Hey everyone! How are you all?
This is one very late wrap-up. I just started college a month ago (I’m studying Literature!) and it has kept me incredibly busy. I’m hoping to find a balance as soon as possible so I can post in a proper schedule.
Here’s my combined wrap-up for the July and August.
Books I Read
- Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli- This book was just as adorable as everyone said it would be. Its definitely worth the hype and one of those comforting books you need on a rainy day. 4/5 stars
- The Beautifull Cassandra by Jane Austen– I absolutely loved reading these short stories. Jane Austen is witty and has an amazing sense of humor. I really wish there was more of these stories and that they were continued. The characters were dramatic and even ridiculous. Reading this book reminded me of why I love classics so much. 5/5 stars
- Heartless by Marissa Meyer- This book was a very refreshing fantasy read. It also completely broke by heart. Cath and Jest have become one of my favorite couples. I’m not a big fan of Alice In Wonderland but I loved this story. 5/5 stars
- Laburnum For My Head by Temsula Ao– A beautiful collection of stories in the north-eastern part of India! 4/5 stars
- A Word Thrice Uttered: Stories on Life’s Realities by Parveen Talha– This book was another amazing collection of stories. 4/5 stars
- Family Don’t End with Blood: Cast and Fans on How Supernatural Has Changed Lives edited by Lynn Zubernis– This book absolutely warmed my heart and I fell even more in love with this show. Its amazing how life-changing this show has been for so many people. The fandom and the cast are full of wonderful people. The last essay was by Jared Padalecki and I will definitely be coming back to it. 5/5 stars
- Burn for You by J.T. Geissinger– A fun romance novel. 4/5 stars
- Immortal India: Articles and Speeches by Amish– I loved this collection of essays on many different topics. The author is more popularly known for his mythological fiction books and I’m very excited to read them.
- Leah on the Offbeat by Becky Albertalli– I enjoyed Leah’s story just as much as I enjoyed Simon’s. Maybe a bit more. 4/5 stars
- Pyjama Profit: The Millennial’s Guide to a Sustainable Freelance Career by Varun Mayya and Abhinav Chhikara– This amazing book is extremely useful. Full review to be posted soon. 5/5 stars
- Floored- A YA novel by seven authors– Review to be posted soon. 4/5 stars
- 13 Steps to Bloody Good Wealth by Ashwin Sanghi and Sunil Dalal– This is a book on financial management. It was very easy to read and I did find it useful. 4/4 stars
- Unlocked Silences by Mukhpreet Khurana– Review 4 stars
- Rafina by Shandana Minhas- Review 2 stars
- Such Is Her Life by Reecha Agarwal Goyal– Review 4 stars
- Let You Be My Puppet Once by Preetika Mehra– Review 4 stars
- The Last Seychelles Flame by Medha Nagur– Review 3 stars
- The Successor Of the World by Ashish laxman– Review 4 stars
- Inkredia- Luwan of Brida by Sarang Mahajan– Review 4 stars
I present to you my latest obsession- Queer As Folk (US). TV show hangovers are the worst. I’ve watched this show almost twice in the last two months and I’m still not over it.