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TheIndianBookworm

Joined October 2016

Gryffindor | Gobbling down a never-ending TBR list. IG-@anshi_1012
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The Great Gatsby | Francis Scott Fitzgerald

'There are only the pursued, the pursuing, the busy and the tired.'

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Kiss Kiss | Roald Dahl
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Oh my God! I realllllyy loved this book. I've always been a huge fan of Roald Dahl. I've been reading his books since I was a child. This one is a short story collection and I loved each and every story. I should say, they were so dark(not for the soft hearts). And just as the subtitle says, expect the unexpected. Must try, even for the non-fans.
4.3/5🌟

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The Haunting of Hill House | Shirley Jackson
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I like this book very much. Also, I finished watching the Netflix series yesterday. They are quite a bit different, keeping just the central idea same but yes, I loved both. The book and the series both have so much deeper aspects to dive into. They keep you hooked till the end too.
I'd suggest you to try both💕
First the book, definitely.
4/5🌟
#netflix #horror #sunday #bookreview

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The Miniaturist | Jessie Burton
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I completely bailed out from this one. I've heard such nice reviews about this book. Such nice reviews. And I was so excited to read this one. But, this one was so bland for me. I've seen so many people love it, but this just didn't click with me. I expected it to be dank and dark. I read the summary after bailing out, and found my decision of bailing out to be apt.
Any reviews, people?
Can't even rate it, Sorry.
#miniaturist #books #sunday

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First Comes Love | Emily Giffin
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First of all, I really LOVE the way how Emily Griffin has written the book in a dual perspective and that too of the sisters. The book really surprised me in the prologue itself, do read it to find out. I liked the book very much. It isn't rocket science, just a quick simple read. The characters and the story keeps you hooked and is a quick paced page turner. You'll really like the characters, at least I did.
4/5🌟
#theindianbookworm #ya

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Nirmala | Premchand
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For those of you who don't know, this book is originally written in Hindi. You can look for a translation, if you want to read it. The book explains the terrible condition of women in that era. What social and moral pressures were faced by women then. I really loved the book, it genuinely keeps you hooked and has a simple yet interesting storyline. A must read.
4.3/5🌟
#theindianbookworm #feminism #feminist

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Tales of the Peculiar | Ransom Riggs
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I came on to this book very recently. And the synopsis really intrigued me. The stories are really fun to read, sometimes predictable and sometimes not. I finished the book in two seatings, specifically speaking in a day. It has some very simpler writing and really interesting stories. Do read it.
4.3/5🌟
#theindianbookworm #peculiar #bookstagram

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The Husband's Secret | Liane Moriarty
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I've read 'Big little lies' by Liane Moriarty and loved it. I expected so much out of this book. The best thing about the book was the 'Epilogue'. It is the only part which increased the book's rating. I loved how the epilogue was framed, the whole book was pretty bland compared to the epilogue. Too stretchy with nothing amazing. I even expected the end pretty soon. Give it a try for the writer and the epilogue.
3.5/5🌟

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Like Water | Rebecca Podos
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I took this as a recommendation from Booktube and I definitely liked it. I won't go much into details, that'll be like spoiling it. It's a refreshing read and has a gradual pace. Didn't real bore me at any point of time, keeps you hooked. A good summer read.
3.8/5🌟

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Heidi (Classic) | Johanna Spyri
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I loved this book. I must say it's a classic for a good solid reason. It's so sweet and so heart warming, you just keep reading it. Definitely a page turner and you'll finish it in a single sitting. Heidi and her grandfather's relationship is so cute. Must read, for children as well as adults. I didn't want this to end.😔
4.8/5🌟

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My Kind of Girl | Buddhadeva Bose
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The idea of this book is quite fascinating, which actually made me read it, but it's like much ado about nothing. The book is so bland, it literally doesn't have any special thing. According to me, the writer just thought of the plot and just finished writing it in a whim.
I won't recommend it but if you want a super light read then go for it.
2.5/5🌟

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I've just finished the trilogy and I quite liked it. The book was like a roller coaster ride, it had it's ups and downs, especially in the start. The book really started to pick it's pace and plot up towards the end, and that actually improved the overall rating. The book really showcases the real selves of all the characters.
PS- What a character Su Yi was!😉
4.3/5🌟

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I am genuinely liking the series. This being the second in series has mysteriously suffered that 'second book damage' in the trilogy. The book overall was a bit mundane but caught up some good speed towards the end and improved the overall rating. It carries the story ahead and introduces many new characters and their past and present stories. Let's see what the final book in the series brings out.
3.8/5🌟

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Crazy Rich Asians | Kevin Kwan
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I completed this book weeks ago and just didn't get the time to review it. I've already read the second book so I can say it's definitely better than the second one. There's lots of drama that'll make you turn the pages. Being an Asian, I find it quite relatable, that means Kevin Kwan has researched well. I still have to watch the Netflix series but overall this one's a good pick. Funny, outrageous and sweet at the same time. Do read it.
4.4/5🌟

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Mehso-so

I didn't pick this book for some relationship advice or anything. The title really intrigued me and made me pick the book. The book really has a good starts and keeps you interested. But, after a while if you aren't looking for any relationship advice and are just reading for fun, it might get a bit boring and doesn't keep you hooked if looking from that perspective. Overall a simple and a fast read.
3.8/5🌟

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Just as the title says, the story really is a curious case about Benjamin Button. I actually liked the novella. The pace is quite nice and it won't bore you. The story become a bit predictable towards the end for obvious reasons but there'll be some fun and unexpected elements that'll keep you hooked. You should definitely give it a try.
4/5🌟

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We Should All Be Feminists | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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This is just a small adaptation from the Ted talk by the writer. It doesn't have much details regarding feminism, rather it is just an introduction as to why feminism is needed or why everyone should be a feminist. I love how the book proceeds and how easy to read it is. Quick paced and witty, overall it's an enjoyable read. I would have liked a full flegded book more.
4/5🌟

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I read this book long back. I picked this after I read an article about books on serial killers on internet. I would say, it's a good paced book and if you have the guts to read some gory and grotesque details you should definitely read it. You'll definitely get to know more about the serial killer psyche and why they do this. In this case, why H.H. Holmes did this.
I tried reading 'Deranged' by same writer but didn't get the hook to it.
4.5/5🌟

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An Ordinary Life: A Memoir | Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Rituparna Chatterjee
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I have never been much into biographies and autobiographies. I decided to read this book after I watched an amazing Netflix series by the actor. The book is very well written and I loved the pace of the book. It is also very interesting and funny sometimes. We get to see the real struggle behind a well renowned Indian actor.
4/5🌟

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So, the last one in the trilogy. I found this to be better than the second one. Overall a good conclusion to the story of Lara Jean. But there's this thing with good stories, you don't want them to end, and this is the exact similar case with this one. Do read it.
4.2/5🌟

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I watched the Netflix movie of the prequel recently and so I thought of completing the trilogy. It's a really sweet book but I would say, not as good as the prequel. The characters are really good and they definitely stay with you. I actually like almost everyone, they are so realistic.
PS- Peter Kavinsky is my new book boyfriend. And Noah Centenio is equally good.♥️
4.1/5🌟

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Big Little Lies | Liane Moriarty
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I read this long back, just forgot to post about it actually. I read this after @Jess7 recommended it. The book was had a catch to it and also a quick read. You quickly keep turning pages and still the suspense grips you. The ending was good you are kinda satisfied by it. Go for it but don't expect way too much from it.
PS- The characters are fun.
4.1/5🌟

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Black Suits You | Novoneel Chakraborty
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I read this book just because I've read the 'Stranger Series' by the same writer and I loved that. I would say, overall this was a pretty good book but if compared to the stranger series, I think it could have been better. I think it would have been an equally good book, had it not been erotica. Still, for a single reading, you may try it.
3.9/5🌟

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Orbiting Jupiter | Gary D. Schmidt
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I had this book in my TBR for long and this in a link of must reads. The book is a bit different, not the usual kind and I don't think everybody would like it. But I found the book really sweet and recommend this go everyone. Don't want to spoil it by describing it, guys, go for it.
4.3/5🌟
PS- The book is very short.

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Dangerous Girls | Abigail Haas
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I want to thank @Jess7 for recommending this book to me. I liked the book because it had a really good ending. I can recommend this book to anyone just for the '10 lines' at the end. Yes, just for that. It has that effect and I'd say you should definitely read it. An average YA book otherwise, but the ending will definitely make you go 'OMFG🙄🙄' for 10 seconds.
4.1/5🌟

Jess7 YAY! I‘m glad you liked it! 🤗 1y
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The Girl of My Dreams | Durjoy Dutta
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I read this book because I've read all other previous books by the writer and wanted to keep the streak. The book has an astounding number of positive reviews and so I expected a lot out of it. I don't say it's bad but I just feel that it could have been better. The book had a good setup and I thought it would fold out to something good. But yes, it is definitely a page turner. I finished it in a single day.
3.9/5🌟

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Reconstructing Amelia | Kimberly McCreight
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I am like sooo disappointed with the book. I found the title in a list of books with amazing suspense and thrill kinda stuff but this was outright simple. The writing style is simple and good, the book moves at an average pace, but boy! I was disheartened by the ending. The book was so unfair to the readers. Go for this just for a casual affair. I don't think the characters or the story will stay with me.
Do share your reviews though.
3/5🌟

Jess7 I liked this one a lot when I read it. I do think, however, our opinions of books are shaped by the other books in this genre that we have read before. It‘s definitely not on the level of a Clare Mackintosh, Mary Kubica, or Gillian Flynn thriller, but all of those are not YA. I read it a few years ago I think. I‘m sorry you really didn‘t like it. If I don‘t like the ending of a book it can reduce my rating, but a 3/5 would be a so-so for me. (edited) 1y
Jess7 I‘ve read a ton of books in this genre - I‘d be happy to try to recommend something different for you if you can tell me me the main things you liked and didn‘t like about this book. I‘m sure with the amount of suspense /thrillers I‘ve read I can steer you toward something else 1y
TheIndianBookworm @Jess7 You are absolutely correct, our likes and dislikes in the genre are formed by our previous read books. I personally feel, the books in this genre are more about the ending, because it's what takes away all the focus and the whole book is about that. A major portion of the review goes to that. The writing style and every other thing was nice but the main thing, the ending wasn't delivered properly. 1y
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TheIndianBookworm @Jess7 And quite clearly, you've read more than me in this genre, it's all about the ending, it's all about the climax in such books and that wasn't delivered very nicely. Keeping in mind everything else, it could have been a much better book, but then the ending, you know that was a bit disappointing. 1y
TheIndianBookworm @Jess7 Also, please don't be sorry and you recommending books, that is so sweet of you. I'd be very happy to read something that you recommend. And did I make myself clear about my liking and dislikings? Do recommend something. 😋 1y
Jess7 I gather you were ok with the YA slant of the book, but didn‘t find the ending satisfying. Personally, I didnt hate that ending but there are several thrillers where I didnt like the ending so I‘ll bear that in mind. I‘ll list some authors. If you have read anything by them let me know whether you liked it or not. That will help me make a better recommendation. 1y
Jess7 Gillian Flynn, Paula Hawkins, Mary Kubica, Lisa Lutz, Clare Mackintosh, Abigail Haas, Kate Morton, Peter Swanson, Holly Brown, William Landay, Liz Fenton & Lisa, Sandie Jones, Shari Lapena, Ruth Ware, Calia Reid, Kate Morietti, Catherine McKenzie, Caroline Kepnes, Araminta Hall, Alice Feeney, Greer Hendricks, Laura Lipman, AJ Finn, Robyn Harding, Louise Candlish, Riley Sager, BA Paris, Liane Moriarty, Gilly Macmillan, Megan Miranda, Amy Gentry 1y
Jess7 Robert Gailbraith, Agatha Christie... there is more 1y
Jess7 Personally, I like dark and twisty and either character driven or quick-paced/suspenseful thrillers. I‘ve only started categorizing my bookreviews for 2018, but you can find them by searching the hashtag JPBOOKREVIEW and the ones I‘ve done this year will come up. For beautiful writing go with Kate Morton, for an all around good, twisty thriller go with The Good Girl by Mary Kubica, for jaw dropping go with Let Me Lie - Clare Mackintosh 1y
Jess7 Lisa Lutz - The Passenger is great with a satisfying ending 1y
Jess7 I personally loved Amy Gentry‘s debut - Good As Gone. One of my favorites bc it was very suspenseful and a quick read (like the passenger in that way). Other favorites are Liane Moriarty‘s Big Little Lies and The Husband‘s Secret but I did not like What Alice Forgot or Truly Madly Guilty 1y
Jess7 Sharp Objects is hands down on my favorite thrillers for dark and twisty. I also really liked The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (I read it when it first came out before the hype), but her follow up Into The Water fell flat for me. 1y
Jess7 If you like the YA feel of Kimberly McCreight you could try Abigail Haas‘ first book (tagged here). It‘s twisty, but not completely shocking. I liked the ending. 1y
TheIndianBookworm @Jess7 I have gone through each and every comment of yours thoroughly. Yes, you are right, that I am okay with the YA slant but definitely not okay with the ending. I've read Paula Hawkins, Sadie Jones, Ruth Ware only. I plan to read Gone girl and Sharp Objects super soon. And who hasn't read Agatha Christie? 1y
TheIndianBookworm @Jess7 Even I like dark, twisty and character driven intense and quick paced books. Books that leave you in awe. I have noted down each and every book you have selectively recommended. And will definitely give them a try one by one. 1y
TheIndianBookworm @Jess7 I have to say that we are quite similar in this. Even I read The girl on the train much before the hype and much much before the movie even came out. 1y
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I was very excited for my first Job Nesbo's but I didn't like the book very much. The book is good paced and you keep on turning the pages. All throughout the book I kept on thinking that this is just the buildup and there will be an amazing end to it but to my dissapointment the ending wasn't thaaat great. But still it's good for a one time reading spree. But yes, I'm still excited to read 'The snowman' by the same writer.
#Harryhole
3.9/5🌟

Zelma I hate the tag on the book. Nesbo has been around for awhile; 🙄 at the next Stieg Larsson comparison. (edited) 1y
TheIndianBookworm @Zelma You are absolutely correct. Why can't he just be the first Jo Nesbo. This comparison is just absurd. 😑 1y
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Kane and Abel | Jeffrey Archer
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I just loved loved loved the book. And when I say I loved it, it means I loved it from the very first page to the last page. There was never a dull moment which hampers the book plot or my love for the book. I like Jeffrey Archer but never in my life I thought that I would love the book this much. I cannot think of anything which needs improvisation. You'll just keep on turning the pages & falling in love with the book more and more.
5/5🌟

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Calling Sehmat | Harinder Sikka
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I wanted to read it sooo badly. I was very excited about it since the day I heard about the book and the movie getting released. It is one of those very rare cases in which the movie releases before the book but it had reasons for it. I would suggest and recommend the book and the Bollywood movie 'Raazi' to everyone. I would not disclose anything about it, you should give it a try. I was a little disappointed but overall it was very nice.
4.2/5🌟

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The Outcast | Sadie Jones
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I completed this book long back. To be very honest I expected so so much from this book, this is because I've heard of it so much. Throughout the whole book I kept on thinking that this is just the build up and there would be an amazing climax. But to my disappointment, the climax was pretty normal. Some quotes from the book are nice, but I won't recommend it personally.
3/5🌟

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Rules of Protection | Alison Bliss
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I read this book for a light reading on my friend's recommendation. I didn't expect much from this and haven't read Alison Bliss before. The characters are simple and don't have much specifications or character development in the book. The plot is simple and the book has a good pace. I looveeedd the epilogue though. Some scenes were quite sweet and lively. Overall a good read.
PS- Jake is quite hot♥️

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Train to Pakistan | Khushwant Singh
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I just finished reading it. Just 114 pages, but there's so much in this book that it's difficult to review it in a few lines. I'm an Indian and I know about my country's Independence but this book shows the pain and suffering people went through just post Independence. Some details and descriptions are beautifully put by the writer. There's this one beautiful description of the monsoon season. Will make you ponder upon so many things.
4.2/5 🌟

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The best thing about the book is the title, I loved how the writer has been creative with the title (read the book for the reference). The worst thing about the book is how average it is. I kind of expected a lot from this book but it was one of those books in which everything falls to place in a weird kind of way, that seems very obvious. The characters are sweet and relatable. It is for a very light reading. Finished it overnight.
3/5🌟

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I had been always curious about this book and to be very honest I always wanted to read it too. But when I actually started to read it I liked it. I would still say that I just like it and not actually love it. For me it's like, what's the fuss all about? The book is kinda cute but only for kids. I must say that I think I expected way too much.
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3/5🌟

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I had this book in my TBR for so long and I've recently read it for a reading challenge. It is quite a 'different' book I can say and you really need to be a little imaginative to have a taste for it. I am not saying that I didn't like it but tbh, I expected something a lot better.
PS- The closing line is just amaaaaazing and you know what I read it for my challenge under the category 'A book with a great closing line'.
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3.9/5🌟

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The Shining | Stephen King
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I finished this long back. Although I had difficulties in finishing this, it was so slow paced at times that it was very difficult to continue reading. I personally feel that the book is cursed (just like the hotel in the book). Expected a lot from the book but it wasn't that good. Still can be read keeping in mind that it is Stephen King's work.
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4.1/5🌟

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Hey guys, I was actually kinda experiencing reading block but now I'm back here after so long. Also I've read 5 books out of the 6 I've mentioned in the current reading list. But I still gotta review them. Also, any book suggestions?

RaimeyGallant What kinds of books do you like? I'm really enjoying this one right now: 2y
TheIndianBookworm @RaimeyGallant Any genre except biographies and autobiographies would do :p 2y
TheIndianBookworm @RaimeyGallant I checked both the books mentioned by you, the latter seemes interesting to me 2y
RaimeyGallant Hope you like it. :) 2y
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I am a Dan Brown fan and I've loved 'Angels and Demons' and 'Da Vinci Code'. Digital Fortress is an exciting and thought-provoking debut from author Dan Brown. With nonstop action and a fascinating plot Digital Fortress is an example of the techno-thriller at its very best. I have mixed opinion about the ending. It was good but didn't have the WOW factor like the other books. I personally feel being a debut novel, it was quite good.
4.2/5⭐

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Paper Towns | John Green
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This book seemed pretty average to me. I was actually very excited to read it since I am a hardcore TFIOS fan. The characters are sweet and relatable. Quentin's boring life is turned upside down when Margo comes to his room for a late night adventure. It was all fun and games until when everybody comes to know that Margo is missing. But the catch is there is a trail of clues only which Q can understand.
PS- Lacey, Ben and Radar are awesome.
3.5/5⭐

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The Shining | Stephen King
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New babies in the house❤️
Anyone jealous?😂
#bookchor #books #bookhaul

MyBookLife 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️ 2y
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I liked this book a lot. This is quite hard to review. Although I have some misgivings about few parts but I loved it. It will make you laugh and cry very unexpectedly. I should make this clear for anyone who is planning to read, it isn't a typical love story, it is not for everyone (specifically those who lack imagination), YOU WILL LOVE IVAN for sure.
PS- Opal, can I have Ivan?
(Read the book for reference.)😘
4.2/5🌟

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Don't Look Back | Jennifer L. Armentrout
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How would you react if you suddenly wake up and don't even remember your name?
This book is about Samantha who is a stranger in her own life. She and her best friend Cassie went missing and no one has a clue as to what happened that night! I didn't like the book much. I was disappointed with the ending. Though it was unexpected but still could have been a lot better.
You can go for it you want some light reading.
PS- You'll love Carson.
3.7/5🌟

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Vows of Silence | Debra Webb
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I had this book for so long but I actually read it now. It has everything, you just have to name it love, murder, thrill, friendship, betrayal, death, just everything. I personally liked it but sometimes the characters were simply very idiotic. It will show you how true friendship can be put to test when some revengeful villain is out there. Gripping suspense keeps you hooked till the end.
PS- It was a second hand copy, smells so good.
3.9/5🌟

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Vows of Silence | Debra Webb
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This sounds promising!❤
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Guys i m having mixed opinion about Divergent series. Should i go for it or its just overrated? 😶

AllenTStClair I just thought it was ok. By the end of the series I was over it, though. 2y
thegirlwiththelibrarybag I haven't read them... I thought the first movie was alright 🤔 2y
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TheNextBook I read all three and hated Tris the entire time. If you want a quick read, thats fast paced and completely unrealistic go for. I finished each in like a day but yeah by the third book I just wanted to see how ridiculous it could be. 2y
TheIndianBookworm @TheNextBook thank you so much😘 I'll just leave it for now😅 2y
thegirlwiththelibrarybag @TheIndianBookworm, yeah, my YA series apathy has transferred onto YA movies as well, I only read and watched the first Maze Runner too (I'm just not overly interested in dystopian futures) 2y
TheIndianBookworm @thegirlwiththelibrarybag that's nice, you can utilize that time for reading other genre! 2y
anwade88 I thought the first was fantastic, the second was bad, and the third was so meandering and nonsensical I still can't believe it was written by the same author as the first. 😳 2y
Jess7 Overrated. I enjoyed the first book a lot. The second was ok and by the third I wanted it to be over. IMO hunger games was 10x better if you want to read a series. That being said, if you're very far into the first book, I would recommend finishing it - note however, I'm a person who can't bring myself to bail on books 😏🙄 2y
TheIndianBookworm @anwade88 thank you, i have kept it aside😂 2y
TheIndianBookworm @Jess7 I have read The hunger games and i love that. No i haven't even started yet!😂 2y
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I wanted to read this since very long and I feel so glad now. Comparatively a short book, just 88 pages, but was no less interesting. I'd recommend this book to everyone. Add this to your TBR today itself and read it very soon. The movie definitely deserves to top IMDb.
"Get busy living or get busy dying."
"Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies."
4.6/5?

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And Then There Were None | Agatha Christie
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Done with this beauty. An absolute beauty by the queen of mystery. Originally, it had the title, 'Ten little niggers'. Its amazing how a nursery jingle (Ten little soldiers) can be turned into a book and how interesting can it be. Absolutely simple language and fast pace will make you turn pages. A personal opinion about this. You won't even grieve about anything, you'll just be impressed by Mr. UN Owen.
How many of you have read it?
4.4/5🌟

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I couldn't read much cuz of my exams but now I am back🙈
I know the title sounds desperate, but I wanted to read cuz the synopsis was intriguing. I didn't like it much, the book is very simple and nothing very exciting, I won't recommend it. But read it if the synopsis seems interesting to you.
Its about a girl who writes letters to guys whenever she's done with them as a farewell note and hides them, but one day someone leaks them out!
3.3/5🌟

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So, I am done with the trilogy. I loved this one also, overall the trilogy is well written but according to me the 2nd part was the best one. Won't give any spoiler, but this would be tragic. The book has a good pace overall and you wouldn't definitely be bored by it. Read this to know whom will Katniss choose, Peeta or Gale? The book is definitely a page turner. This kept me up so late many a times.
4.6/5🌟
PS-May the odds be ever in your favor

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