Hi everyone! How was February for you? It was a stressful month for me. I had a few tests this month and I have my final exams staring from Thursday. Despite all this, I managed to read 4 books. You can also see my January Wrap-Up here.
Genre: Mythological Thriller
My Rating: 4.5 stars
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review
The Resurrection Of Evil by Neelabh Pratap Singh is a mythological thriller set in India. The plot is centered around a pot that is stolen from the National Museum.
The book starts with a man killing his wife in a moment of anger. Right after this, we are bombarded with crime scenes one after the other. In the middle of these, we are introduced to our hero ACP Aryan.
Genre: Crime Thriller
My Rating: 4 stars
“Do the actions of our father’s decide who we are or do they decide what we become? Did we choose this, brought this upon ourselves? We must have been fools to listen to them, to trust their promises and believe their lies and if it were to happen all over again we would still make all the same mistakes. Do you know why? Because we are still fools groping in the dark, looking for any sort of guidance that can be provided.”
The Girl from Rostov is a stand-alone thriller by Shitij Sharma. It follows Majid and his niece Maya as they both battle the ghosts of their past. Their journey takes them to unexpected places and places them with unexpected situations. The book is about a family that is laden with tragedy. It is a mixture of love, loss, family, crime and grief.
I was surprised when I started this book. It was captivating right from
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Fantasy
My Rating: 4 stars
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Tompkin’s School: For The Extraordinarily Talented by Tabi Slick is a thrilling YA paranormal book. It follows the story of Izara Torvik when she moves to a boarding school in Oklahoma with her twin brother Kain. They soon discover that there is something sinister about the school and find something weird happening to them in the midst of it.
The book starts a bit slow but soon becomes very intriguing and mysterious. The writing is simple and good. I liked that the book was organized and well paced.
Hello readers! I present to you some more of my favorite quotes 😀
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is the fifth Harry Potter book. I think we can all agree that it is one of the saddest books in the series. Still, its one of my favorites and has some amazing quotes.