reviews by us, sorted by the name of the author. What are you waiting for? Just click away!


Agatha Christie — Murder is Easy

Agatha Christie — The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side

Alex Woolf — The Tudor Kings and Queens

Alexandra Elle — Neon Soul

Ali Smith — Autumn

Aman Jassal — Rainbow

Amanda Lovelace — The Princess Saves Herself in This One

Amrita Kumar — Kissing the Demon

Arundhati Roy — The God of Small Things

Ayisha Malik — Sophia Khan is Not Obliged

Aziz Hamza — Eterlimus


Britney Fuller — Trash: An Innocent Girl. A Shocking Story of Squalor and Neglect


Cecelia Ahern — Flawed (Flawed, #1)

Cecelia Ahren — The Girl in the Mirror

Charles Dickens — A Christmas Carol

Charles Perrault, illustrated by Arthur Rackham — Cinderella

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie — We Should All Be Feminists

Crista McHugh — Confessions of a Queen B* (The Queen B* #1)


David Elliot — Bull

Deanna Raybourn — A Perilous Undertaking

Debbie Grafham — A Sister's Secret - Two Sisters. A Harrowing Secret. One Fight For Justice.

Dr Gowher Yusuf — Broken Pieces

Dr Mohd Sulaiman — Robert & Fahad Book Series

Dr Shayan Haq and Santosh Avvannavar — She

Durjoy Datta — World's Best Boyfriend by

Durjoy Datta — Hold My Hand


E.L. James — Grey

Edith Wharton — The Age of Innocence

Eimear McBride — The Lesser Bohemians

Emily Purdy — The Tudor Wife

Emma Cline — The girls

Emma Donoghue — Room

Ernest Hemingway — Alternate Opinion: The Old Man and the Sea

Ernest Hemingway — The Old Man and the Sea


Franz Kafka — The Metamorphosis

Freya North — Pillow Talk


Gabriel Garcia Marquez — Chronicle of a Death Foretold

Gabriel Garcia Márquez — One Hundred Years of Solitude

Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez — The Story of a Shipwrecked Sailor


Han Kang, translated by Deborah Smith — Human Acts

Hans Christian Andersen, translated by Misha Hoekstra — The Snow Queen

Harper Lee — To Kill A Mocking Bird

Haruki Murakami — Sputnik Sweetheart


Ingrid Chabbert, Illustrated by Guridi — The last tree

Ingrid Chabbert, Illustrated by Guridi — The day I became a bird

Irenosen Okojie — Speak Gigantular

Irwin Allan Sealy — Zelaldinus, A Masque


Jacky Fleming — The Trouble with Women

Jennifer Niven — All the Bright Places

Jody Lundgren — Gone Wild

John Fante — Wait until Spring Bandini

John Green — Paper Towns

John Hale — Mary, Queen of Scots

Jonathan Baumbach — The Pavilion of Former Wives


Kahlil Gibran — The Prophet

Kanchana Banerjee — A Forgotten Affair

Kavita Kané — Lanka's Princess


Lang Leav — The Universe Of Us

Lang Leav — Love And Misadventure

Lauren L. Garcia — Incursion (Catalyst Moon #1)

Leslye Walton — The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender

Lewis Carroll (Illustrated by John Tenniel) — Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass


Maha Khan Phillips — The Curse of Mohenjodaro

Manav Vigg — Confused Bastards

Margaret Atwood — Hag-seed

Margaret Atwood — The Handmaid's Tale

Mariana Enríquez, translated by Megan McDowell — Things We Lost in Fire

Mark Haddon — The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Matthew Quick — Every Exquisite Thing

Mayank Sharma — The Princess of a Whorehouse: The Story of a Swamp Lotus

Michael Faudet — Alternate Opinion: Bitter Sweet Love

Michael Faudet — Bitter Sweet Love

Mike James — Fatal Attraction: When love turns to murder

Mohini Kent — Black Taj

Mohit Goyal — DNF: Colorful Notions (The Roadtrippers 1.0)


Nadeem Aslam — Season of the rainbirds

Napoleon Bonaparte — Clisson and Eugénie

Nicole Lourdes Chavez — Maybe the Baby

Nishant Kaushik — My Father is a Hero


O. Henry — The Gift of the Magi

Oscar Wilde — The Happy Prince & Other Tales


Paulo Coelho — The Spy

Paulo Coelho — Adultery

Philippa Gregory — The Red Queen

Prassant Kevin — King Of Hearts


Ram Sivasankaran — The Peshwa: The Lion And the Stallion

Randall Silvis — Blog tour- Two Days gone

Ransom Riggs — Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children #1)

Rashmi Bansal, Deepak Gandhi — Poor Little Rich Slum

Reyna Biddy — DNF: I Love My Love

Rick Yancey — The 5th Wave

Roald Dahl, Illustrated by Quentin Blake — Fantastic Mr. Fox

Robert Dugoni — Her final breath

Robert Dugoni — In the clearing

Ryan Ringbloom — Hooker Heels


Sapna Jha, translated by Alok Jha — The First Trillionaire

Sheila Newberry — Bicycles and Blackberries

Sue Monk Kidd — The Secret Life of Bees

Sumit Agarwal — The Four Patriots

Suzannah Dunn — The Confession of Katherine Howard

Suzanne Kelman — The Rejected Writer’s Book Club


Tejaswini Apte-Rahm — These Circuses That Sweep Through the Landscape

Toffee — Finding Juliet

Toni Maguire — Don’t Tell Mummy: A True Story of the Ultimate Betrayal

Toni Morrison — Beloved

Twinkle Khanna — The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad


Vamsee Juluri — DNF: Saraswati's Intelligence

Various, Illustrated by Lucy Arnoux — In Their Shoes

Vivek Shanbhag, translated by Srinath Perur — Ghachar Ghochar