May 2018 Wrap Up
I read a hell lot of books on May and maybe this is the reason why I was on a 'wrap-up-post-writing-slump'. I don't even know what that means but that makes sense I guess. So here's my May wrap up post in late June. I read a total of 10 books and I loved reading all of them.
1. I See You by Clare Mackintosh
This is a psychological thriller. I liked it though it was progressing really slowly at the beginning. I read this as a part of Hachette's Instagram campaign for the promotion of this book and this is a great book for all thriller addicts out there. Read my review here.
2. It Was A Happy Trusting World, Then by Vilas Kale
This one is a travelogue of 3 cousins through the Middle Eastern countries and Europe undertaken in the 1960s. It gives the readers an insight about how these war torn countries were before. Read my review here.
3. The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern
This was my first book by Cecelia Ahern and I thoroughly enjoyed the book.
4. All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
My favourite book from the month. This is an incredible historical fiction and you all should read it. Just read it!
5. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J. K. Rowling
I reread this one. ;)
6. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J. K. Rowling
I reread this one too. :P
7. Obsessed by Ruchi Kokcha
Another interesting and dark psych thriller that I read in May.
8. When Broken Hearts Meet by Arushi Vats
A mundane love story. Didn't strike a chord with me at all. Read my review here.
9. The Last Straw by Ed Duncan
This is the sequel to Ed Duncan's Pigeon-Blood Red and this is a really really addictive crime thriller. Read my review here.
10. A Cage of Desire by Shuchi Singh Kalra
This is an incredible take on an Indian woman's erotic desires that she satisfies by using her alter ego. This book is really inspiring and I recommend it to everyone. Read my review here.
So this was it. Since June is also coming to an end I'll post the June wrap up soon. :P
Till then, Happy Reading!