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Horrorstör by Grady Hendrix

Working retail just got a whole lot scarier.

This horror story is a really fun read for fans of the genre and adult reluctant readers. The physical book looks like a catalog from a fictional furniture store called Orsk. 189 more words


Rustom and the last storyteller of Almora by Gaurav Parab

I received Gaurav Parab’s Rustom and the last storyteller of Almora as a review copy from Hachette India and would like to thank them for the same. 330 more words

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An Interview with Katie O'Rourke, Author of A Long Thaw

This is the second book I’ve read by Katie O’Rourke, and it reminded me a lot of her first novel, Monsoon Season. Both books are compulsively readable, and more complex than you expect. 830 more words

Contemporary Fiction


The city of joy, Kolkata, has always remained special for me. First, I am a Bengali, secondly, I shall always remain so. The Ganges, the Maidan, the lazy tram rides, the fish curry, the Mughlai Paratha, Egg Roll and the dhakis in the puja pandals have always held a special corner in my heart. 363 more words


Under The Stars ~ Contemporary #Romance revolving round #Astrology @BrookCottageBks @LinnBHalton #RBRT

  • Author: Linn B Halton
  • ARC Review
  • Category: Contemporary, Romance

For twenty-one years, the focus of Katherine Dale’s life has been her work. Love interests and hobbies came and went, but what has always been there for her—her only constant other than her cat delightfully named No.

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Contemporary Fiction

The Best Books of 2015, Pt. 1: Jonathan Lethem

Jonathan Lethem, the Brooklyn novelist and essayist, first came to prominence with a sequence of novels that strained at the conventions of sci-fi and detective fiction: … 323 more words


Blog Tour Day 9: Unabridged Andra Blog

It’s day 9 of my blog tour…YEAH!  It’s been so much fun.

Today, I’m being hosted by Unabridged Andra.  She has a cute site.  Stop by and check it out.   48 more words

Generational Curse