10 Kickass Heroines I Love in Fantasy and Sci-Fi
Hello readers! I had this idea of listing my favorite heroines I have come across so far and to my surprise, all of them are from fantasy and sci-fi books or maybe it’s…
Strangus Derangus (Book #1), In the Bear’s Den (Book #2) & Adventures of Little Shambu by Reena Ittyerah Puri, Savio Mascarenhas (Illustrator)
Strangus Derangus and In the Bear’s Den & Other Adventures of Little Shambu are fun, cute, and lovely illustrated children’s story of the adventures of an Indian boy and his love for animals.…
The Grabber by Nirmal Pulickal and Jehan Zachary – fantasy based on the legend of the Black Taj
The Grabber is an interesting genre mix middle-grade fantasy based on the legend of the Black Taj, with an amazing concept and plot.
Twisted Love (Twisted #1) by Ana Huang
Twisted Love is dark, twisted, and addictive romance full of tropes and drama with beautiful lines that I'm sure will melt the hearts of romance readers.
Damsel by Evelyn Skye – This YA Dragon Fantasy will Make a Much Better Movie
Damsel is enjoyable, thrilling, and adventurous YA dragon fantasy with good characters and relationships. I agree with all readers who said, this will make a much better movie. I read buddy read this…
The Widow’s Mite (Widows #2) by Allie Cresswell – heartbreaking contemporary
The Widow's Mite is bittersweet, heartwarming, and heartbreaking contemporary about bereavement, scam, and financial issues.
Murder in Melucha by Aditi Krishnakumar – middle-grade magical mystery
Murder in Melucha is entertaining, delightful and well-written middle-grade magical mystery with theme of human nature.
The Hoarder’s Widow (Widows #1) by Allie Cresswell – contemporary about compulsive hoarding
The Hoarder's Widow is a touching contemporary about compulsive hoarding and how that affects the lives of people living with the hoarder with a well-written theme and layers.
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne – best hate-to-love workplace romance
The Hating Game is entertaining, sexy, adorable, and the best hate-to-love workplace romance that I recommend to fans of this genre.
Why I didn’t like Mal in the Grisha Trilogy
I have read all books in Grishaverse, I liked every main character in each series except Mal in Grisha triology. So here is reason Why I didn't like Mal in the Grisha Trilogy.