A take on how books body-shame women
A list of five "boring/bad" fictions I read in 2018
On the eve of 71st Independence Day of India, here is my "freedom-inspired" book tag. I've picked up 7 books that bent and re-shaped the way I used to think the "stereotypical" in various facets of life and the way the world operates. A book about sexual freedom: Book: Lady Chatterley's Lover … Continue reading “Indian Independence-Day” inspired book tag
Book: Six Of Crows (Six of Crows #1) Author: Leigh Bardugo Genre: Fantasy, YA, Adventure Excerpt from Goodreads summary: Ketterdam: a bustling hub of international trade where anything can be had for the right price–and no one knows that better than criminal prodigy Kaz Brekker.... ...Six dangerous outcasts. One impossible heist... My take: I've had … Continue reading 3 mini book reviews(“not super-mini but I tried” part-3)
This is my take on Leigh Bardugo's "The Grisha Trilogy" as a whole.
Book Name: The Bear and the Nightingale (Winternight Trilogy #1) Author: Katherine Arden Genre: Historical, fantasy, fiction, YA Year of release: 2016/2017 Excerpt from Goodreads Summary: At the edge of the Russian wilderness, winter lasts most of the year and the snowdrifts grow taller than houses. But Vasilisa doesn't mind--she spends the winter nights … Continue reading Why “The Bear and the Nightingale” must be on your TBR list
Do you know something exciting happening in Twitter right now? Women are describing themselves as the feminine gender is depicted by male authors. It sparked off by YA author Gwen Katz and snowballed into something bigger, brilliant and funniest ‘thing’ I’ve read in months. It triggered me to discuss words/idioms that popularly describe (read: … Continue reading 5 ‘women-centric’ terms I’m obsessing over, right now