Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time

A mysterious disappearance in the family, a younger brother with a peculiar personality, and twin siblings who are as different from her as chalk and cheese, force Meg Murry to be defensive with everyone she comes across. She can't help it. She's obstinate, angry and impatient, and underestimates her strengths. And it's all of this... Continue Reading →


The Secret Life of a Book Blogger Tag

A couple of weeks ago, Carrianne, from Cuppa Critiques tagged me in – The Secret Life of a Book Blogger Tag. Thanks Carrianne! I must say that while I’ve been putting off doing this post so that I could take my time with answering each of these questions, I've taken too much time. So now, I’m jumping right... Continue Reading →

The Giver by Lois Lowry (Book 1 of 4)

Lately, I’ve found a liking for utopian/dystopian novels (thanks to The Hunger Games series). So, when I included The Giver by Lois Lowry, (which I thought was a standalone novel and later discovered was part of a series), as part of this month's reading list, I was quite excited. And for good reason. This book... Continue Reading →

Natalie Babbit’s Tuck Everlasting

Tuck Everlasting is a dreamy book. It has a dreamlike quality to it. From the minute the book opened in Treegap, the place where the story takes place, it felt like I had stepped into a hazy forest, where everything was happening around me, and I was a wide-eyed spectator. To be honest, before I... Continue Reading →

Authors I’d Like to Meet: Matthew Reilly

If there’s one author, whose books I can pick up and read, irrespective of my mood, it is Matthew Reilly’s. His books have the speed and punch that can make the time you spend with his books absolutely worthwhile. My discovery of his books are what I would call a typical happy coincidence. This happened... Continue Reading →

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