Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer – Rick Riordan

This book was sent to me by Penguin Random House India in exchange of an honest review Rick Riordan is primarily famous for his Percy Jackson books – now also a movie (or maybe two). But as true fans (like my brother) will tell you, the movie does not live up to the book. I have never read the Percy Jackson books, but I have … Continue reading Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer – Rick Riordan

Concentr8 – William Sutcliffe

This book was sent to me by Bloomsbury India in exchange of a fair and honest review A story set in a future London, with five young teenagers as the central characters. Concentr8 is a drug that was originally meant for children with ADD but with time even the the slightest act of rebelliousness or naughtiness is characterized as deviant behaviour and most children are … Continue reading Concentr8 – William Sutcliffe

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 … Continue reading The Spooks’s Revenge – Joseph Delaney

Stay Where you are and Then Leave – John Boyne

This book was provided to me courtesy of Random House India for review purposes. John Boyne is the author of the much acclaimed ‘The boy in the Striped Pajamas’, which was made into a movie a few years ago. I haven’t read that book, but I saw the movie and cried buckets over the story of a young, lonely boy and the cards that fate … Continue reading Stay Where you are and Then Leave – John Boyne