Weekly wrap up

Weekly Wrap-up : Last, Current, Next Read

Hello Readers! I hope you all had great week. Mine was okay. I did think I have set my priorities pretty clear but sometimes it feels like whatever I do is not enough and it isn’t making anyone happy! But anyway, I did good in terms of reading blogging.

Last Week I Read-

Unwritten(The Zweeshen Chronicles #1) by Alicia J. Novo

This was beautiful, dark, intricate, steady paced and well written YA fantasy. I made mistake trying to know everything in the beginning but as I read more, I loved it. It was intricate, dark, gloomy. All twist and turns were well written. characters were flawed and they developed really well. I can’t wait to see what is going to come in next book.

Finding Home by Kate Field

This was love and heartwarming. Characters were so kind and good that made me think if there are more people like them out of book we wouldn’t have to die to experience heaven. It had Jenny Colgan’s Little Beach Street Bakery vibe.

Currently Reading-

The Matchmaker by Hélene Fermont

Marcia Bailey has it all: a passionate marriage to a rich and handsome man who is utterly devoted to her; fame and success as London’s premier matchmaker; a beautiful home in a posh neighbourhood, and fabulous holidays in exotic places.

But her perfect life turns into a nightmare overnight when a mysterious caller suddenly threatens to reveal secrets from her past she thought she had left behind forever. Who is he and what does he really want? He says he wants three million pounds to keep quiet, and she’s willing to pay. After all, she has already sacrificed so much, and perfect lives don’t come cheap.

But Marcia has a hunch her caller wants more than money from her. He wants to hurt and humiliate her. But why?

As police investigate a brutal murder in a wealthy London neighborhood, they untangle a web of lies, violence, sex and jealousy surrounding Marcia Bailey and the group of wealthy and powerful men who have secrets of their own to keep.

The Matchmaker is filled with unexpected twists and turns — and characters that will haunt you long after you’ve read the last page.

Next I’ll be Reading –

Sea of Kings by Melissa Hope

Thirteen-year-old Prince Noa has hated the ocean since the day it caused his mother’s death. But staying away from the sea isn’t easy on his tropical island home where he’s stuck trying to keep up with his dim-witted and overconfident younger brother Dagan–the brawn to Noa’s brains. When a vengeful pirate lays siege to their home, Noa and Dagan narrowly escape with their lives. Armed with a stolen ship, a haphazardly assembled crew, and a magical map that makes as much sense as slugs in a salt bath, the brothers set sail for the realm’s other kingdoms in search of help. But navigating the sea proves deadlier than Noa’s worst fears. To free his home, Noa must solve the map’s confusing charts and confront the legendary one-eyed pirate before an evil force spreads across the realm and destroys the very people Noa means to protect. 

This is Instgram tour book and I have seen some positive review for this. I can’t wait to read this middle grade adventure book.

Just in case you missed Last Week’s Posts-

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Hi, I'm Yesha, an Indian book blogger. Avid and eclectic reader who loves to read with a cup of tea. Not born reader but I don't think I’m going to stop reading books in this life. “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”


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