The Long Way To A Small Angry Planet – Review

I finally finished The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers today after wanting to read it for couple of years now. I had this book on my TBR for 2018 so I am happy that I was able to tick off an item from my TBR. I met this author in... Continue Reading →

September Reading Wrap Up

September wasn't such a good reading month for me. I managed to read 3 small books, 1 DNF, 2 books on healthy diet and one graphic novel which I borrowed from my local library. The book I DNFed -Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel - 1 star - I tried to read this book... Continue Reading →

Weight Loss and Diet Books Read

I have been overweight and obese from last few years. After my son was born, within just a few months, I lost all my pregnancy weight. But within a year, I gained plenty of extra pounds due to hormonal changes and a more sedentary lifestyle. I even stopped going to supermarkets and started ordering everything... Continue Reading →

Signal to Noise: Book Review

Signal to Noise is a magical realism novel written by Silvia Moreno-Garcia. In my quest to read as many new SFF authors I could before Worldcon, I had bought this book from an author I had never read before. I only got a chance to read it this month as part of my Mexico TBR.... Continue Reading →

June 2018 Wrap Up

I started my new job in June and as a result, did not have much time to read books. I still managed to read 5 books, out of which one was an audiobook, one was a collection of 3 short stories and two were graphic novels. I read the following books in June - The... Continue Reading →

When I Hit You – Book Review

'When I Hit You: Or, A Portrait of the Writer as a Young Wife' by Meena Kandasamy got released last year and I added it to my TBR immediately since it is a semi-autobiographical account of marital abuse. The author underwent abuse from her husband and this book is a fictionalized version of that. I... Continue Reading →

The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi

My thoughts on this Hugo Nominated book - Synposis:  "Our universe is ruled by physics and faster than light travel is not possible -- until the discovery of The Flow, an extra-dimensional field we can access at certain points in space-time that transport us to other worlds, around other stars. Humanity flows away from Earth,... Continue Reading →

Scott Pilgrim Graphic Novels

Last month, I finally finished all the Scott Pilgrim graphic novels in the series by Bryan Lee O Malley. I started this series 7 years back when the movie first came out. I read 2 books and then never read the others. I was recently searching for a movie when I noticed Scott Pilgrim movie... Continue Reading →

Doomsday Book – Review

Connie Willis is one of the Grand Masters of science fiction and I always wanted to read her books. She is like a Queen of Time Travel with 4 Hugo winning novels based on Time Travel. I love Time Travel stories so I had to check out her books. The first book in her Oxford... Continue Reading →

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