Ants by Nikita Chinamanthur

Ants is a coming of age story that follows the events of Natasha’s life. From her insecurities to heartbreaks, sense of self to the relationship with family, the novel wades through the troubles an average teenager experiences in this world of online chatrooms & external validation. This was quite a short read, and I likedContinue reading “Ants by Nikita Chinamanthur”

Book Review — Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan

Will Grayson is overshadowed by his friend Tiny Cooper. The second Will Grayson is pining over Issac, a boy whose virtual presence is a blissful respite. Then Tiny Cooper goes and makes a play about a certain Phil Rayson which inevitably upsets Will. Simultaneously, a plan to meet Issac goes horribly wrong and upsets the other Will. Both WillContinue reading “Book Review — Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan”

Book Review — Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Twin sisters – Cather and Wren – have always stood by each other, whether it was their passion for the Simon Snow book series or coping with their family drama. But when they move to college, the sisters’ opposite personalities drive a wedge between them. Surprisingly, Cath who is not used to forming friendships easily, getsContinue reading “Book Review — Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell”

New Year Giveaway – And We Remained by Asad Ali Junaid

So I have been absent for a while and that’s not only in the blogosphere but my college attendance too is running low of what I need in order to write my finals (scary!). I am simply enjoying the weather and lazing around reading, watching tv shows. But now that this year is also goingContinue reading “New Year Giveaway – And We Remained by Asad Ali Junaid”

Book Review — Slightly Burnt by Payal Dhar

Thank you Bloomsbury India for sending me a copy of this book for review!  Slightly Burnt is a story of two childhood bestfriends living in Delhi, who’ve been together through thick and thin. Never letting the words of the aged get to them, they’ve had each other’s back through the countless follies that mark teenage.Continue reading “Book Review — Slightly Burnt by Payal Dhar”