A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

A Christmas CarolCharles Dickens93 PagesWell, what should I say about this wonderful book?! That I absolutely loved it.. will be the use of the same boring words over and over again :)I remember Little Veens had this as one of her chapters in her school classes. Big Veens had totally forgotten about it :)! She... Continue Reading →

Sam’s Quest for the Crimson Crystal by Ben Furman

Sam's Quest for the Crimson Crystal by Ben Furman 192 pages Published on April 16, 2007 by Black Hawk Press First of all, thanks to Anna of Diary of an Eccentric for hosting a lovely giveaway where I won this book, and thanks to Ben Furman for sending me signed copy! I was really looking... Continue Reading →

King’s Fool By Maragaret Campbell Barnes

King's Fool, A Notorious King, the six wives anf the one Man who Knows their Secrets By Margaret Campbell Barnes Published By SourceBooks Landmark 290Pages. Publishing on April 1st, 2009. First of all, many thanks to Renne from ijustfinished.com to send me a book of my favorite genre, Historical Fiction ๐Ÿ™‚ to review. From the... Continue Reading →

Standoff by Sandra Brown

Tiel McCoy is a hardworking Journalist, who will do anything to get a news worth all the TRPs and get them rolling. She finally[ after great pushing from her boss] decides to go on a vacation to New Mexico. On the way she hears a news-bulletin about the kidnapping of Sabra, the daughter of a... Continue Reading →

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Steig Larsson

This book, 500 odd pages! I don't know WHY I picked it up! [ S. Krishna's review and was available at an amazing price as well ], but 500 pages, I didn't think I would be able to complete it, over this month at least. But yesterday, I slept at 4 AM. Just because I... Continue Reading →

The Little Prince by Antonie de Saint-Exupery

The Little Prince is my first graphic novel, which I picked up because I found a free eBook. I have read a graphic short story and loved it, and so I thought I would love this too.As it started off, I thought it was for kids, but then it being in the 1001 list of... Continue Reading →

Jumble Pie by Melanie Lynne Hauser

Jumble Pie is an interesting tale of friendship of two very different girls Emily and Juliet. How there friendship starts, how it grows, how it withers and how it restarts.Emily Meredith, who talked at 9 months, Longfellow Elementary School Spelling Bee Champion for three years in a row, the youngest champion, ever, then the youngest... Continue Reading →

Drinkwater by Eric Hopkins

I won Drinkwater by Eric Hopkins at MiniBookExpo. Actually I asked for 2 books, and I got one ๐Ÿ™‚ which is pretty awesome ;)! So from the back cover Drinkwater was originally an English word given to someone who abstains from drinking alcohol. As a family name it represents sobriety, dignity and self-control. Nineteen-year-old Amber... Continue Reading →

The God of Small Thing’s by Arundhati Roy

The God of Small things by Arundhati Roy is the 1997 Man Booker Prize Winner. I have taken so long to finish this book, and I would WANT to say I hate this book~! But I think I like it ๐Ÿ™‚ From the Blurb -In her first novel, award-winning Indian screenwriter Arundhati Roy conjures a... Continue Reading →

Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel

Like Water for Chocolate โ€“ A Novel in Monthly Installments with Recipes, Romances and Home Remedies is a mystical tale, that I enjoyed thoroughly. Being always greedy for good food, my taste buds never slept, after I started reading this amazing tale. It is so โ€˜fairy-talishโ€™ and yet so real. I loved Tita, and was... Continue Reading →

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