No. of pages: 348 pages Published: 20 June 2014 Publisher: Atlantic Books Settings: Minnesota, America Website: http://www.cherylstrayed.com I've read books where grief and sadness were concerned and I had to take short breaks for the sake of my emotions. I remember reading Red Lotus by Pai Kit Fai. The events were so painful they tore my … Continue reading Book Review: Torch by Cheryl Strayed.
You know what they say, Not enough shelf space? No problem. Just shove a thing or two here, rearrange that vase, move some of the figurines aside... and voila! I think there should be enough room for at least two or three books. It's not a lot but it'll have to do. Sounds familiar? When … Continue reading There’s No Such Thing As Having Too Many Books!
There hardly is a book that I'm not a fan of and there are hardly many books that I stop reading if I find them boring. But there are the books that do make me question myself once in awhile, why am I reading this book if I find it so difficult to digest? Life … Continue reading An Endless Cycle of Cause and Confusion.
Clicking through the intricacies of the Internet on a blissful sunny Sunday evening led me to a few websites for readers and bookworms. If you understand avid readers like me, it usually doesn't end there. One thing led to another and I took a short trip down memory lane with Goodreads and unearthed some books I've … Continue reading My Top 6 Favourite Books … And 3 More!
There was just too much sex, lust and perversity in this book. Too much. So much so that once I was done with it, I had to detox my brain with another one that came with none of what I've read in Jackie Collins' novel. Gosh. The History Behind Sinners The novel was originally titled Sunday Simmons & … Continue reading Book Review: Sinners by Jackie Collins.
When I think of beaches, I think of the sun, sea, sand and surf. The soft white powdered sands sifting through my fingers. The blistering heat of the sun bearing down on my back. The warm sea water on my skin. The surf that has the children screaming with joy and happiness. Not quite the … Continue reading Book Review: The Far Side of The Sun by Kate Furnivall.
Let me tell you that this was the most complicated, most convoluted plot I have ever read in a book! Never mind that there were so many characters to keep track of but the story thickens as the book progresses! Phew. I'm glad I got that off my chest! But no, really, it was as … Continue reading Book Review: Summer’s Child by Diane Chamberlain.
No. of pages: 615 pages Publisher: HarperTorch Year: September 13, 2012 Setting: Ireland Official Website: Cathy Kelly Past Secrets by Cathy Kelly was quite a pleasant book to read but it just added more nights of sex, secrets, lies and betrayal to my misery. Which is a shame as I still have many more Cathy … Continue reading Book Review: Past Secrets by Cathy Kelly.
Blurb on Goodreads: Ceri D'Altroy watches too much Oprah Winfrey - and it's having serious repercussions. Bored with London life and writing yet another 'have the perfect orgasm' feature, she's decided to take Oprah's advice and follow her heart's desire. Going back to college might not be everyone's dream but all Ceri's has ever wanted … Continue reading Book Review: The Cupid Effect by Dorothy Koomson.
Blurb on Goodreads: Nova will do anything for her closest friend, Mal, whom she has known since childhood. So when Mal and his wife, Stephanie, ask Nova to be a surrogate mother, she agrees—despite her reservations about what it might mean for their friendship. Then Nova’s fears are realized. Halfway through the pregnancy, Stephanie finds … Continue reading Book Review: Goodnight, Beautiful by Dorothy Koomson.
Synopsis by Goodreads: As teenagers Poppy Carlisle and Serena Gorringe were the only witnesses to a tragic event. Amid heated public debate, the two seemingly glamorous teens were dubbed ‘The Ice Cream Girls’ by the press and were dealt with by the courts. Years later, having led very different lives, Poppy is keen to set … Continue reading Book Review: The Ice Cream Girls by Dorothy Koomson.
It's been quite awhile now, probably more than two weeks that I last finished reading The Chocolate Run by Dorothy Koomson. It was truly an interesting and unique book. I loved it despite the endless drama by the quartet of friends (Matt and Jenna, Amber and Greg). What I loved especially about the book is the … Continue reading Paragraphs of Decadence from ‘The Chocolate Run’ by Dorothy Koomson.