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Midnight’s Star (Shades of Night #1) by @shilpaauthor Love & Courage! @BookReviewTours #Bookreview

Midnight’s Star is an emotional book and one that reminds us that the world is not equal for all of us. A hero who is disabled and a heroine who has enough emotional and financial issues to bury a town under make an unlikely pair in Midnight’s Star. This is the first book in the …

The Austen Escape #BritishLiterature @katherine_reay

📚💛💚An author whose second book, The Austen Escape I picked immediately after reading the first one The Bronte Plot that was an equally good read. Though this review is a long time coming. Hope to keep the reviews coming. 📚💚💛 I first read The Bronte Plot by Katherine Reay a couple of years ago and enjoyed the different, layered, realistic …

Where’d You Go, Bernadette? #BookReview #ReadingWithMuffy

The story unfolds so fast that I was eagerly waiting for the emails to arrive. Bernadette expresses herself with the emails and I got a peek into her struggle to be a good mother more than the woman she was. The celebrated architect forgotten in the effort to be a mom.
The book started out with her struggle of a mom to avoid confrontation with other parents and turned into race to evade the mental asylum.

Krishna’s Kindness #SupercopOfAryavrat by Mithilesh Kumar

Supercop of Aryavrat is none other than Krishna, the saviour and god himself. This book tells his story through his eyes. The book begins on the note when everything is ending. The Yadav clan is scattered, the Mahabharata war is over and Krishna is ruminating on his life and times. As his own brother, Balram’s …

UPROOTED EMOTIONS! From An-Other Land: Making Home in the Land of Dreams by Tanushree Ghosh #BookReview

The stories in the book, From An-other Land: Making Home in the Land of Dreams, are about the American Indians or the NRI’s who wished for the ‘Great American Dream’. Whether they achieved it or not, found their perfect life abroad or not is left expertly to the reader to discern. The author has a …

The Doppelgänger by Ruchira Khanna #review #paranomalfiction

The Doppelgänger by Ruchira Khanna

Ruchira is the author with a sense of calm and delves into the human mind, the psyche. The Doppelgänger is her latest book, it is a short story which transcends life and death. Weaving stories that explore our relations and life choices. Ruchira has also written a children’s book, about Alex and Angelo. She weaves …