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.
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.
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.
I've read this book earlier, and finished it within a week. Only because I brought the book with me to work and spent some time reading it on my lunch break. I realised that I missed out on a post of my thoughts and opinions about the book, so here it is. Today. We will … Continue reading Book Review: Deep Down Things by Tamara Linse.
I had the privilege of watching the premiere of 'Spectre', the new James Bond instalment (courtesy of my father-in-law, who won four tickets to watch it at GSC in One Utama. So I went with my husband, and both my in-laws). Daniel Craig returned as the troubled, rule-breaking Agent 007, with Ralph Fiennes as 'M', … Continue reading Movie Review: Spectre.
My voracious appetite for books and reading has earned me a number of interrogative questions, especially by my relatives on how many books I've read, how many books do I buy at one given time, and how is it that I can go for long periods reading and not falling asleep. Because many people I … Continue reading To Read, Or Not to Read.
I've read books with titles so short that they come in only a word ('Unbroken' by Laura Hillenbrand, her other titles include 'Seabiscuit' which won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year in 2001 and became a movie of the same title in 2003, starring Toby Maguire), or many words ('Harry Potter and the … Continue reading Book Review of a Title Too Long.
Back in my heydays, I knew what books I wanted to read. Science fiction and fantasy, but mostly fantasy. Magic and sorcery, elves, invincible and swashbuckling heroes, horses and archers penetrating the dark throne rooms of Middle Earth. Yeah, all that jazz. I knew what I wanted to read so I knew which books to … Continue reading Book Review: All The Bright Places.