Humorous and heartbreaking debut novel with the fresh, funny, honest voice of a 14-year-old Geordie lad recounting the trials and tribulations of family life and finding first love. Danny’s mam has a new boyfriend. Initially, all is good – Callum seems nice enough, and Danny can’t deny he’s got a cool set up; big house, … More Book Review: Me Mam. Me Dad. Me.
Sadat Hassan Manto – The first time I heard this name, I was 14 years old, dabbling with theatre and romancing the forever intriguing teenage-depression. For those who may not know, in early 2000s more than a handful of tiny bookshops were scattered across Chandigarh where neatly stacked rows of crumbly old wooden shelves held … More Forgotten Stories: Toba Tek Singh by Sadat Hassan Manto
It lay on my IPad for the longest time before I picked this book up to finally give it a go. I dived in with great expectations, but that that’s the thing with expectations – they come tumbling down. And so it goes. “An atmospheric, gritty, and compelling novel of star-crossed lovers, set in the … More Book Review: Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen
It has been sort of a dry spell for me when it comes to reading thrillers this year. Imagine my delight then when I came across Good Me, Bad me. All the reviews that I read, suggested that this was easily one of the best Psychological thrillers to hit the market this year. Words like … More Good Me, Bad Me by Ali Land: Psychological Thriller of the year
Hello guys, I am so excited for this blogpost. I know I am a bit late but all my time is being guzzled up by my other project – I am writing a fiction novel. Yes, I said it. This is the first time I have said it out loud and trust me, I am … More Giveaway Time!!!