September 2018 TBR

To be honest, I have no idea how to complete so many books, I have as you can see very less time. September is about to get over and all I have read as of now is just one book. So, chances are pretty bleak. But hope should always be there don’t you think. Hehe! Following are the books I have jotted down for my #tbr. They include our Delhi Bookfam Club’s month book plus Banned Book Club as well. Also, I am participating for the first time at the #bnbreadathon hosted by Books & Beyond Box, they are amazing and I am thrilled.  Continue reading “September 2018 TBR”

Book Review: I Tagged Her in My Heart

Title: I Tagged Her in My Heart
Author: Anuj Tiwari
Genre: Romance, Fiction
Source: Review Copy
Publisher: Rupa Publications


I have been getting a lot of books related to four friends surrounded by love story and betrayal and friendship and relationships. I don’t know how I get books like such even though I ain’t much interested in these genres. Well, not an issue, let’s see what I think about this book. Continue reading “Book Review: I Tagged Her in My Heart”

Cover Reveal: Paradise Towers by Shweta Bachchan-Nanda

Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s debut novel is all ready! Freeze your calendar for the book launch of the debut novel, “Paradise Towers” on 10th of October. The book already has an “oh-so-amazing” trailer that you can watch on HarperCollins India’s Instagram page. Here! Take a look at the cover:

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About Paradise Towers:
Dinesh opens the door to the Kapoor flat to find Lata, the enchantress who works at Mrs Aly Khan’s, carrying a hot case with freshly made gaajar ka halwa. On the first floor, the inquisitive Mrs Mody wipes the dust off her precious binoculars to spy on the building’s security guard. The Singhs open the doors of their SUV, their four boys creating a ruckus – they are the newcomers, the outsiders. Through the peephole, the ever-watchful Mrs Ranganekar observes their arrival. Welcome to Paradise Towers, an apartment building in central Mumbai. Everyone here has a story to tell. Or maybe they have stories to hide.
Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s quirky, intimate debut explores the intertwined lives in this building – a forbidden romance, an elopement, the undercurrents of tension in corridor interactions and an explosive Diwali celebration. Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s is a dazzling voice that will draw you into the intoxicating,
crazy world that is Paradise Towers.

Well I have decided my next read. What about you? 😀
Stay tuned! I shall have a review post up soon.

Book Review: Let You Be My Puppet Once

Title: Let You Be My Puppet Once
Author: Preetika Mehra
Genre: Crime, Thriller, Mystery, Fiction
Source: Review Copy
Publisher: Notion Press Publication


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Book Review: Irina’s Eye

Title: Irina’s Eye
Author: H.W. Freedman
Genre: Fiction, Contemporary
Source: Review Copy
Publisher: Lulu


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