Award Winners · comic · Non-Fiction

Broken ( in the best possible way)

“Becoming your own friend means taking care of yourself the way you would someone that you love. And that’s hard. But it is necessary.”― Jenny Lawson Why I’m Reading this Book? This is my third attempt in reading award winning books (Goodreads choice award winners for 2021), which so far was fruitless with Beautiful world where… Continue reading Broken ( in the best possible way)

Award Winners · fiction · Horror

The Final Girl Support Group

“Sometimes you need the money more than you need to live with yourself.”― Grady Hendrix Why I’m Reading this Book? This book is the Goodreads Choice Awards winner in Horror category. Other award winning book I read was beautiful-world-where-are-you and it was a total bust. But I still naively believe that there must be something in these books… Continue reading The Final Girl Support Group

Award Winners · fiction

Beautiful World, Where Are You

““That's the thing about work, if it was any good you'd do it for free.””― Sally Rooney Why I’m Reading this Book? This book is the Goodreads Choice Awards winner in Fiction category. Last year Midnight library was the winner and I liked it, so I thought to end the year with an award winning book.… Continue reading Beautiful World, Where Are You

Classic · fiction · Small Book

The Five People You Meet in Heaven

“All endings are also beginnings. We just don't know it at the time.”― Mitch Albom Why I’m Reading this Book? This is another book from the list I’m following, . It did seem interesting as it’s talking about life after death, also it was a small book, so I started... Synopsis Story of Eddie, who is maintenance… Continue reading The Five People You Meet in Heaven

Cultural · fiction · Graphic Novel · Library Challenge · Small Book

The Arrival

― Shaun Tan Why I’m Reading this Book? I’m reading this book as part of my Omaha public library challenge for 2021 under the ‘about Refugees or the Immigrant Experience’ category.  Synopsis This book is without words. An immigrant story is told in pictures. But story is so poignant that words really don’t feel necessary. My Review…… Continue reading The Arrival