The Ordinary Chaos of Being Human: Tales from Many Muslim Worlds || A Book Review

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

Belzhar: What Do I Think of a Book I Bought 4 YEARS Ago? || A Book Review

Belzhar Author: Meg Wolitzer Publisher: Dutton Books for Young Readers Released: 2014 Genre: Young Adult, Fiction Pages: 266 Format: Paperback Characters: Jam Gallahue, Griffin, Marc, Sierra, Casey, … If life were fair, Jam Gallahue would still be at home in New Jersey with her sweet British boyfriend, Reeve Maxfield. She’d be watching old comedy sketches with … More Belzhar: What Do I Think of a Book I Bought 4 YEARS Ago? || A Book Review

The Surprising Power of a Good Dumpling by Wai Chim Blog Tour || Book Review

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: Reason Why POC Stories Should be Written by POC Authors || A 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

The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse: Will Leave You All Warm and Fuzzy || A Book Review

The Boy, the mole, the fox and the Horse Author: Charlie Mackesy Publisher: Ebury Press Released: October 10th, 2019 Genre: Children, Fiction Pages: 128 Format: Hardback Characters: the boy, the mole, the fox and the horse A book of hope for uncertain times. Enter the world of Charlie’s four unlikely friends, discover their story and their … More The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse: Will Leave You All Warm and Fuzzy || A Book Review

People From My Neighbourhood: I Need to Read More Japanese Micro-Fiction || A Book Review

People From My Neighbourhood (ARC) Author: Hiromi Kawakami Publisher: Granta Books Released: August 6th, 2020 Genre: Short stories Pages: 128 Format: ARC (Paperback) Take a story and shrink it. Make it tiny, so small it can fit in the palm of your hand. Carry the story with you everywhere, let it sit with you while you … More People From My Neighbourhood: I Need to Read More Japanese Micro-Fiction || A Book Review

The Girl and The Ghost: A Cute MG Book Starring A Cute (Yet Scary) Pelesit Named Pink || A Book Review

The Girl and The Ghost (ARC) Author: Hanna Alkaf Publisher: Harpercollins Released: August 4th, 2020 Genre: Middle Grade, Fiction Pages: 288 Format: e-ARC (Edelweiss) Characters: Suraya (Sooz), Jing, Pink, Mama, Pawang, … I am a dark spirit, the ghost announced grandly. I am your inheritance, your grandmother’s legacy. I am yours to command. Suraya is delighted when her … More The Girl and The Ghost: A Cute MG Book Starring A Cute (Yet Scary) Pelesit Named Pink || A Book Review