Tuesday, December 3, 2019

#PratsReads Reading Wrap up : November 2019

So, I am once again trying to do a wrap up of my reading adventures on a monthly basis. This will cover all books that I have not reviewed in detail ( and might never do ) or ones I re-read and I have any new thoughts on the same. So here is the list for Nov 2019 [ Review posts from the blog linked ] - 



People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks - Historical fiction | 5 star | Story of a Jew Prayer manuscript passed and saved from destruction over centuries.

You beneath Your Skin by Damyanti Biswas - Indian thriller | 4 star | story of an investigation into a series of murders in Delhi involving a psychologist and a police officer and their families. 

The treasure syndicate by Jatin - Indian mythological thriller | 4 star | A group of five men seeking a treasure buried centuries ago for using it for the benefit of society. 

The Blossom Twins by Carol Wyer - Thriller | 4 star | Detective Natalie Ward series (book#5 ) | A case from the past gets linked to the present and it complicates a lot of things for Natalie. 

The Speaking Stone by Ratnadip Acharya - Indian historical thriller | 4 star | A couple in present times searching the truth about a couple in the past , bound by a stone figurine. 

Mixture is the new secret by Anusha Sridharan - 5 star | a small Poetry collection coupled with some lovely pictures. 

Marked Men series [books 2-6 ] by Jay Crownover - Adult romance | 3.5-4 stars for various books | Stories of a group of tattoo artists & friends and their search for love and meaning in their life. 

Apart from reading these lovey books,  I finished writing and published two kindle books of my own - The Muse ( a short fiction ) and Mosaic ( poetry collection ) [ Linked to amazon page of the books ]


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