Fearless by Marianne Curley

This book was sent to me by Bloomsbury India in exchange of an honest review Finally, I received a fantasy novel to drool over after what seemed like ages! I polished it off in a day almost two months ago and am suitably contrite to be writing a review only now. Young adult novels normally do not appeal to me now as much as they did when I was a YA myself, but there are always exceptions like this one. This is a fun plot with angels, fallen angels and even a cameo by God, and, I must say, even … Continue reading Fearless by Marianne Curley

The Queen of the Tearling – Erika Johanssen

  This book was provided to me by Random House India in lieu of an honest review I received this book courtesy of Random House India and promptly fell in love with the cover. What at first look appears to be a metallic crown on a cushion is actually a bear trap on a cushion. The image immediately conveys to the reader that the ‘Queen’ we are going to get acquainted with does not have an easy road ahead of her and is probably surrounded by people averse to her continued good health. I find that a good cover usually … Continue reading The Queen of the Tearling – Erika Johanssen

The Spooks’s Revenge – Joseph Delaney

This book was provided to me courtesy of Random House India for review purposes. As always, lets discuss covers first. If I saw this cover in a ┬ástore, I would never buy the book, but I am sure my brother would. However, if it were the original diary -like covers, I would have swooped down on them in no time. The book also contained some really nice black and white illustrations at the beginning of every chapter, adding another whimsical touch to the reading. I am not sure about the correct way to classify this book. Would it be plain … Continue reading The Spooks’s Revenge – Joseph Delaney