ASKING FOR A FRIEND – Andi Osho

This book follows a story about three women and their inseparable friendship, their past relationship issues and how they decide to embark on a dating game by playing matchmaker for each other. Then trouble hits as this game starts to threaten their friendship. It took me a little while to get into the book but... Continue Reading →

BURNT SUGAR – Avni Doshi

In my opinion, the author did an excellent work exploring the love/hate relationship between a mother and daughter. Not only that, there’s elements of betrayal, revenge and forgiveness that takes you on a whirl wind of emotions as you read on. Tara, the mother, was the one living with dementia but we got to understand... Continue Reading →

THREE WOMEN – Lisa Taddeo

This book had so much hype but I really couldn't understand why people were raving about this book. I don't think it's a bad book but I do think that it was marketed in a misleading way. I was expecting to read a book about women's sexual desires and being empowered by it all. Instead,... Continue Reading →

PACHINKO – Min Jin Lee

The way some chapters end in this book got my heart stopping out of shock! This book gives a perspective into the life of Koreans living in Japan in the early 1900s when Japan took control over Korea and highlights the struggles that first generation immigrants face along with the complexities of experiencing dual cultural... Continue Reading →

THE GIVER OF STARS – Jojo Moyes

Jojo Moyes is one of my absolute favourite authors but I wasn't so sure of this book just because I didn't quite connect with the synopsis as much as I normally would with her other books probably because I've never given much attention historic fiction but I gave it a go and voila...another fantastic read.... Continue Reading →

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