Young Adult! Here are our favorites!

The young adult genre is quite straightforward in terms of its interpretation: books written for readers in youth. Although this genre already spans over different genre, they are still consistent with the characters' age and 'coming out of age' issues. Although most "adults" disregard Young Adult books as teenage books, we are proud readers of … Continue reading Young Adult! Here are our favorites!

Review: When Breath Becomes Air

A beautiful gut-wrenching memoir, that is bound to bring you to your knees and make you question your purpose in life, make you question its mortality – where you have come from, where you are headed to, what are your dreams and ambitions, and how do they fit in in the bigger picture which is … Continue reading Review: When Breath Becomes Air

Review: The Memory Box (Virtual “Reality”)

Virtual reality: a reality we live in! A reality we create around us. A reality we believe in. Such is the reality of the virtual world of Caroline, the main character of The memory box. Book Review Plot “Some people are great collectors of secrets. They roll around, like swine, in the muck of them. … Continue reading Review: The Memory Box (Virtual “Reality”)

Underdogs of the Literary World

The world of literature is full of characters that we love, hate, hate to love, or love to hate. Then there are characters who play brief roles (or even bigger roles, for that matter) as far as the whole plot is concerned and may have little to no influence on the outcome of the story. … Continue reading Underdogs of the Literary World

Review: Love with a Chance of Drowning (Travelogue)

Some of you probably know already from our about page that I am a travel blogger as well. I document my European weekend adventures on And there she goes again. Hence, I could not skip this opportunity to review one of my favorite travel books for the letter T for #AtoZChallenge. Book Review Book Trailer Plot Love with … Continue reading Review: Love with a Chance of Drowning (Travelogue)