Book Review: Rea and the Blood of the Nectar by Payal Doshi

Book Review: Rea and the Blood of the Nectar by Payal Doshi Publishers: Mango and Marigold Press Genre: Children Fiction, Middle Grade, Own Voices (I got an e-ARC from Netgalley) Pub Date 17 May 2021 While reading this book, two things should be remembered that are mentioned in the acknowledgement at the end. Firstly, even … More Book Review: Rea and the Blood of the Nectar by Payal Doshi

Book Review: The Language of Cherries by Jen Marie Hawkins

Book Review: The Language of Cherries by Jen Marie Hawkins Genre: YA, Romance with Literary construction (I got an e-ARC from Netgalley) If we take Bacon’s view, this book is to be chewed and digested. This is a very nuanced book, and not an easy read in the sense that it can be finished quickly. … More Book Review: The Language of Cherries by Jen Marie Hawkins

Book Review: Love, Loss, Lockdown by Sneha Jaiswal

Book Review: Love, Loss, Lockdown by Sneha Jaiswal I picked up this book in moments of serendipity, where I wanted to read a different book than the usual story that comes shut within the walls of genre. Often when we hear about pandemics and stories relating to it, we start to imagine many things that … More Book Review: Love, Loss, Lockdown by Sneha Jaiswal

Book Review: Infinite Detail by Tim Maughan

Book Review: Infinite Detail by Tim Maughan Publishers: MCD x FSG Originals Genre: Speculative, Near Future Dystopia (I got an e-ARC from Netgalley) This book is a near future technology dystopia, and though the story mentions issues like privacy, autonomy, fake news, it is about the society and the effects a society has in presence … More Book Review: Infinite Detail by Tim Maughan