Review

When Dimple Met Rishi

There are some books that just leave you with a smile on your face. When Dimple Met Rishi is, without a doubt, one of those books. It is an extremely cute story that is a nice escape from reality for a few hours. The story follows two Indian-American teenagers – Dimple Shah and Rishi Patel… Read More When Dimple Met Rishi

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Words in Deep Blue

What’s the point in living on past the moment when those we have loved have left us? And how can we ever forgive ourselves for letting them go? Words in Deep Blue is an emotion-packed, beautifully written, and deeply moving story about loss, the power of books, and finding closure. The day before she moved,… Read More Words in Deep Blue

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Carve the Mark

Veronica Roth’s Divergent has always brought up contradictory feelings within me: Roth’s world-building was severely lacking, yet the book itself was action-packed and impossible to put down. Interestingly enough, I feel completely the opposite about Carve the Mark: the world is intriguing (albeit a bit unoriginal), but the pacing is excruciatingly slow. On the planet… Read More Carve the Mark

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Heartless

“But hoping,” he said, “is how the impossible can be possible after all.” Marissa Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles quartet is one of my favorite series, so it’s no surprise that I have been highly anticipating her new standalone Heartless from the moment I first heard about it. And Heartless doesn’t disappoint. All Catherine wants is to… Read More Heartless

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Crooked Kingdom

“Sometimes,” said Kaz, “a proper thief doesn’t just take. He leaves something behind.” Crooked Kingdom has been one of my most anticipated releases of 2016 ever since I finished it’s brilliant predecessor Six of Crows. Luckily, I was not disappointed. Leigh Bardugo manages to take all of the stunning characterization, wonderful romance, and intricately plotted… Read More Crooked Kingdom

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The Problem with Forever

Forever was something we all took for granted, but the problem with forever was that it really didn’t exist. The Problem with Forever is an emotional and eye-opening book. The story is simple yet powerful, and reminds us that no matter how bad we think we have it, others have suffered worse. Mallory grew up… Read More The Problem with Forever

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