Review of The Fault In Our Stars

“The mark human leaves are too often scars.”The Fault in our Stars, John Green Novel: The Fault in our Stars Published in: 2012 Genre: Young Adult Author: John Green Synopsis: Hazel Grace of seventeen year old was affected by thyroid cancer which has now turned into her lungs and the girl knew that it would…… Continue reading Review of The Fault In Our Stars

Review of Persuasion

She was so ashamed of herself. And it required a long application of solitude and reflection to recover her.Persuasion, Jane Austen Novel: Persuasion Published in: 1818 Genre: Classic Author: Jane Austen Synopsis: Anne Elliott of Kellynch Hall is the second of the three daughters of Sir Walter. Anne Elliott was close to Lady Russell who…… Continue reading Review of Persuasion

Sydney Alexis on The Daughter Of Dawn

Bookish Refreshment is back with another author! Sydney Alexis is a Fantasy novel writer whom we would like to introduce you today. Her hard work for her book by writing, editing and publishing all alone when she just turned 18 years is highly admirable. She declares that if someone works hard for something then they…… Continue reading Sydney Alexis on The Daughter Of Dawn

Review of The Cuckoo’s Calling

A lie would have no sense unless the truth were felt as dangerousThe Cuckoo’s Calling, Robert Galbraith Novel: The Cuckoo’s Calling Published in: 2013 Genre: Crime Fiction Author: Robert Galbraith (J. K. Rowling) Synopsis: The story starts with the death of the famous model Lula Landry who jumped out from the Mayfair balcony. She lived…… Continue reading Review of The Cuckoo’s Calling

10 Of My Favourite Feelings

Bookish Refreshment is back with another post. Firstly, I would like to thank XANDRIA who is the creator of this and by her suggestion Bookish Refreshment tried it. This tag is an awesome idea for the bloggers to get in touch with and a big shoutout to XANDRIA please go and check her page out.…… Continue reading 10 Of My Favourite Feelings

Zeba Ali on Beyond Our Melancholy

Dream catcher. It catches your bad dreams but Fazal Bashir never wanted one. Having taste the fruits of success quite early for his age, the billionaire Fazal Bashir is intrigued by the veiled lady of his dreams who always begs for his help to save her. As it is proved, people close to god are…… Continue reading Zeba Ali on Beyond Our Melancholy

Review of Wuthering Heights

Treachery and violence are spears pointed at both ends, they wound those who resort to them worse than their enemies. Novel: Wuthering Heights Published in: 1847 Genre: Gothic Author: Emily Bronte Summary: Mr. Lockwood, the narrator of Wuthering Heights rents Thrushcross. Finding his landlord Mr. Heathcliff (the current owner of the Wuthering Heights) and the…… Continue reading Review of Wuthering Heights