Neil Gaiman’s How the Marquis got his Coat Back

Well, over a week of being unwell threw me off my game and affected my (blogging) swag. Nevertheless, I'm here to do a short but (hopefully) insightful post on Neil Gaiman's How the Marquis got his Coat Back. Let me start by saying this - if any of you haven't read Neverwhere then skip this book (and... Continue Reading →


JK Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

In the case of Harry Potter, I’m one of the late bloomers and I’m quite glad about it. I have been dodging JK Rowling’s Harry Potter series ever since I could remember. It started off as something that everyone (and by everyone I mean every other peer in school) was reading and I just did... Continue Reading →

2016 Goodreads Challenge Update

I've been contemplating doing a Goodreads Challenge update post and have successfully procrastinated till now. As of today, I have finished 30 books this year! *quick moondance* That's a little over half my challenge goal. At the beginning of the year I had decided that I would work my way through 50 books this year... Continue Reading →

Marissa Meyer’s Cinder

I recently finished Marissa Meyer's Cinder from the Lunar Chronicles and I have the blogging community to thank for, for motivating (unintentionally, maybe) me to pick it up. There was a time when almost every other blog I visited would have a post about Cinder and I would wonder whether I would be able to... Continue Reading →

LM Montgomery’s Anne of Avonlea

When a book takes over your day the way LM Montgomery’s Anne of Avonlea does, it’s indescribable. But I will try. Anne of Avonlea is a continuation of the Anne of Green Gables series written by LM Montgomery. While Anne of Green Gables surprised me with a story telling that was simple and beautiful and... Continue Reading →

Erin Morgenstern’s The Night Circus

Surreal. It’s the one word that I can use to describe The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. But somehow that falls short of conveying all that this book is. It is dreamy, captivating, fascinating and mysterious. It’s everything I want from a novel. And it delivered so well on each point. No wonder then that... Continue Reading →

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