It’s already June, how time flies right? Staying at home really got us all feel like time passes just in a blink of an eye. As you can read from the title, I’m going to share with you my top 5 reads so far in 2021 even though I’ve only read 20 books including children … More Top 5 Favourite Reads So Far in 2021
My Brilliant Life Author: Kim Ae-ran Translator: Chi-Young Kim Publisher: Forge Released: january 26th, 2021 Genre: Fiction Pages: 203 Format: Paperback Characters: Areum, Daesu, Mira, Grandpa Jang, … Ae-ran Kim’s My Brilliant Life explores family bonds and out-of-the-ordinary friendships, interweaving the past and present of a tight-knit family, finding joy and happiness in even the most … More My Brilliant Life: How It’s Like to Live with Progeria || A Book Review
I’m so excited to drop my best 9 reads in 2020. Last year, my main focus was Asian Lit and I’m intending to keep it the same this year. I read a total of 75 books, ranging from Asian Lit to children books, general fiction to non-fiction. I rated most books 3-4.5 star, hardly any … More #2020bestnine
Hey guys, happy new year! I hope you guys are doing great in 2021 so far. Here is my long awaited worst books read last year, in 2020. This is purely based on my humble opinion, I know some readers enjoy reading these books, so no hate. They’re just not for me based on few … More Worst Books I Read in 2020
The Ordinary Chaos of Being Human: Tales from Many Muslim Worlds Editor: Marguerite Richards Publisher: Penguin Random House SEA Released: 2019 Genre: Short stories Pages: 301 Format: Paperback An anthology revealing the multi-faceted experiences of people living in many Muslim worlds, which both challenges stereotypes and the responsibility to disband them. Two schoolgirls in Yemen skip … More The Ordinary Chaos of Being Human: Tales from Many Muslim Worlds || A Book Review
Hi there, it’s been a long while since I’ve posted. But I do have few posts that I have planned out for this month just to wrap up the year of 2020. Few book reviews will also be coming up this month because I need to talk more about some of the great titles I’ve … More Bookish Terms: A Guide for New Readers
Hi there, I’m so excited to be part of the blog tour for The Surprising Power of a Good Dumpling and thank you to The Book Terminal for hosting this blog tour of a super wholesome book. Also, many thanks to the publisher for providing the access to the e-ARC. Now, let’s get to the … More The Surprising Power of a Good Dumpling by Wai Chim Blog Tour || Book Review
Burnt Sugar (ARC) Author: Avni Doshi Publisher: Hamish Hamilton Released: July 30th, 2020 Genre: Fiction Pages: 128 Format: Paperback Characters: Antara, Tara, Dilip, Reza, … In her youth, Tara was wild. She abandoned her loveless marriage to join an ashram, endured a brief stint as a beggar (mostly to spite her affluent parents), and spent years chasing … More Burnt Sugar: Reason Why POC Stories Should be Written by POC Authors || A Book Review
Hello there, no one asks me this question really but I thought I would share with you briefly on my feelings about my books that are piling up and how I feel about running out of shelves space. Literally. Every single time I buy a new book, an old book needs to be taken out … More I’m Running Out of Shelves Space! Why?
At this point, I just have book buying problem guys. I have no excuse, I’m a bookaholic. Good news is this time around, I bought 7 books that are by POC (person of colour) authors I’m genuinely excited for each one of them. Let’s get into it, shall we? Rainbirds by Clarissa Goenawan I think … More BookXcess Haul Part 2: I Bought More Books! HELP!