War of the Wind is a novel that discusses some of the grim aspects of technology and touches on the topic of disability through the voice of a child. There is more heart to it when all this comes from a child’s perspective.
I enjoyed reading Norah’s Ark. It had innocence and optimism, something the world needs all too much these days.
If someone were to ask me to describe The Rachel Incident in a few words, “a beautiful coming of age” novel would be apt.
If Tomorrow Doesn’t Come is a heartfelt coming-of-age story that happens literally at the end of the world.
Running wild follows Marie whom we are already familiar with from the previous books of the Simple Wild Series.
Holiday Romance is a cozy romance novel to curl up with during the festive season. It has mistle toes, chocolates, panettone (?), an airport mad dash, a cozy Christmas dinner, and a sizzling hot romance on the side.
A White Christmas on Winter Street is a cozy holiday read for people who love holiday reads that showcase the community spirit and warmth of a village just like Middle dip.
The Ex Hex is definitely the kind of book that you can pick up every October. It is witchy and centred around Halloween.
Lifting up a fellow human being is a delicate work which the Clean Sweep tries to tell over and over. In doing so, it has created complex characters with unique journeys of their own.
Onam in a Nightie is a refreshing experience than what I usually read. It covers all the topics that were relevant in a typical 2020 Malayalee household.