A People's History of Heaven by Mathangi Subramanian Blog Tour

A People’s History of Heaven (e-ARC) Author: Mathangi Subramanian Publisher: Algonquin Books Released: January 14th 2020 Genre: Fiction Pages: 320 Format: E-book (Paperback) Characters: Banu, Joy, Rukshana, Deepa, Padma, … In the tight-knit community known as Heaven, a ramshackle slum hidden between luxury high-rises in Bangalore, India, five girls on the cusp of womanhood forge an unbreakable bond. Muslim, … More A People's History of Heaven by Mathangi Subramanian Blog Tour

#2019bestnine

Hello and welcome to my #2019bestnine reads! Every year I am looking forward to this post (and now I’m finally doing it for 2019!). Last year (referring to 2019), I was quite picky about my 5 star reads so it was very easy to pick my top 9 reads for 2019. However, not all my … More #2019bestnine

Daylight Dialogues: A Literary Proof that I've Grown As a Reader|| A Book Review

Daylight Dialogues Author:  Charissa Ong Publisher: Penwings Publishing Released: June 1st, 2018 Genre: Poetry, Short stories Pages: 152 Format: Paperback Back by popular demand, Charissa Ong Ty’s second Poetry and Short Stories book re-explores heartbreak, deep aspirations of love, self-actualization and fictional short stories. Pushing her boundaries with more challenging technical poetry writing, she hopes her … More Daylight Dialogues: A Literary Proof that I've Grown As a Reader|| A Book Review

Kacau: It Only Gets More Disturbing || Ulasan Buku /A Book Review

Kacau Author: Ariff Adly Publisher: Buku Fixi Released: February 14th, 2014 Genre: Fiction, Horror Pages: 328 Format: Paperback Characters: Jimie, Syida, Alwanie, Amat, Fiq, Malika, … Malay Sekumpulan kawan menerima gangguan dan satu demi satu meninggal akibat permainan Spirit of the Coin semasa aktiviti ghost hunt. Mereka cuba menyelamatkan diri dan merungkai misteri di sebalik spirit yang … More Kacau: It Only Gets More Disturbing || Ulasan Buku /A Book Review

Before the Coffee Gets Cold: Was Crying Most of the Time || A Book Review

Before the coffee gets cold Author:  Toshikazu Kawaguchi, Geoffrey Trousselot (Translator) Publisher: Picador Released: September 19th, 2019 Genre: Fiction Pages: 213 Format: Paperback Characters: Kei, Nagare, Kazu, Hirai, Kohtake, … In a small back alley in Tokyo, there is a café which has been serving carefully brewed coffee for more than one hundred years. But this … More Before the Coffee Gets Cold: Was Crying Most of the Time || A Book Review

She Speaks: The Power of Women's Voices || A Book Review

She Speaks: The Power of Women’s Voices Author:  Yvette Cooper Publisher: Atlantic Books Released: November 14th, 2019 Genre: Nonfiction Pages: 256 Format: Hardback Looking at the greatest speeches of all time, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Elizabeth I and Boudica were about the only women to have dipped a toe into the pool of public … More She Speaks: The Power of Women's Voices || A Book Review