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    Blog Tour: A House Is A Body by Shruti Swamy – With Algonquin Books

    Welcome to my stop on the “A House Is A Body” Blog tour! This tour was organized by Algonquin books and is my first tour with a publisher! The tour will run for ten days, from 09th August 2020 to 19th August 2020. Be sure to follow #AHouseIsABody on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to read the other tour posts. Thank you so much Algonquin Books for sending me the book to review. Also, I cannot start this review without thanking Jas from Jas Being Jas for letting me know about the tour and helping me connect with the publishers. This post literally wouldn’t have been possible without you. So what…

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    Book Review: Milk Teeth by Amrita Mahale

    I first heard about Milk Teeth a couple of months ago on Instagram. I knew the book was set in Mumbai so when found out that it was available for free on Kindle Unlimited I immediately picked it up. So what did I think about it? Read on to find out. About The Book Childhood allies Ira Kamat and Kartik Kini meet on the terrace of their building in Matunga, Mumbai. A meeting is in progress to decide the fate of the establishment and its residents. And the zeitgeist of the 1990s appears to have touched everyone and everything around them. Ira is now a journalist on the civic beat,…

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    Book Review – Nothing Ventured by Jeffrey Archer

    Anybody who knows me will know what a massive fan of Jeffrey Archer I am. I’ve been reading his books for years now and his writing never fails to surprise me. When I heard that he was releasing a new series I was ecstatic! So imagine my joy when Pan Macmillan India emailed asking for my address because they wanted to send me a proof copy of his latest book to read and review. Thank you so much Pan Macmillan India for sending me this book. I cannot stop thanking you because you had made a girl very happy. About the Book This is not a detective story, this is…

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    Book Review – 100 Days of Sunlight by Abbie Emmons

    When 16-year-old poetry blogger Tessa Dickinson is involved in a car accident and loses her eyesight for 100 days, she feels like her whole world has been turned upside-down. Terrified that her vision might never return, Tessa feels like she has nothing left to be happy about. But when her grandparents place an ad in the local newspaper looking for a typist to help Tessa continue writing and blogging, an unlikely answer knocks at their door: Weston Ludovico, a boy her age with bright eyes, an optimistic smile…and no legs. Tessa spurns Weston’s “obnoxious optimism”, convinced that he has no idea what she’s going through. But Weston knows exactly how…

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    Book Review: The Space Between Time by Charlie Laidlaw

    There are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand on Earth… Emma Maria Rossini appears to be the luckiest girl in the world. She’s the daughter of a beautiful and loving mother, and her father is one of the most famous film actors of his generation. She’s also the granddaughter of a rather eccentric and obscure Italian astrophysicist. But as her seemingly charmed life begins to unravel, and Emma experiences love and tragedy, she ultimately finds solace in her once-derided grandfather’s Theorem on the universe. About the Book No. of Pages :- 448 pagesDate Published :- 20th June 2019Publisher :- AccentPressGenre :- Dark Humor, Contemporary FictionFormat:-…

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    Book Review – One? by Jeniffer L. Cahill

    Follow the lives of five twenty-somethings as they try to make their lives in a pre-internet London. My Rating:- 3/5 Details:No. of Pages: 356Published By: Clink Street PublishingGenre: Chick-lit, Romance, Contemporary FictionBook Type: Kindle edition One? by Jennifer L. Cahill is such a fun read. The book quite literally takes you through the lives of a group of youngsters as they try to make sense of life in London before the dawn of social media. The main theme of the book talks about dating and about finding the “one”. It is a book about finding love and about friendship. Before going into the plot, let us take a minute and…

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    Book Review – Heads You Win by Jeffrey Archer

    After his father is killed, Alex Karpenko and his mother have to flee Russia if they want to survive. But where would they go? On one side, Great Britain calls and on the other, the United States of America. In an epic tale of fate, Heads You Win follows the life of a Russian immigrant as he tries to make his life in the new world. My Rating: 5/5 Details:-No. of Pages: 471Published By: Pan MacmillanGenre: Contemporary Fiction/Political ThrillerBook Type: Paperback Heads You Win by Jeffrey Archer is a fantastic tale full of twists and turns. Keeping up with his style, Archer surprises you with fantastic writing on every page. I…

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    Book Review – The Sunlight Plane by Damini Kane

    When Tharush meets Aakash his life changes forever. His new friend has scars and the truth behind it ties them in a secret that could slowly consume them both. The Sunlight Plane is a story on friendship, secrets and growing up. My Rating – 5/5 The Sunlight Plane is the first novel by budding author Damini Kane. She has taken the day to day lives of a rich suburban family and put it down into a story that brings out many of the unseen problems that take place behind closed doors. Told from the viewpoint of nine-year old Tharush, The Sunlight Plane isn’t your typical “growing up” story. It isn’t a happy story, it…

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    Book Review – As The Crow Flies by Jeffrey Archer

    Charlie’s progress from the teeming streets of Whitechapel to the elegance of Chelsea Terrace is only a few miles As The Crow Flies, but his actual journey takes him much longer. A story of love, ambition and revenge through the triumphs and disasters of the century. My Rating: 4/5 Stars I remember receiving this book as a birthday present a few years ago from one of my best friends. I was the one who picked it out but never got to reading it. “As The Crow Flies” is written by Jeffrey Archer. Set between the years 1900-1971 it follows Charlie on his journey to open the biggest barrow in the…