Book review: ‘The love hypothesis’ by Ali Hazelwood

“I’m starting to wonder if this is what being in love is. Being okay with ripping yourself to shreds, so the other person can stay whole.” – Ali hazelwood, The love hypothesis Since its release date in September 2021, the book has been on my recommendation page on all social feeds. Before reading the book,Continue reading “Book review: ‘The love hypothesis’ by Ali Hazelwood”

Invasion of privacy as a theme of dystopian novels.

After reading a shameful amount of sci-fi/ dystopian books (probably 5), I have come to the conclusion that all of them focus on the theme – ‘Government control’ and ‘Invasion of privacy’. I’ve read the book ‘Shattered’ by Teri Terry which is the third book of the ‘Slated’ series. A girl named Kyla is inContinue reading “Invasion of privacy as a theme of dystopian novels.”

Book Review: “Behold the Dreamers” by Imbolo Mbue

Author: Imbolo Mbue Genre: Contemporary Fiction Pages: 382 About: ‘Behold the Dreamers’ takes place in New York, 2007 where Jende Jonga and his family search for a better life. Originally from Cameroon, Jende, his wife Neni and their young son experience what the ‘Great’ American Land has to offer. Clark Edwards is a senior partner atContinue reading “Book Review: “Behold the Dreamers” by Imbolo Mbue”

BOOK REVIEW: “AND THE MOUNTAINS ECHOED”

AUTHOR: Khaled Hosseini GENRE: GENERAL DRAMA PAGES: 400 ABOUT: The book is about the amazing bond of two siblings through the years. The author takes us on a journey through time. Abdullah and Pari, who live in Afghanistan, always play together until they are torn apart. We get to meet all the characters along theContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: “AND THE MOUNTAINS ECHOED””

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