Titles: The Many Lives and Secret Sorrows of Josephine Bonaparte, Tales of Passion, Tales of Woe and The Last Great Dance on Earth. Author: Sandra Gulland Published by Harper Collins Publishers, Inc. Backup References: Goodreads, Amazon Theme: Historical Novel Mesmerizing Trilogy. Written in the form of fictional diaries, Sandra Gulland manages to enthral the reader […]
Hello, everyone! These past month has been hectic. Been having health issues triggered by too much stress, but currently undergoing tests. How are you, all? Promise to get back on track and visit your blogs before the week ends… What did I miss?
Title: The Cuckoo’s Calling Author: Robert Galbraith aka J.K. Rowling Published by Mulholland Books/ Little, Brown and Company Hardcover, First Edition Number of Pages: 455 Backup References: Goodreads Theme: Crime Fiction First of all, let me tell you that I’ve never, ever read Harry Potter. Therefore, it’s impossible for me to actually compare J.K. Rolling’s […]
Title: Inferno Author: Dan Brown Published by Doubleday; First Edition (May 14, 2013) Hardcover Edition Number of Pages: 480 Backup References: Amazon, Goodreads Theme: Novel, Thriller Not what I expected. Inferno’s plot is a rewritten version of all previous books Dan Brown has written. His main character, Robert Langdon, has to solve one or two […]
Found it riveting and a joy to watch. Kevin Spacey’s delivery is impeccable and Robin Wright makes a solid counterpart which, IMHO, is her best performance so far. The series envisions the world of politics as many imagine it to be and portrays how politicians would like to play politics if they thought they could get […]
Title: Cabinet of Curiosities Authors: Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child Published by Grand Central Publishing Paperback Edition Number of Pages: 629 Backup References: Amazon, Goodreads Theme: Horror, Suspense Cabinet of Curiosities is the first book I read by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, but it won’t be the last. Although there is a bit of […]