The Djinn’s Apple is the story of a simple girl named Nadeera who is caught up in the politics of the royal family.
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.
Death At the Manor 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.
The Book Of Uriel is an engaging and heartwarming tale of innocence and unbreakable spirit of a young mind.
If someone read Malibu Rising as their first Taylor Jenkins Reid book, it is possible that they might rate it a 5. But, if you have read her previous works, you would know that she has mastered the art of writing these glamorous fictional biographies and continues to do so.
Muskrat Ramble is a journey back in time, a chance to remember how far we have come. Yet, it gives this feeling of history repeating itself.
Legend of Suheldev is a compelling and exciting read that celebrates the history and culture of India in the signature style of the author.
I received an eARC of The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis (Courtesy : Goodreads) Inspired by the true and historical blue-skinned people of Kentucky and...