5 Books to Reread in 2018

"...the reader who plucks a book from her shelf only once is as deprived as the listener who, after attending a single performance of a Beethoven symphony, never hears it again." Welcome to another post Friends ūüėä Today will dive into 5 books that need to be reread¬†in¬†2018. As much as I love new books … Continue reading 5 Books to Reread in 2018

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Recent Reads, Updates and Currently Reading ( Mini- Book Reviews)

Hello Friends, Hope you are well and positive... January has been a bit of an interesting month, reading-wise as well as my personal life. I was bogged down and felt a little uninspired so I took a 5 day no internet break to reconnect with books and my loved ones and I feel more comfortable … Continue reading Recent Reads, Updates and Currently Reading ( Mini- Book Reviews)

Days Without End by Sebastian Barry Book Review (Short Post)

Click Here for more info‚Ķ 259 pages ¬†Viking Genre:¬†Historical > Historical Fiction, Glbt,¬†War,¬†Literary Fiction ‚ÄúTime was not something then we thought of as an item that possessed an ending, but something that would go on forever, all rested and stopped in that moment. Hard to say what I mean by that. You look back at … Continue reading Days Without End by Sebastian Barry Book Review (Short Post)

5 Best Books of 2017 (Kenyan Library)

‚ÄúHope Smiles from the threshold of the year to come,¬† Whispering 'it will be happier'...‚Ä̬† We have arrived at this glorious moment¬†friends, glad you've decided to celebrate my love for these reads in today's blog post. Welcome! Before we get to the list, I would like to tell you what constitutes as my "favourite" book. … Continue reading 5 Best Books of 2017 (Kenyan Library)

Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison Book Review (more than just about race)

Click Here for more‚Ķ 337 pages Genre: Historical Fiction, Classics, Contemporary¬† "Song of Solomon" begins with one of the most arresting scenes in our century's literature: a dreamlike tableau depicting a man poised on a roof, about to fly into the air, while cloth rose petals swirl above the snow-covered ground and, in the astonished … Continue reading Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison Book Review (more than just about race)

Night Film & Before The Fall (2 mini book reviews)Mystery books are more than the plot twist

¬†‚ÄúThere are crimes of passion and crimes of logic. The boundary between them is not clearly defined.‚Ä̬† ‚Äē¬†Albert Camus Hi friends, I recently read two crime mystery books that created a unique edgy experience, especially in character study and the cinematic experience that completely absorbed me, as well as discussing certain themes. (Not that they … Continue reading Night Film & Before The Fall (2 mini book reviews)Mystery books are more than the plot twist

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick S√ľskind book review (2 min read)

Click Here for more... 272 pages Genre:¬†¬†Historical Fiction,¬†Classics,¬†Horror ‚ÄúHe succeeded in being considered totally uninteresting. People left him alone. And that was all he wanted.‚Ä̬† 18th¬†Century France, Grenouille is a man who has no human scent or body odor but is gifted with a very sharp sense of smell. He has the gift of recognizing … Continue reading Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick S√ľskind book review (2 min read)

Desperation by Stephen King Book Review // ( 2 min read )

Synopsis 690 pages Genre: Horror, Suspense, Fantasy ‚ÄúDolls with no little girls around to mind them were sort of creepy under any conditions.‚Ä̬† Tak As a constant King reader, I was looking forward to diving into his twisted mindset again, for believe it or not this was my first King book this year and immediately … Continue reading Desperation by Stephen King Book Review // ( 2 min read )

The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell book review 

Synopsis Genre: Literary Fiction, Contemporary, Fantasy ‚ÄúWe live on, as long as there are people to live on in.‚Ä̬† Blurb Following a scalding row with her mother, fifteen-year-old Holly Sykes slams the door on her old life. But Holly is no typical teenage runaway: a sensitive child once contacted by voices she knew only as … Continue reading The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell book review¬†