In a world where only louder, stronger voices can be heard. Can an old woman manage to voice out her concerns? Are some concerns more important than others? Read my review of a fascinating literary novel by a Nobel prize winning Polish author Olga Tokarczuk.
The face is a person’s identity, what if that face becomes an object of ridicule and bias? Read my review of an excellent middle-grade novel: Wonder by R.J.Palacio. Different doesn’t mean undeserving.
Gay also means happy. People forget this outdated meaning but it exists nevertheless. Read my review of this happy and sweet bl story inspired by the Seven Days manga.
Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction and what if you are more comfortable with the strange than the real? How real is what you think is real? Read my review of a science fiction novel that redefines strange. Annihilation by Jeff Vandermeer.
How hard will you fight to stay afloat when you are at the lowest rung of society and are treated as an expendable? Read my review of a breezy YA fantasy novel, The Unblessed Child, the story of Aardriyah, by R J Kaldanis.
The Rage of Dragons – Book review of a story that’s more the rage of a warrior than the rage of dragons
What happens when a single man’s plan for vengeance is caught up in a complicated web of political wars? Read my review of The Rage of Dragons, an adult fantasy novel by Evan Winter.
How just is the law of the land? How far can one go for justice and retribution? Read my review of Confessions a twisted tale of revenge by Kanae Minato.