February’s Books

This past month was not the best in terms of reading. I read less books in a whole month than in the last 10 days of January. On top of that, I challenged myself to read a few books in Spanish, some in Romanian and some in English which made reading interesting enough. With thatContinue reading “February’s Books”

The books of January

January has been a long month, or so it seems. I managed to read ten books, but am sure this is a one off. Am still contemplating on how I managed to read that much… I have read six thrillers towards the end of the month, because when I get swept in the psychological dramaContinue reading “The books of January”

Gender Fraud-a fiction raises some questions

She had to – What? Behave appropriately. Speak appropriately. Say nice shit or keep her mouth shut. Gender Fraud “Essentially, nearly all people are born with physical characteristics that are labelled male or female. ” states Office of National Statistics in the UK. WHO defines gender as based on socially constructed features. Gender Identity FraudContinue reading “Gender Fraud-a fiction raises some questions”

Could an App change our views of the world?

The ReGender App by Jass Richards might answer that question Could an App change the way you see the world or maybe just confirm some of your doubts? Well Rev and Dylan are about to find out. Starting reading the book I had no idea how things are going to turn out. But must admitContinue reading “Could an App change our views of the world?”

Book of the year

This is exactly what happens when you are misunderstood, when all your genius and talent are shoved under the carpet by the society.I wept and not because I knew how this was going to end(I have the 6th sense) , but because of the unfairness of it all. How everything in this society is soContinue reading “Book of the year”

What was the last book you read?

What was the last book you read? For me, it was Plague of Corruption:Restoring Faith in the Promise of Science by Dr Judy Mikovits and Kent Heckenlively. After watching the short interview that has been removed from YouTube, Plandemic, I decided to read the book to see the whole picture. Yes, I know at timesContinue reading “What was the last book you read?”

Impact By Peg Tittle- a book with an impact

After reading It Wasn’t enough by Peg Tittle, when I got Impact I had a bit of an idea of the writing style, but the subject was far more tragic, far more gruesome. So after finishing it, I had two days to think about this review. How do you start reviewing a book that dealsContinue reading “Impact By Peg Tittle- a book with an impact”

It Wasn’t enough -a book worth considering

Do you like books that make you analyse and question things? I truly do and for that reasonI want to thank Peg Tittle for giving me the opportunity to read and review her latest release It Wasn’t enough, a powerful and introspective dystopia, that depicts a kind of apocalyptic world without women.  First of all,Continue reading “It Wasn’t enough -a book worth considering”

American Dirt- a story worth reading

I know that half of the world right now is in complete confusion,anxiety and fear. And we are in need for happy stories, but let me tell you this, American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins is a book that will change you. I read American Dirt at the beginning of lockdown, when fear was at itsContinue reading “American Dirt- a story worth reading”

Another good book on a great topic

We live in a society that celebrates freedom of speech, though when you express your opinions you are blamed, criticized, you are the elephant in the room. But you know what? Instead of being quiet and silently dissaproving things that happen around you, why not address them. Therefore, let’s talk about subjects people don’t likeContinue reading “Another good book on a great topic”