March 2018 Wrap Up
I am updating here after a long long time. My University exams start in a week and I had kept March free from all those tempting books because I had to prepare for the exam. However I managed to read 2 books in the early week of March. The 2 books that I read are :
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
I really really wish that we could have this book as a part of our syllabus in school. Growing up an introvert is not really easy. Even when I wanted to have lots of friends I could not manage to cope up with the group demands and I ended up having just one close friend at the end of my school life (after 5 years, that person is still my best friend today). I oh so wish that I had read this book when I was 15 or 16 because Charlie (our protagonist here) told me through his letters in the book that it is all okay to be who I am. It is okay to be the way I am and not to worry about how others feel. This book is so relatable that I wish every 15 year olds read this.
Aqson Level 1 by Sreejib
This new author brings an interesting twist to mythology and fantasy and politics in her book. Though I will say that the theme of playing games that involve life risks in an alternate or dystopic world is ubiquitous, I enjoyed reading this book. Read my review here
I really wish I get to read loads of books after my exams. :)