As is the case with Advanced Review Copies (ARC) I’d like to state that I was approached by the author of the book to read and review his book and a copy of the book in paperback format was provided to me by the author. I’d also like to state that, My review has in no way been influenced by this generosity by the author.
Continue reading ARC REVIEW!! Teenage Diaries : the Days That Were – by Saurabh Sharma
As many of you may know that I’m taking a hiatus from Blogging, social networking and basically any book reading for a couple of months , But before I took this hiatus I did recieve a paperback of this book from the author in return of a Review and being a man of my word , Here I am doing a review , which is to be considered as my Last review until December . Continue reading ARC Review : Let the Game Begin ! – by Sandeep Sharma
I was approached on Goodreads to review this book and later provided with a copy for an unbiased review. So Thank you to the Author for the kind opportunity and I hope I can give you my unbiased opinion.
Continue reading Today’s Menu : Special Biryani ! ARC Review – The Yorkshire Biryani by Vikram Venkataraghavan
Let me start by saying Thank you to Mr. Barry Finlay and Book Tasters from twitter for allowing me an opportunity to read this book in return of an Honest review . Now here’s the Promised Honest Review . Continue reading ARC review of A Perilous Question by Barry Finlay
Teaser Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Books And A Beat
Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!
For this weeks Teaser I have picked up A Perilous Question by Barry Finlay.
now without further delay
The first four sheets bore similar information, but the photos were wrong. The height or weight recorded was also slightly different than the dead girl’s. Notes had been made on each entry that the person had a limp. Baker reached the last one and froze in disbelief. The face of the dead girl leaped off the page. He was sure it was the same girl – at least, there was a striking similarity between the victim now lying in the morgue and the girl staring back at him from the page. The image had been cropped from a larger photo. Baker read the description twice, absorbing the information.
-A Perilous Question (Kindle Locations 1944-1948).
Sadly I haven’t started reading this book yet because I am still enjoying Memories of Ice and I know I have been reading this book for weeks, or maybe months, now but what can I say I have never set myself a time limit and frankly I know for sure I never will , and when I am burdened with work and study for my post graduation the reading does get slow sometimes
That said I was kindly provided with a free copy of A Perilous question by the author himself on twitter courtesy of the wonderful people at @booktasters and I expect to start the book sometime around this week and will follow it up later with a review . Meanwhile while recieving this book there were 6 reviews on amazon all positive with 4 people going with 5 stars and 2 with 4 stars so really hyped up for this
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