Finally May is over! *Phew* I had one busy month. I'd my practical on 29th April and then, theory exams, starting from 12th to 22nd May. So you can guess that I didn't read much. I read one ARC novella during the break between exams (It was short) and another after exams ended. So… Continue reading May Wrap Up!
Basically, this is a group of people who make it a common routine to reply to comments on their own blog and go the extra mile to visit that commenter’s blog and comment on one of their posts in return. One-sided conversation is no fun! It is a way to get more comments, meet new… Continue reading Bloggers Commenting Back
Before I go underground for exams, I'm doing this super awesome tag so that you awesome peeps can get to know me better;) Jo's #UnpopularOpinion TAG 1) A popular book or series that you didn’t like Shatter Me by Mafi. Out of all the reviews I've read about it, on bookstagram, booktube and blogs, 95% people… Continue reading Jo’s #UnpopularOpinion TAG
Author: Marissa Meyer Series: The Lunar Chronicles Followed by: Scarlet Page count: 550 Sixteen-year-old Cinder is considered a technological mistake by most of society and a burden by her stepmother. Being cyborg does have its benefits, though: Cinder's brain interference has given her an uncanny ability to fix things (robots, hovers, her own malfunctioning parts), making her the… Continue reading Jo’s Book Review- Cinder by Marissa Meyer
Originally published: 28 April 2015 Author: Sabaa Tahir Page count: 446 Publisher: Penguin Books Genres: Young adult fiction, Fantasy Fiction For me a good book is the one that makes my heart pound, makes me scream when any difficult situation is going on and makes me jump on my bed(I read on bed) in anticipation.… Continue reading Jo’s Book Review ~ An Ember In The Ashes by Sabaa Tahir
Becoming Assiya is the story of a misplaced Syrian refugee and her trial with a past of Blood, wounds, War, Doubt and Hatred and the troublesome Hope of a better tomorrow. The woman’s journey encompasses through the landscape of Wartime Syria, through her mother’s journal and the rebuilding of a Post War identity for a… Continue reading Jo’S Book Review – Becoming Assiya by Simran Keshwani