Romance Back-to-Back: The Happy Ever After Playlist + If I Never Met You

Romance books has been having a resurgence in my heart. Lately, I’ve listened to two random romances I’ve discovered through my audio book subscriptions and I was quite surprised that both of them delivered!

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Review: The Ghost Bride by Yangsze Choo

This story is a mix of romance, adventure, murder mystery – with a hefty serving of family drama and lore on the side. It’s like an elaborate Asian soap opera peppered with paranormal elements and I loved every minute of it.

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Reflections: 10 Thoughts I Had While Reading Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar

These musings are way personal than I was expecting. This is how I usually write in my journal – things that are mostly disjointed it’s hard to fashion them into a decent and coherent review. I was honestly debating whether I should post this or not here but I figured, for the sake of documenting it, I can give it a shot.

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Review: Becoming by Michelle Obama

Seldom do I enjoy reading memoirs but there was something special in how Michelle was able to transform her journey into something relatable on so many levels. In a way, it’s a brilliant coming-of-age story that should be read by anyone, especially young women who are trying to find their place in this world.

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Double Review: Evil Eye + Cut and Run

I am currently discovering this whole new world of audio books and with the Audible membership that I started maintaining ever since end of last year, I’ve been finding awesome reads here and there. So here are quick reviews of two of the best audio books that I’ve had the pleasure of listening: ‘Evil Eye’ and ‘Cut and Run’.

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[READATHON] I am going on a Murakami bender!

I don’t usually read Murakami books in succession because I find it overwhelming most times. So for me to have this sudden urge, it’s quite unusual. I wanted to document it and see. It would be interesting, I think. Like an experiments of sorts – on myself.

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Review: The Secret History by Donna Tartt

The intrigue and suspense hanged heavy in the narrative, the atmosphere almost consistently ominous. There’s something about reading The Secret History that automatically transports you into Vermont, in it’s autumn glow, as if you as well is in on the group’s secret. If you are looking for a light read, this ain’t it.

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