Today’s BBNYA semifinalist spotlight features the book named ‘The Hurtle of Hell: An Atheist Comedy Featuring God and a Confused Young Man from Hackney’ by Simon Edge.
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Reborn Yesterday by #TessaBailey is your regular girl meets vampire and they fall for each other love story. If you keep your expectations in check and go for it, this is actually quite a decent read.
#TheExHex by #erinsterling is definitely the kind of book that you can pick up every October. It is witchy and centred around #Halloween.
#TheFrostFair by #NatashaHastings is a middle-grade fantasy that is surprisingly grounded even when it is dealing with all these magical and frosty elements.
#onaminanightie by Anjana Menon is a refreshing experience than what I usually read. It covers all the topics that were relevant in a typical 2020 Malayalee household.
Ponniyin Selvan tells a complicated tale of history with a deeply layered fictional plot. It reminisces the long-lost glory of the Cholas in Tamil Nadu and their powerful reign.
If you love The Tessa Bailey style rom-com, give #hooklineandsinker a go. It is a fun joyride once again in the small fishing town of Westport.
#DeathAtTheManor by Katharine Schellman is a spooky gothic #thriller that you could consume in a single afternoon. Set in the regency era, it is quite in line with modern sensibilities.
#NeonGods is a steamy and entertaining retelling of the classic Greek mythology. It is a quick one time read if you are in the mood for a hot and dark urban fantasy novel.
It Happened One Summer is a cosy light-hearted beach-read romance novel. It is a book that you can curl up with and read in a single afternoon.
Four more days to go... I am one book away from completeing my monthly TBR list. Thanks to @bookleafpublishing 's #readathon #books #readingcommunity #bookbloggers #bookstagram #bookstagramindia #bookbloggerindia
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