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: This is Where I leave You Author: Jonathan Tropper Genre: Fiction, Humor, Contemporary Excerpt from Goodreads Summary: The death of Judd Foxman’s father marks the first time that the entire Foxman family—including Judd’s mother, brothers, and sister—have been together in years.... Judd joins the rest of the Foxmans as they reluctantly submit to … Continue reading 2 mini Book Reviews (“not-super-mini-but-I-tried” part-2)
This is my first book tag, comprising 15 questions regarding my bookis affinity.
Book: The Sisters Brothers Author: Patrick deWitt Genre: Historical fiction, Western. Year: 2011 Excerpt from the Goodreads summary: Hermann Kermit Warm is going to die. The enigmatic and powerful man known only as the Commodore has ordered it, and his henchmen, Eli and Charlie Sisters, will make sure of it. Though Eli doesn't share his … Continue reading 5 reasons you should read “The Sisters Brothers (& +2 you shouldn’t)
These days, I'm more into short reviews of books (might be the after-effect of lingering too much on Goodreads). To cut the long story short, here are two mini and quirky reviews of two books I finished off recently. Book: The Haunting of Hill House Author : Shirley Jackson Genre(s): Horror, Gothic, Classic, … Continue reading 2 Mini Book Reviews (not super-mini but I tried!)