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magical-book-lush · a day ago
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Qotd: Do you read books that are related or have Covid elements in them??? Aotd: I don't like books with Covid-19 elements much because we are already experiencing it, why read it😂😂. Hello, humanoids!!! How's life??? Mine is a disaster thank you for not asking😊. I have exams coming up and a bad bday too😭. Book Info: The Sick Wife by Loretta Lost Pages: 276 Genre: Romantic Suspense. Synopsis: The book is based on Covid-19 times when Evie the wife of Gabriel is admitted to the hospital in serious conditions and ends up in a coma but before she goes into a coma, she tells the nurse to talk to her husband and Camilla, the nurse does that. Slowly a love story forms between Camilla and Gabriel but it doesn't last long as Evie wakes up from the coma. What will be the ending of the book??? How will their lives end up??? My Ratings: 🌟3/5 Stars🌟. My Review: This book was a decent read for me. I liked how the book was formed and the storyline was constructed. This book had me kind of confused and kind of in awe. The writing was lucid and really clean but some plots were really too much too bare for me. I personally feel like the Covid situation in this book was not so necessary and another situation could have been used too. The character development was really nice and the book was properly edited. I feel like this book should be read at least once. Overall, it was a nice book with a clean storyline and good character development, had some unnecessary plot points but I felt it was okay. Worth trying at least once if you like thrillers and suspense. So that's it, hope you enjoyed it. See you soon. Stay Safe. #thesickwife #lorettalost #romanticsuspense #bookstagramfeaturesonly #booktour #bookreader #bookstagramreads #bookstagrammers #booksofinstagram #bookrecommendations #readersofinsta #ReadTheDamnTBR (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CQa9MrSLKBP/?utm_medium=tumblr
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magical-book-lush · 3 days ago
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Qotd: what are you currently reading??? Aotd: I am currently reading Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets of The Universe and Cemetery Boys for Pride Month😍. Hello people, I have been reading, studying, working, and blogging...in short multi-tasking. Tell me, how are you, people??? Book Info: The Blue Moon Day by Santhosh Sivaraj. Pages: 256 Genre: Non-Fiction. Synopsis: Things were never the same for five ordinary individuals who got struck at crossroads and there was no way they can run back. They had no other choice but to take a plunge into their deepest fear and leave the rest to destiny. Their characters were tested out of their comfort zone and it witnessed abstruse results; a Ph.D. scholar fights to win a pizza-making contest and a tennis prodigy running for his life in a war-torn, bloodied Island. Extreme circumstances and their consequences made these ordinary individuals extraordinary. Was the test imposed on them by someone? Or did they invite it on themselves? Ratings: 🌟3/5 Stars🌟. Review: This book was nice for me. I liked the concept of the book and the idea was also unique. It is nonfiction in my opinion as it teaches us how to stay positive in all circumstances and I loved that idea a lot. The book had a special portion for each of the characters and all the endings were the same. The writing style for me was a little stretchy and had some grammatical errors too that made me quite uneasy, the punctuations in the book were not done properly and I think editing needed some more focus. The character development was smooth and I overall loved how the book ended. I think each reader who is looking for something different should try this book. Overall, a nice story with a great theory and worth trying once. So that's it, hope you enjoyed it. See you soon. Stay Safe. #thebluemoonday #santhoshsivaraj #nonfictionnovels #bookstagramfeaturesonly #booktour #bookreader #bookstagramreads #bookstagrammers #booksofinstagram #bookrecommendations #readersofinsta #ReadTheDamnTBR (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CQVzaAer9W-/?utm_medium=tumblr
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magical-book-lush · 7 days ago
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Let's explore the world through books with OMNILEGENT BOOK CLUB 💛 â–ȘA friendly place to discuss all about your favorite books and authors with the different ones. 📚 Who can be a member - Anyone, whether an avid reader or a wannabe bookmaniac, as long as the books allure you, you are welcomed to our book club. 📚What do we charge - Just your enthusiastic engagement and active participation in the club events. 📚How do we work - We aim to read two books per month. One would be the hosts' pick and the other would be chosen by the group members. This group member will be selected on the basis of his/her performance in the events that we will be organizing every month. ▫Kindly DM any of the hosts to join the bookclub or if you have any queries. ~ @booknmuses (Nupur) ~ @magical_booklush_ (Suzan) . . . ©Picture - background taken from PINTEREST & then edited by @magical_booklush_ #omnilegentbookclub #booklovers #bookstagram #india  #bookclub #bookstagram #bookmaniac  #bookgeek #bookslovers (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CQLQqMRrl-L/?utm_medium=tumblr
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magical-book-lush · 9 days ago
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Child/Currency || Outset Book Reviews.
Hello people, how are you doing?? Are you healthy??? I am down with extreme food poisoning and my health is deteriorating day by day. Please pray for me. I don’t know what’s wrong with me but let’s keep this short. So let’s just start with this review, shall we??? This book was provided by Outset Book Reviews in exchange for an incentive. I am not feeling well but work is work so let’s get

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magical-book-lush · 9 days ago
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Qotd: Do you think the judicial system is biassed against men??! Aotd: I think they are biased especially in divorces and custody of children. Hey people, I am not so well and down with food poisoning so let's just cut to the review, shall we??! Book Info: Child/Currency by Ketan Bhagat Pages: 468 Genre: Literature Fiction. Synopsis: provided with the review. Ratings: 🌟3.5/5 Stars🌟. Review: I read books like this very little but some books really touch your heart and slap a reality on your face and you can't do anything but stare at it. This book was one of those. Shreyas a writer who is trying to earn his livelihood but is not so famous as his brother Preyas. Shreya's wife Prakriti comes from a small background with big dreams of foreign trips and luxuries and whatnot that Shreyas can't fulfill and a disastrous fight leads them to the worst decision of their lives that is a divorce but this story is not about the separation of two lovers due to divorce, it's about the separation of a father from his son. This book really made me feel angry and at a time pity Shreyas who couldn't meet his dear child Kanha because of Prakriti's malicious desires to use her own child as a means of extorting money out of Shreyas. I loved the concept of the book a lot although I did find it way too long but the emotions in this book were beautiful, they touched my heart. The longing and the pain of Shreyas made me feel so hurt and sad that I can't even tell you. I felt like there were way too many characters that were not so important for the story and some part might have been cut and the writing was average too not so good but still the book had a really shocking ending and I am glad that I read it. Overall this book is worth reading once if you want to see the law from a different point of view and also if you want to explore the pain of a father during the battle of a child's custody in divorce. So that's it, hope you enjoyed it. See you soon. Stay Safe. #childcurrency #ketanbhagat #literaturefictionnovels #bookstagramfeaturesonly #booktour #bookreader #bookstagramreads #bookstagrammers #booksofinstagram #bookrecommendations #readersofinsta #ReadTheDamnTBR (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CQGrRCDr8Mb/?utm_medium=tumblr
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magical-book-lush · 12 days ago
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The Wind Tamer || Book Review.
Hello people, how are you all??? How is life?? I am doing okay. I got vaccinated 2 weeks back and the side effects were too severe on me. I had a fever, severe headaches, and also vomited😭😭. I just got over it and now my allergies are exploding again. Don’t ask me how I feel
because I feel pain😞😞. So I am doing an underrated books readathon and I have been discovering some awesome books, this is

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magical-book-lush · 16 days ago
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Qotd: What leadership qualities do you want most in your boss?? Aotd: I want the boss to be strict yet understanding. Sup people, how are you all doing??? I am having a normal day so I am happy and let's keep this short and start the review, shall we??? Book Info: The Roaring Lambs by Sreedhar Bevara. Pages: 186 Genre: Contemporary Fiction. Synopsis: In the Mau Forest in East Africa, the mighty lion king Kaizaar's autocratic ways are wreaking havoc on his subjects. Known to be the longest-serving ruler of the pride, he is ministered by the shrewd Shaka - the former leader of the lambs who betrayed his flock for the stronger lions. With their defenses exposed, the lambs are backed into a corner. How do the lambs stop the carnage and find refuge? Ratings: đŸ’„5/5 StarsđŸ’„. Review: This book blew my mind away. I loved it so much. The language is lucid and the description of Africa was done beautifully. I grew up in Africa and I was satisfied with the description and the way the book flowed around the African wildlife. The moral of the story was really educative. The character development was smooth and the story concept was unique. Overall, this book is awesome and definitely worth reading and a great book for beginners too. So that's it, hope you enjoyed it. See you soon. Stay Safe. #theroaringlambs #sreedharbevara #contemporaryfiction #bookstagramfeaturesonly #booktour #bookreader #bookstagramreads #bookstagrammers #booksofinstagram #bookrecommendations #readersofinsta #ReadTheDamnTBR (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CP0mtL_LBUo/?utm_medium=tumblr
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magical-book-lush · 20 days ago
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Qotd: Do you like reading books on Buddhism or any religion??? Aotd: I love reading books on mythology and religion. Hello people, how are you?? Too many posts these days right??? I am surrounded by books and I don't know what to do but I guess my love for books is coming back, thanks to my new book club. Book Info: The Bodhisattva & The Space Age. Pages: 130 Genre: Cosmic, Kind of Religious. Synopsis: Adapted from its original format, published here for the first time, Roger Weir's The Bodhisattva and the Space Age: The Great Idea in Our Time, which blends the ancient Buddhist writings with a modern cosmic understanding, guiding the learner on a journey through time and space. Ratings: 🌟4/5 Stars🌟. Review: This book signifies the effort of great research and hard work to provide proper information by an author. The book is well researched and properly written. The book is about meditation, Buddhism, the similarity between Buddhist teachings and our history and time. The detailed description of Buddhism kept me intrigued till the end. I loved the language and the concept was so unique. The cover totally suited the book and it was so beautiful. The language was easy to read and understand and I was so happy that the book was not stretched but was on point. This book is a great read for everyone who wants to read about Buddhist Teachings and also not get bored. Overall, the book was a short sweet, and nice read, with a nice writing style a d detailed research. Good enough to read In one sit and totally worth trying at least once. So that's it, hope you enjoyed it. See you soon. Stay Safe. #thebodhisatvaandthespaceage #rogerweir #cosmicgenre #bookstagramfeaturesonly #booktour #bookreader #bookstagramreads #bookstagrammers #booksofinstagram #bookrecommendations #readersofinsta #ReadTheDamnTBR (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CPqnSFRr2dm/?utm_medium=tumblr
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magical-book-lush · 21 days ago
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Qotd: What blend do you like the most in genres??? Aotd: I love when mythology and thriller/suspense mix with each other. Hello people, how are you guys doing??? How is life?? I am stuck between reviews and reading cuz I feel really lazy writing reviews and am reading like a dozen books altogether😏😏. Book Info: The Secret Of The Stolen Idols by Vivek R. Chaturvedi Pages: 309 Genre: Action & Adventure. Synopsis: The story focuses on our protagonist, Gururaj. He is the last of Goan priests who worships Betaal. Long ago, some idols were stolen from his ancestral temple and they are present in the local markets. Why were these long stolen idols in public and in the market now made Gururaj curious and he set to find out who the main culprit was? He engages himself in the journey to find the culprit but to his surprise, he is not the only one on the lookout. Ratings: 🌟4/5 Stars🌟. Review: The story has the aspects of suspense and thriller with some history and mythology too. It has been written beautifully.The plot is really good and the story setting is also great. The character developments were smooth but I felt the book was too descriptive and that made me kind of bored while reading the book. The book gets interesting after 100 pages as the first 50 pages are just introducing characters and the next 50 are getting the plot started. I thought that there were a lot of characters so it was quite jumbled up but as the book advanced I forgot all the cons and fell in love with the mystery. The suspense was well kept and it was really nicely written. The concept with a tinge of mythology made the book extraordinary and quite fun to read. Overall, the book is nicely written and the suspense is great too. The book could have been better but it's worth reading at least once. So that's it, hope you enjoyed it. See you soon. Stay Safe. #thesecretofthestolenidols #vivekrchaturvedi #adventurenovel #bookstagramfeaturesonly #booktour #bookreader #bookstagramreads #bookstagrammers #booksofinstagram #bookrecommendations #readersofinsta #ReadTheDamnTBR  (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CPn2w57LgIN/?utm_medium=tumblr
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magical-book-lush · 22 days ago
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Qotd: Have you replaced Harry Potter with any other book after the JK Rowling Controversy??? If yes, which one?? Aotd: As much as I loved HP, I couldn't read it after the controversy and have been trying to find the perfect book to match it and I just did. Hello people, it's pride month and I want to support the LGBTQ+ community all that I can. So here I am bringing you all the replacement of HP that I read and fell in love with. Let's go people. Book Info: The Wind Tamer by P.R. Morrison. Pages: 336 Genre: YA Fantasy. Synopsis: Archie Stringweed lives in the windswept Scottish fishing village of Westervoe. Archie is sure that the wind talks to him; that the wind watches him. It seems to appear around corners and laugh at him; to creep up behind him and blow him along the pavement; to drape itself around his shoulders and screech in his ear. Then, on Archie's tenth birthday, he discovers that he faces a huge challenge - one that will determine the fate of his family, who have been plagued by a curse for generations. Before the day is out, Archie is pitched in a furious battle with the elements ... Ratings: đŸ’„4.8/5 StarsđŸ’„. Review: This book swept my heart away. The characters, the plot, and the concept were all so good. I really liked every page of the book and fell in love with almost everything. The writing was so unique and fun. I had a great time reading it and it is perfect for Harry Potter fans. The character development is smooth and the concept is very different. This book is highly underrated and that makes me so sad because I have become a huge fan of this book and the author. I am trying to find the second book but as it was not so famous it's not available in many places. The book was such a nice fantasy ride through a curse and how to break it that I read it in just 2 sittings and had a hangover after finishing it. I would recommend it for people who want to try a new story that seems fresh to the eye and yet gives you Percy Jackson mixed with HP feeling. The only thing that I had trouble with was the ending as too many things were happening together so I had to reread it to understand it but it was still fun and worth reading. (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CPlOU8lLYGc/?utm_medium=tumblr
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magical-book-lush · 27 days ago
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Qotd: Would you fall in love with a writer in real life??? Aotd: I know it's a silly question but I don't think I can fall in love with a writer...he can kill my fav character and we might end up getting divorced😏😏. Hello people, How are life and family??? Are you all doing okay?? I am doing fine, just stuck with life and problems but it's cool and reading shouldn't stop, right?? Book Info: The Part I Left With You by Rahul Saini Pages: 236 Genre: Contemporary Romance. Synopsis: A young, starry-eyed Ratna finds herself at the doorstep of her favorite author, Ronit Sukhdev, and a little white lie lands her the opportunity to stay at his place for a few days. But Ronit, devastated by his break-up with Tasha, has stopped writing, even as nitasha tries to move on from her past and is on a quest to make sense of her life choices. Ratings: 🌟4/5 Stars🌟. Review: The book is really fun to read and the writing is lucid and poetic in a way. I found the beginning and the ending of the book quite poetic and that made me a fan of the author's writing. The story concept is different where Ronit is taken as a negative soul hurt by the breakup and Ratna is a cheerful girl who tries to help him out of it. Although I did feel that Nitasha's character was an extra and it kind of hindered the concept of the story for me. The story is fast-paced and it has a nice character development that made me finish the book in just one day. The book is written from multiple Point of Views that show each character's feelings and emotions well. The letters written between Ratna and Ronit are quite interesting and worth reading. The book from my view had some cheesy moments and and I liked that. It was fun to see an Indian author write such a unique book that gave me foreign novel vibes. Overall the book is simple and easy to read, the story is unique and can be finished in one go and it is a great read for readers like me who are desperately trying to get out of a slump. See you soon. Stay Safe. #thepartileftwithyou #rahulsaini #bookstagramfeaturesonly #booktour #bookreader #bookstagramreads #bookstagrammers #booksofinstagram #bookrecommendations #readersofinsta #ReadTheDamnTB (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CPYldgMrgOE/?utm_medium=tumblr
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magical-book-lush · a month ago
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Qotd: What do you do to get your emotions out??? Aotd: I prefer reading poetry as they reflect my unsaid emotions Book Info: Mist, Cry Of A Soul by Nigama RV. Pages: 66 Genre: Poetry. Synopsis: The wind is so still, the Earth stopped spinning, Gravity lost its control and the world held its breath, but then I realized its just me feeling your heart beating in mine... Mist - Scattered thoughts collected to a place. Ratings: 🌟3/5 Stars🌟. Review: This book was a really beautiful piece of art that had me a little confused and a lot happier. The poetry in the book is written on beautiful photographs that are somehow related to the poem itself. The photographs however kind of hide the words as sometimes there are different backgrounds in each poem and the words were too small which was also a small problem for me as I have glasses. I had the kindle version so obviously, I can't judge the original book but the book is beautifully designed, it feels like I am reading Instagram poetry and that is kind of a plus point. The poems are also nicely written and the author has covered different emotions like sadness, death, love, breakup, and many more. Although I did feel like the words in some poems were repeated but still, the feeling that the author wanted to express was done thoroughly well. Overall this book was really nice, the poems were each different and beautiful and this book is worth reading once as it's a short and sweet read. So that's it, hope you enjoyed it. See you soon. Stay Safe. #mistcryofasoul #nigamarv #poetrygenre #bookstagramfeaturesonly #booktour #bookreader #bookstagramreads #bookstagrammers #booksofinstagram #bookrecommendations #readersofinsta #ReadTheDamnTBR  (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CPQFv1zrq1j/?utm_medium=tumblr
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magical-book-lush · a month ago
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Qotd: Do you like Courtroom drama?? Aotd: I love courtroom drama a lot and I have read so many books on them that I am actually an expert in it. Hello people, how is your life??? I am doing fine and trying to cope up with life but as you know, that's not easy. Well here I am with another book review. Book Info: Almost Damned by Christopher Leibig. Pages: Genre: Suspense >Thriller > Supernatural. Synopsis: As Sam navigates his cases in Bennet County, it becomes increasingly apparent that his clients-old and new-are surprisingly interconnected, especially when old clients rise from the dead. Literally. He and his office are besieged by death threats and mysterious invitations, each one a clue that compels him to dig deeper into his own past. With each new discovery, Sam leads himself and his team deeper into a nether world in an attempt to bring redemption to his toughest clients of all-the descendants of the biblical Fallen Angels who have been walking the earth as humans for centuries, unable to find peace. Ratings: 🌠3/5 Stars🌠. Review: This book was a good read. The plot was unique where a lawyer called Sam had to fight cases that were somehow connected. The novel is more of a supernatural concept than a thriller and there were way too many characters for me to understand but the good thing is that there was a list provided before so it wasn't that hard too. I liked the writing style and the courtroom dialogues were really nice too. I am a huge fan of courtroom drama so this is definitely one of the best dramas and the supernatural touch was quite exotic for me to see. The language was easy to read and the story was not stretched too much either. The speed of the novel is super fast and that was something that I kind of liked and kind of got me confused. The ending was something that really had me in shock, I loved how each character had nice development despite the fast-paced story. Overall this book was a nice read with a supernatural touch that made it quite unique and also the concept was different and it worth trying at least once.  So that's it, hope you enjoyed it. Stay Safe.#almostdamned #christopherleibig #thriller #ReadTheDamnTBR (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CPFiT56Ldc-/?utm_medium=tumblr
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magical-book-lush · a month ago
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Home Life || Book Review ~ 88 Classics Challenge (14).
Hello people, how are you all doing?? I am okay if you want to know. I have been coping up with the tragedies that happened in my life. I have been reading at the speed of lightning because I have nothing to do. There is a storm coming that might reach my city by tomorrow so I might be MIA for a few days. I am loving reading books because they give me comfort and this book especially gave me some

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magical-book-lush · a month ago
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Qotd: What do you look for in horror novels??? Aotd: I look for a spooky storyline that has me hooked to the book till the end. Hello people, how are you??? Is your family ok??? I have to write a lot of notes and blogs and life is hectic and my family is doing well too. So on this lovely note, let's start with this review, shall we??? Title: Hold That Breath: 2 by Abhirup Dhar Pages: 79 Genre: Horror. Blurb: Daksh Sehgal, a corporate employee on a business tour meets Agastya Roy, a writer in a train coupe while traveling from North East to Kolkata one night. They strike up a conversation and Agastya begins telling Daksh six ghost stories
 Ratings: ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5 Stars. Review: This book was exceptionally well written. I liked the writing style and the way the story flowed was also quite smooth. The concept of the book was unique and that had me hooked till the end. The characters and their interactions kept the suspense alive till the end. The story flowed from two people sitting on a train to 4 different stories that Agastya tells to Daksh and then to the ending suspense that had me quite shocked. I loved the suspense in the end but I think the stories needed to be a little more spooky. To be honest, I was like this book will be another, "old wine in new bottle" concept but it turned out to be a different one and I liked it a lot. I would like to read more books by this author. Overall this book was a really fun concept that made me feel like the horror genre in India is evolving, the stories were all different and unique, the writing was clean and this book is worth reading. So that's it, hope you enjoyed it. See you soon. Stay Safe. #billybonkers #gilesandreae #nicksharatt #middlegradebooks #bookstagramfeaturesonly #booktour #bookreader #bookstagramreads #bookstagrammers #booksofinstagram #bookrecommendations #readersofinsta #ReadTheDamnTBR (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CO5lA3xLlje/?igshid=1dhmb3syq2chc
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magical-book-lush · a month ago
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Qotd: What do you look for in horror novels??? Aotd: I look for a spooky storyline that has me hooked to the book till the end. Hello people, how are you??? Is your family ok??? I have to write a lot of notes and blogs and life is hectic and my family is doing well too. So on this lovely note, let's start with this review, shall we??? Title: Hold That Breath: 2 by Abhirup Dhar Pages: 79 Genre: Horror. Blurb: Daksh Sehgal, a corporate employee on a business tour meets Agastya Roy, a writer in a train coupe while traveling from North East to Kolkata one night. They strike up a conversation and Agastya begins telling Daksh six ghost stories
 Ratings: ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5 Stars. Review: This book was exceptionally well written. I liked the writing style and the way the story flowed was also quite smooth. The concept of the book was unique and that had me hooked till the end. The characters and their interactions kept the suspense alive till the end. The story flowed from two people sitting on a train to 4 different stories that Agastya tells to Daksh and then to the ending suspense that had me quite shocked. I loved the suspense in the end but I think the stories needed to be a little more spooky. To be honest, I was like this book will be another, "old wine in new bottle" concept but it turned out to be a different one and I liked it a lot. I would like to read more books by this author. Overall this book was a really fun concept that made me feel like the horror genre in India is evolving, the stories were all different and unique, the writing was clean and this book is worth reading. So that's it, hope you enjoyed it. See you soon. Stay Safe. #billybonkers #gilesandreae #nicksharatt #middlegradebooks #bookstagramfeaturesonly #booktour #bookreader #bookstagramreads #bookstagrammers #booksofinstagram #bookrecommendations #readersofinsta #ReadTheDamnTBR (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CO5ijWQr23m/?igshid=v1st6tzyl97j
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Qotd: Which underrated books have you read and liked??? Aotd: This book is the only underrated book I have read until now. Hello people, how is life??? I am doing okay and don't wanna talk much today so let's just start this review shall we??? Book Info: Home Life by Alice Thomas Ellis. Pages: 160 Genre: Biography. Synopsis: A collection of the author's weekly columns in which she airs her views on matters domestic of every variety, in town or the country. She discusses the behavior of children and animals, horticulture, and neighbors to the ability of the domestic appliance to do its own thing. Ratings: 🌠5/5 Stars🌠. Review: This book today had me in love with it till the end. Each page of this book was a wonderful experience for me and each word was filled with so many emotions. I could relate to Alice Thomas Ellis even if I am not married and don't have kids but all the words she wrote made me relate to her. She used to write in Spectator magazine and the articles were collected and changed into a book and I get why they did that. I am in awe of this author and her boldness. She wrote these articles in the times of colonization and missionaries trying to convert people from different countries to Christians and yet she always boldly expressed her opinions and made me jump up in my seat. I wonder why she is so underrated because I can give her the position of Jane Austen in society. Her work is so nice and the way she described her town and day-to-day life while giving a valuable lesson in each article was so smooth. The language is not easy and if you haven't been to Britain or don't know old Britishers writings, I would highly suggest you avoid this book as it dates before the 1950s era. I have studied in British Board for 7 years so it was a little easy for me to go round the book. It was a one-sit read for me and a book that I will never forget in my whole life. Looking for the other parts of this series and hope to read them too. Overall, a bold book that has articles before the 1950s with a very strong vocabulary that dates back to that time with a witty and funny story giving out a moral or life lesson in each word and page. Ctd inComments. (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/CO3EmwCL2zZ/?igshid=17atus0xwzcr6
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Eid Mubarak || Feelings Out.
Last year you came home to celebrate eid, with you came happiness and peace, laughter, and ease. We talked so little,’cause we were busy working and kind of awkward. The distant between families had become our enemy. We didn’t meet much maybe that’s why there was awkward silence. We became friends a few months back after our family came together.After a long battle of egos, we became friends. But

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The F Word || Book Review.
Hi everyone, how are you today?? Have you eaten?? Is life okay??? I am catching up with everything that is happening in my life and making it get better. I am sorry if I don’t answer your comments, I am mentally stressed and need some break. I am just writing my way through and I feel like this is kind of helping. Please bear with me and don’t feel bad. Now let’s get to the review, shall we??? I

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Qotd: What are your thoughts on the modernising world and it's affect on kids??? Aotd: I think it is spoiling them drastically and something needs to be done about it. Hello people, how is life??? I am doing okay and coping up with some terrible incidents, I will be more than okay soon. So let's start this review shall we??? Book Info: The F Word by Paris Chanel Genre: Children's book. Synopsis: This book is simply about a boy who learns an important lesson on the power of words. Relax.... Ratings: 🌟5/5 Stars🌟. Review: The F Word by Paris Chanel is about how a little boy named Floyd learns how to speak the F Word (meaning the bad/abusive word) from a tv show. It depicts how a child's mind is so innocent that just because they like a letter in the alphabet they pick up any word starting with it. It also shows how the new generation Tv Shows are spoiling kids at such a young age, an age where a kid should learn how to share and care, he/she learns how to abuse. This book shows how the parents deal with this problem and teach Floyd that he should help and support others instead of using bad words and should not say everything that the outside world or tv shows. The book was a short one but it was quite impactful with a great deep meaning of how the changing world can be the doom of the kid of future generations. I really like the simple word writing and the illustrations were amazing too. I suggest parents pick this book up for their kids to teach them that not everything the outside world does or says is good for them. Overall a great book with a great meaning. Loved the story. So that's it, hope you enjoyed it. See you soon. Stay Safe. #thefword #parischanel #selfhelpbooks #bookstagramfeaturesonly #booktour #bookreader #bookstagramreads #bookstagrammers #booksofinstagram #bookrecommendations #readersofinsta #ReadTheDamnTBR #underratedbooksreadathon (at Ahmedabad, India) https://www.instagram.com/p/COyWZP9LQqK/?igshid=11sh26ogngcem
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