Rating: 4⭐/5 Set in 1960s Sydney, King's Cross, the birthplace of annual Sydney Mardi Gras Parade, The Jacaranda House is a story about motherhood. The theme touches upon each character delicately and is intricately spun to tell an entertaining story. Polly Manaia, an exotic dancer at one of the clubs at King's cross, is desperate … Continue reading The Jacaranda House by Deborah Challinor
When Rain turns to Snow by Jane Godwin is a YA contemporary that revolves around two families that harbours secrets from their children. The story is set in Melbourne which evoked familiarity in me. In an effort to find out the truth, one of the kids, Reed Lister, sets out into the world with no … Continue reading When Rain turns to Snow by Jane Godwin : A book review!
I loved Jessie Burton's writing style in "The Muse" and "The miniaturist" has made me fall in love with the way she writes. It is formal yet poetic. The miniaturist's best part is how engaging it is. It keeps the reader hooked till the end and is highly unpredictable. The worst part about the book … Continue reading Miniaturist by Jessie Burton: A book review!
Cobalt blue is a story of love revolving around the themes of homosexuality, the associated secrecy in India, masculinity and its fragility, longing and heartbreak. The story is centered around a paying guest who enters a Marathi family and overturns the lives of Tanay and his sister, Anuja, at the same time. The guest is … Continue reading Cobalt blue by Sachin Kundalkar: Book review
Are you as Queer as I am?
An amazing YA novel after a long time.