When a book blurb says the story is of four very different people brought together by the world of Harry Potter, it makes me notice. That, and the lightning bolt on the cover art.Continue reading “Book Review: Accidental Magic, by Keshava Guha”
When it comes to the Queen of Crime, I’ve read (and collected) a lot of her books. I love Hercule Poirot, and like Miss Marple. Even some of her standalone books are top notch too. I didn’t know what to expect from this book, but it was AC, and she rarely fails to deliver interesting books!Continue reading “Book Review: Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?, by Agatha Christie”
They say not to judge a book by its cover but there’s something quite alluring about book covers without a doubt. Some books catch my eye just by their cover and this was one such. And SSJ gifted it to me on our first meeting! That just makes it a bonus.Continue reading “Book Review: The Queen of Jasmine Country, by Sharanya Manivannan”
It’s challenging enough to write a thriller from the perspective of a normal person, but to write it from the viewpoint of a woman diagnosed with agoraphobia is another level. There’s restrictions based on the fear, and society as we know it doesn’t always accept such a fear as normal, and by extension, the person as well, so that character involved in a crime brings other aspects into the picture.Continue reading “Book Review: The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn”
I chanced upon this book while finding titles that fit into the categories of a reading challenge. I had heard of the author before, so it made me wonder if this book would be as good as his more “known” title.