Poor Little Rich Slum

by Rashmi Bansal, Deepak Gandhi

Poor Little Rich Slum is a book I picked up out of curiosity. I had enough about Dharavi and redevelopment projects. I just wanted to see another perspective to it. I did not learn something new out of the book, but I definitely came across a fine writing. The book is a piece of art with an amazing collection of photos and beautiful presentation.We wish they would not exist, but we cannot wish them away.... continue reading→

Movie Adaptation - The DUFF II

  ”The DUFF“ is a book I read after I watched the trailer of the movie. The trailer was cute and the female lead seemed like she had substance. This was the reason I decided to pick up the book and read before watching the movie.The bookThe book was not what I expected. I assumed it to be an exceptional young adult romance, looking at the reviews from other bloggers. But it was a massive disappointment.... continue reading→


Hooker Heels

by Ryan Ringbloom

Ryan has been very kind to send me her book, this time around too. And I am on cloud nine. This time, I also have a set of questions which she has answered about her writing. You can find it here.I have already said enough about it already and it is no secret that I love it. So here is the review describing different aspects of the book.I didn't have much to add except for some flirty comments... continue reading→

Author Interview - Ryan Ringbloom on Hooker Heels II

Short review of Hooker HeelsHooker Heels is a story of a woman who is looking for short cuts in life. She does not believe in herself enough to work her way through things. Instead, she sleeps her way through them. Yes, she is a hooker. Kenna does not know any better. But then she meets Zack and everything changes. Zack is a billionaire with a heart which is priceless. She learns about bigger things in life... continue reading→

The Tudor Wife

by Emily Purdy

Anne Boleyn is a historical character that has astonished me, and I am sure many others. After watching different series and documentaries, I was very much obsessed with the Tudor queens, Anne Boleyn especially. When I came across this book in a recent sale I instantly knew learning about the queens from a lady-in-waiting’s perspective is going to be something else! I started reading this book as soon as I bought it. This is definitely... continue reading→

All the Bright Places

by Jennifer Niven

”All the bright places” is a book that I picked from a bookstore which I frequent to. The bookstore had only one copy of the book left and I picked it up out of impulse. Reminder to myself: check out other places before you buy any book. You may get it for cheaper.The book is probably the best young adult story I have read as yet. Apologies to John green fans in advance. I have... continue reading→