Review – Everyday by David Leviathan

Another day by David Levithan Published: August 25th 2015 by Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers Genre: Fiction, Young adult, Romance, contemporary Pages: 330 Another day is the sequel to Every day, which you may have heard of. It was so loved and adored that the audience practically demanded this follow up! And here … Continue reading Review – Everyday by David Leviathan

Review – Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell Published: February 26th 2013 by St. Martin's Press Genre: Fiction, Young adult Pages: 328 This is the story about two teenage outsiders slowly discovering a common place where they belong - with each other. It is so beautifully written, with fragile and very slow movements, and some very short … Continue reading Review – Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

Review – The invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

The invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick Published: March 2007 by Scholastic Pres Genre: Fantasy, Fiction, Young adult Pages: 525 The story begins with a boy struggling to get by and find his place in the world in 1930’s Paris and turns into a beautiful scavenger hunt for both him and the reader. Flying … Continue reading Review – The invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

Review – The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

The graveyard book by Neil gaiman Published: September 30th 2008 by HarperCollins Genre: Fantasy, Fiction, Young adult, Horror Pages: 307 The brilliance in Neil Gaiman’s stories lie in his ability to create a world unlike any other. He takes you to a place you have never been before and he shows you around slowly and … Continue reading Review – The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

Review – GUT by Giulia Enders

Gut:The Inside Story of Our Body’s Most Underrated Organ By Giulia Enders, Jill Enders (Illustrator) Published April 10th 2015 by Greystone Books Genre: Non Fiction, Science, Health, Medicine Pages: 276 Click to view on amazon I first saw Giulia Enders on a talk show and I found her extremely charming. How she spoke and her passion … Continue reading Review – GUT by Giulia Enders

Review – Sapiens and Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari

Sapiens: A brief history of human kind & Homo Deus; A brief history of tomorrow by Yuval Noah Harari Genre: Non Fiction, History, Science, Anthropology, Philosophy Click picture to buy “I was here”... Isn’t that what we all want to say? Leave our mark on this world, isn’t that what we all want to do? … Continue reading Review – Sapiens and Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari

Review – Hit Makers by Derek Thompson

Hit Makers: The science of popularity in the age of distraction by Derek Thompson Published: February 7th 2017 by Penguin Press Genre: Science, popular science, non-fiction, sociology, economics Pages: 352 “The evolutionary explanation for the exposure effect is simple: if you recognize an animal or plant, then it hasn’t killed you yet.” I’m sure I … Continue reading Review – Hit Makers by Derek Thompson

Review – Murder on the orient express by Agatha Christie

Murder on the orient express by Agatha Christie Published:  First published 1926 Genre: Fiction, Crime, mystery, classic Pages: 240 Agatha Christie is undoubtedly one of, if not THE best crime writer of all time. Even to the millennials such as I am familiar with her stories, having never read them before, because they are replicated, … Continue reading Review – Murder on the orient express by Agatha Christie

Review – Adnan’s story by Rabia Chaudry

Adnan’s story by Rabia Chaudry Published:  first published June 7th 2016 Genre: Non-fiction, true crime, mystery Pages: 410 You may have heard of Adnan before, through the podcast serial or otherwise. In 1999 Adnan was a 19 year old high school student. Adnans ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee was found strangled and the year after he … Continue reading Review – Adnan’s story by Rabia Chaudry