City of Bones by Cassandra Clare: Review + Discussion | Shadowhunter Chronicles #1

Heyo! Guess who’s re-reading the same books instead of picking up new ones that are staring at her from her TBR pile? Uhhhhh. Don’t look at me. Okay, fine. Guilty as charged. Honestly, 2018 has been the year of re-reading some favourites and it has been blissful. I’m getting a whole new perspective on these stories, so many things I’d missed out, so many things I’d forgotten.

Early this year, I’d made a decision to re-read the entire Shadowhunter Chronicles by Cassandra Clare in wait for Queen of Air and Darkness which is one of my most anticipated books of this year! When I read it for the first time, I was only in the sixth grade and I’d started from the Infernal Devices; reading is in chronological order rather than the order it was published it. I read the events in the way they happened, not in the way they were meant to be read. So, this time I decided to read them in the order that they were published, starting with City of Bones from The Mortal Instruments. And while I was at it, I thought I would record my journey and thoughts on here. Not that anyone cares.

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never letting go of ‘do what you gotta do’

Heyo! Today, I’m going to be reviewing, or rather just discussing, my thoughts and emotions on The_Blonde‘s series ‘do what you gotta do‘ (or more commonly known as the art thief fic), which is available to read on ao3, and is essentially a two-part fanfiction not named after Kanye’s infamous ‘famous’ but rather on the original- Nina Simone’s ‘Do What You Gotta Do’. The name of the two stories are “i can’t blame you much (for wanting to be free)” and “the part of you they’ll never see (is the part you’ve shown to me)“, which are controversially longer than usual book titles; however, these were also the reason I first fell in love with the story.

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BookTubeAThon 2017 TBR

Hey guys!! So, BookTubeAThon is just around the corner; literally, it’s in a few hours, and I have finally decided that I am going to participate even though it’s going to be a crazy week with school assignments and tests. If you don’t know what this event is, BookTubeAThon is an annual week long readathon running from July 24th to July 30th (also tbr stands for ‘to be read’ in case y’all didn’t know).

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The SIMS Book Tag!

Hey guys! So, I saw this tag on JesseTheReader’s channel and I was completely sold. (By the way, if you are not subscribed to Jesse already, GO SUBSCRIBE HE IS AWESOME!) I did not know the SIMS existed until some time ago when I started watching Dan and Phil’s SIM series. I still don’t play it but I LOVE WATCHING OTHER PEOPLE PLAY IT! Seriously, I could and have watched those videos all day long…

I am pretty sure I would stop doing any work whatsoever if I actually start playing it myself

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A Crazy Kind of Love by Megha Rao: Review

Hello, guys! Today I am going to review my thoughts and feels on a very cute, cliché book called A Crazy Kind of Love by Megha Rao. (Sorry, I don’t know how but this book does not have a GoodReads link currently)

I have been on this Indian author binge lately because I was shamed a lot by my parents for reading more books by Indian authors, what with me being Indian and all. So, I read this book. I won it in a giveaway coincidentally, which was hosted by Penguin India, so I would also like to thank them!Read More »

Top Ten Tuesday #3

Hello reader buddies! I am coming back with a tag that I haven’t done in a very long time and the topic for this one is just so much fun! Back to School.

No seriously I’m so excited for school

Um, so being in India, school started for me in July so technically I should not be doing this right now but WHO CARES.

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Simon VS The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli: Review

Hey! Today I’m going to be reviewing and discussing my thoughts, emotions and feelings on Simon VS The Homo Sapiens Agenda by the amazing and wonderful, Becky Albertalli and I swear to god, this book is a gift to us all.

Seriously, I am so in love with this book and almost every part of it.

This is a book which I would recommend everyone to read, for the information and message if not for the immense amount of happiness that it will give you. Trust me, it is not just a very fun read, it is also pretty monumental! Read More »

Thoughts while reading Harry Potter and The Cursed Child by J K Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne

Hi! Today I am gonna be discussing my thoughts on this magical, fantastic and surprising piece of literature which has hit our planet like an asteroid.

Seriously, it has taken over the internet.

Yes, you guessed it. I, like every other reviewer this month, am coming to you with a discussion of  Harry Potter and The Cursed Child by J K Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne. Wow, I just realized that all 3 names start with J.

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Zenith by Sasha Alsberg & Lindsay Cummings: Review

Hey guys! Today I am going to review Zenith by BookTube sensation, Sasha Alsberg, and Lindsay Cummings, author of The Murder Complex series and I think it is taking over my world. You have literally no idea how obsessed and impressed I am with it! It is the first book in The Androma Saga. First, I was super proud of Sasha to publish a book because I have been watching her channel for years and I have seen her grow so much, and as a viewer and fan, I just wanted to congratulate her. This book is a Sci-fi/Fantasy type and it is incredibly fast paced and well- written. I gave it a 5 out of 5 stars.Read More »