The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel

Heralded as THE book to read when starting your personal finance journey, The Psychology of Money is a nonfiction book on the right mindsets to adopt to make your money work for you. To say that I finally read this book is no small joy. I’d been procrastinating about doing so for far too long,Continue reading “The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel”

The Binding by Bridget Collins

Emmett Farmer’s days are spent working at his family farm, all the while striving to keep the symptoms of his illness from taking over. But when a letter comes for him, he finds himself sent off to be a binder’s apprentice. In a world where the art of binding – taking away people’s painful memoriesContinue reading “The Binding by Bridget Collins”

Dead Silence by S.A Barnes

20 years ago, the Aurora, a luxury space vessel, went missing on its maiden voyage, carrying close to 700 people on board for a tour across the space. When the team lead of a comm web maintenance mission, Claire Kovalik, finds the lost ship, she has no idea that her decisions will unearth the horrorsContinue reading “Dead Silence by S.A Barnes”

Harsha: The Fearless Warrior of Thanesar by Rajat Pillai

Rajat Pillai’s historical fiction is a portrait of Harshavardhan, a young warrior who gets thrust into a position of great responsibility well before his age. Born into a loving, royal family, Harsha doesn’t realize what it takes to lead a kingdom and keep warring forces at bay until he is forced to confront the lossContinue reading “Harsha: The Fearless Warrior of Thanesar by Rajat Pillai”

The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

When a plane crash lands in the Sahara Dessert, the pilot is left stranded without help. He soon meets the Little Prince, a peculiar persona who awakens the child-like curiosity within him. The Little Prince is one of the most hyped classic novels. I distinctly remember reading in multiple reviews that it’s not just meantContinue reading “The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry”