The Traveling Cat Chronicles by Hiro Arikawa ★★★★★

Cats & Japanese literature. A treat to all the feline lovers.  Imagine you went into a grocery store and brought home a packet of a new flavour of instant noodles not like your usual taste. You decide to cook them one particular morning. From the look of it seems like a usual dish, but the smell really draws you in. One by one, slowly and … Continue reading The Traveling Cat Chronicles by Hiro Arikawa ★★★★★

My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite: ★★★.5

Korede is a nurse and a very competent one. She is an introvert, reasonable person, neither ugly nor beautiful but someone who excels at her work. Her sister, Ayoola is quite the opposite of her. She is gorgeous, vibrant, irresponsible, reckless, and someone who comprehends men better than her sister. Korede always protects her sister since it is expected of her as an elder sister … Continue reading My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite: ★★★.5

Normal People by Sally Rooney: An unusual love theme ★★★

The entire narrative is about its characters and their progression over the years. It is an unlikely love story which can tear you apart but can fill your heart with warmth. The novel is gripping in the beginning but plummets down in the middle. It talks about issues like depression and people transcending it. A twisted tale of two people falling in love over and … Continue reading Normal People by Sally Rooney: An unusual love theme ★★★

Book Tag: 2017 Year in Book Review

Merry Christmas everyone. Teaching my nerves to be under control and failing because it is exactly 2 days until the celebration of the year. It’s officially the time to revisit the past year filled with happiness and despair, laughter and sadness, success and failure and so much more. A time to celebrate the gift of life with family and friends exchanging presents and spreading the love. … Continue reading Book Tag: 2017 Year in Book Review