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ARC review – The Lucky List by Rachael Lippincott

Synopsis on Goodreads: Emily and her mum were always lucky. But Emily’s mum’s luck ran out three years ago when she succumbed to cancer, and nothing has felt right since. Now, the summer before her senior year, things are worse than ever – Emily has wrecked things with her boyfriend, Matt, and her dad is… Continue reading ARC review – The Lucky List by Rachael Lippincott

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6 reasons why – Cece Rios and the Desert of Souls by Kaela Rivera should be on top of your TBR (to-be-read) list!!

Hola Amigos! Happy Weekend! Today's blog post is dedicated to one of my recent favorite Middle-Grade titles of 2021. Damn! the moment I received the review copy of it, I was squealing with job and happiness! This book has my heart 🙂 . The book is filled with adventure, mystery (not your usual mystery) and… Continue reading 6 reasons why – Cece Rios and the Desert of Souls by Kaela Rivera should be on top of your TBR (to-be-read) list!!

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Set in the dystopian world, read ECCLESIA’S TABLE by Mason S. Haynie

Book Name: Ecclesia's Table Author: Mason S. Haynie Publication Date: June 29, 2021 Page Count: 368 Synopsis on Goodreads: The world is a wasteland. It always has been. Moshe, Amaru, and Reenu have never known anything other than the desert wasteland that raised them. When the rumor arises that something other than barren landscape could… Continue reading Set in the dystopian world, read ECCLESIA’S TABLE by Mason S. Haynie

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One-of-its-kind book, Becoming Leidah by Michelle Grierson | Book Review

Maeva is leaving the world without him, in the same moment he is being born with wings to fly to herMichelle Grierson Book Name: Becoming Leidah Author: Michelle Grierson Publisher: Simon & Schuster Page Count: 323 Book Link: Amazon Blurb on Goodreads: The sky opens up... I hear them laugh.They don’t feel the sadness in… Continue reading One-of-its-kind book, Becoming Leidah by Michelle Grierson | Book Review

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A must read memoir: I am a Girl from Africa by Elizabeth Nyamayaro

I don’t often read autobiographies or memories but whenever I do, they leave an everlasting impression on me. I am a Girl from Africa is an excellent personal account and details of the life of Elizabeth Nyamayaro, an African who chased her dreams despite all the harsh circumstances and the conditions she lived in and… Continue reading A must read memoir: I am a Girl from Africa by Elizabeth Nyamayaro

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The Mountains Sing by Nguyen Phan Que Mai- Book Review

Book Name - The Mountains Sing Author - Nguyen Phan Que Mai Publisher - Oneworld Publications Page Count - 322 Book Link - Amazon Review: The Mountains Sing by Nguyen Phan Que Mai is a poignant and heart-wrenching tale of multiple generations’ sufferings through the years of struggle in the Vietnamese War during the 1950s.… Continue reading The Mountains Sing by Nguyen Phan Que Mai- Book Review

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Book Review – Yes, Your Majesty by Jennifer Ann Shore. A sequel of Metallic Red…

Book Name - Yes, Your Majesty Author - Jennifer Ann Shore Page Count - 223 Book Link - Amazon Review: A compelling conclusion is finally here of Metallic Red, which left us hanging in between. This sequel is finally here to answer all the unanswered questions and curiosities.  When I completed Metallic Red earlier this… Continue reading Book Review – Yes, Your Majesty by Jennifer Ann Shore. A sequel of Metallic Red…

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Book Blog Tour + Instagram Tour – The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna

Hello bookworms!! Today is my stop for the book blog tour of The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna, first part in the series "Deathless". This tour is organized by Hear Our Voices Book Tours and I'll be sharing my views on the same. I hope you will enjoy this book as much as I did!… Continue reading Book Blog Tour + Instagram Tour – The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna

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Do you believe in God?? Read this amazing book by Shoba Narayan, “Food and Faith”

Book Name - Food and Faith Author - Shoba Narayan Publisher - HarperCollins India Page Count - 283 Review: Rationality cannot alter lore. Myths are carved in stone, and certainly, one that is so braided into the Indian psyche cannot be morphed so easily, even if it might potentially help the river.Shoba Narayan Food &… Continue reading Do you believe in God?? Read this amazing book by Shoba Narayan, “Food and Faith”

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7 Reasons why you should read – A Cuban Girl’s Guide to Tea and Tomorrow by Laura Taylor Namey

I love this book so much! According to me these are the seven reasons - why you should add "A Cuban Girl's Guide to Tea and Tomorrow" to your to-be-read list right now... One of the major reasons for you to pick up this novel is that it is an OV book. A POC protagonist.… Continue reading 7 Reasons why you should read – A Cuban Girl’s Guide to Tea and Tomorrow by Laura Taylor Namey

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An amazing Sci-Fi world has been created by Raj Anand in his debut book – Apophis: Into the Folds of Darkness

Book Name - Apophis: Into the Folds of Darkness Author - Raj Anand Publisher - Notion Press Page Count - 456 Book Link - Amazon Review: "Sometimes we float amongst the clouds, while at other times we fly across a cerulean blue sky seated inside an emerald-green crystal spaceship" Are you a Sci-Fi fan? If… Continue reading An amazing Sci-Fi world has been created by Raj Anand in his debut book – Apophis: Into the Folds of Darkness

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In search of some exotic delicacies from all around the world read “Four Seasons at Angelino’s” by Caroline McBRIDE

Book Name - Four Seasons at Angelino's Author - Caroline McBRIDE Publisher - Post Hill Press Page Count - 305 Book Link - Amazon Review: It was a very cute and refreshing love story! If you are a person who will enjoy the escapades around the world from the famous subway of New York to… Continue reading In search of some exotic delicacies from all around the world read “Four Seasons at Angelino’s” by Caroline McBRIDE