The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Reading The book thief was like watching somebody write a beautiful story and then they started erasing it. And now I’m looking at scars etched in paper with lead rubbed off. The Book Thief written by Markus Zusak and published in 2005 is story of a little 10-yr old girl named Liesel, narrated by death... Continue Reading →

Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

Slaughterhouse five had been on my must read list for a few years, because it earned its well-deserved place in plenty of To-Read lists. I read it last month and have been researching on and off before writing about this review/opinion, but then I realized anything that will be derived from what’s available already kills... Continue Reading →

The Fall by Albert Camus

Reading an absurdist can be challenging. When I started reading The Fall by Albert Camus, my thoughts were “this is the shortest book I have” "this is my 2nd book by Albert Camus, I wont regret it maybe..” And then I nose-dived straight into it. The book starts with a self-proclaimed "judge-penitent", Jean-Baptiste Clamence, narrating... Continue Reading →

Review by Jay Bleu (Review # 19)

When your very good friend and an effortlessly amazing poet himself leaves a review for your book, it's literally the sweetest thing. Sweetest, because I know how extremely busy he has been. Thank you Jay Bleu for taking time to read and review the book, your support means a lot to me. Friends standing by... Continue Reading →

The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

If you are not a fan of Sylvia Plath I suggest you skip this one. In few words this book is only novel, a semi-biography written by Sylvia Plath and basically a narration of her downward spiral, covering her suicide attempts and hospitalization. If you know anything about her life and her writing, it’s going... Continue Reading →

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