A Wrap-Up of the Netgalley Books I Read in May-June 2021

It Came From Miskatonic University: Weirdly Fantastical Tales of Campus Life by Various Authors I requested this book on Netgalley and I’m so glad I did! I lucked out when I found not one but two great anthologies on Netgalley. This one–as the name indicates–runs with a Lovecraftian theme. Different stories in it describe different…

A Wrap-Up of Reading I Did in January 2021

Live Girls by Ray Garton Live Girls is a short and fast-paced vampire adventure of a book. Don’t reach for it if you like your horror to have deep characterization or be character-driven. Because during most of the book, all the protagonist does is whine, get his blood sucked out, and use one of his female…

September 2020 — A Wrap-Up

A lot took place in September by which I mean we decided to visit the northern part of the country as part of a family vacation. Take out the time we spent traveling and we had like ten days to have fun. So, you can guess I didn’t get much reading done. What I did…

A Wrap-Up of Netgalley Reads in August 2020

Seven by Farzana Doctor A very very sad and heartbreaking account of a Bohra family that practices Female Genital Mutilation even in this age and day. Our protagonist is a married woman who has a daughter herself. She visits her family back in India after a long time. During that visit, she recovers a suppressed memory…

August 2020 — A Wrap-Up

Allegiance of Honor by Nalini Singh If you want to quickly catch-up on what happened in the book before this one, here’s my review. If you’re already up to speed, keep reading. So, this book was the most filler book of em all. All we get to see is how life is for the various couples…

July 2020 — A Wrap-Up

Ash and Quill by Rachel Caine As I review this book, the news of Rachel Caine’s passing is still fresh. I’ve loved reading her work and am sad that we won’t get to see what else she would have dazzled us with. When it comes to this installment, I think I can sum it up with…

July 2020 — Netgalley Reads

The Riddle of the Fractal Monks by Jonathan Pinnock So, this book isn’t a good choice for you if you haven’t read the previous ones in the series. That was the first thing to go wrong for me. Secondly, the main characters aren’t very nice people that you’d want to read about. The guy is spineless…