A very Happy New Year to all of you! I hope 2018 is a great year for all of us. I have a lot of things to say about my year went and some other things but I’ll talk about them in the upcoming posts. For now, let me share with you the books I read in December.
I had exams in December (which didn’t go very well) and because of that I only managed to finish 3 books.
Books I Read
1. Tell Tale by Jeffrey Archer
My Rating: 4 stars
My first Jeffrey Archer read. Tell Tale is a collection of short stories based on the author’s travels throughout the world. I really liked the author’s writing and would love to read the rest of his books.
Read my full review here.
2. A Home For Urvashi by Sanchali Bhattacharya
My Rating– 3.5 stars
A Home For Urvashi is a story of selfless love and sisterhood. It follows the lives of twins Dulari and Ujjwala. When the twins were born, Dulari died while Ujjwala lived and Dulari has been following around her sister as a spirit ever since.
This was an average read for me. There were things that I liked and things that I disliked. Read my full review here to know what they were.
3. All the Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood
Describing this book is hard for me at the moment so I suggest you check out the Goodreads page to see what it is about and decide whether you want to read it or not.
All The Ugly and Wonderful things is an emotional and powerful story. In its truest sense, it is the story of how Wavy found solace in Kellan.
Wavy had a very very hard life and Kellan was the only good thing in it. She held on to him despite everything. Kellan truly loved and cared about Wavy.
The author wrote the story brilliantly. It was captivating right from the start and she wrote their relationship in a way that I didn’t feel appalled or disgusted even once. The cold and indifferent writing style doesn’t stop us from feeling many emotions.
Tv Shows & Music
I listened to a lot of random music on Youtube this month so I can’t name particular songs.
Why did no one tell me how crazy good this show is? I just started season 8 and while it slows down and the storyline drags sometimes, I’m loving it. Also, totally crushing on Sam and is it just me or Dean is a bit like Joey?
This Month’s Posts
A Home For Urvashi by Sanchali Bhattacharya (Book Review)
Tell Tale by Jeffrey Archer (Book Review)
Coffee and Ordinary Life by Mitali Meelan (Book Review)
Stacking the Shelves #1 || November 2017 Book Haul
Down The TBR Hole #2| Sorting Through Goodreads TBR Shelf
Ten Book Series I Want To Finish
November 2017 Wrap-Up #NonFictionNovember
How was your month and which books did you read? Let me know down below!
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