Book Review: Short Stories from Hogwarts of Power, Politics and Pesky Poltergeists, by JK Rowling

It’s a pleasure when I can escape into a fictional world and take a break from reality. Hogwarts and the magical world that the Harry Potter series creates is just one of the worlds I frequent. And yet, there are secrets that the world has still to reveal.

Continue reading “Book Review: Short Stories from Hogwarts of Power, Politics and Pesky Poltergeists, by JK Rowling”

Advertisements

Book Review: Dirty Martini, by Kavipriya Moorthy

When you read the second book of an author, there is an expectation that it’ll be at least as good as the first, if not better. Though I didn’t know what the story of this book would be, I knew what I expected was a good story. That was something I got with Kavipriya’s first book.

Continue reading “Book Review: Dirty Martini, by Kavipriya Moorthy”

(Book Review) Ronaldo: The Phantom Carrot Snatcher, by Maxine Sylvester

I find that when I’m hooked to a fictional series, I try to read all available books in the series very quickly. It’s truer when the series falls into one of my favorite genres. I recently read the book Ronaldo: The Reindeer Flying Academy, and was quite impressed by it. When I saw that the second book was also available, I didn’t wait further. I borrowed the same quickly and read it.

Continue reading “(Book Review) Ronaldo: The Phantom Carrot Snatcher, by Maxine Sylvester”

(Book Review) Ronaldo: The Reindeer Flying Academy, by Maxine Sylvester

I find children’s fiction to be a genre that I turn to when in need of comfort reads. It brings that sense of innocence, the joy of childhood back. One of my best friends read this book recently and I found it on Kindle Unlimited when I checked. I borrowed it immediately and started reading.

Continue reading “(Book Review) Ronaldo: The Reindeer Flying Academy, by Maxine Sylvester”

(Book Review) Hogwarts: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide, by JK Rowling

It’s always a delight to go back to a beloved series. My favorite fantasy series of all time, perhaps, is the magical world of Harry Potter. Quite recently, I chanced upon three books written by the author on Pottermore, and without further ado, bought it. This book, the third in that series, brings a little more knowledge about that world.

Continue reading “(Book Review) Hogwarts: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide, by JK Rowling”

Book Review: The Wonderful World of Books, by APJ Abdul Kalam

There’s a book for everyone, or so it is said. Nowadays, there are books even for those who only have ten minutes of free time in a day. I was surprised to see that. But I was happy to see this book as one of those books.

Continue reading “Book Review: The Wonderful World of Books, by APJ Abdul Kalam”