January Wrap Up


I read so many amazing books this month, it makes me so happy. I hope the year continues the same way. Here are the books I read and guess what, I already have 2 books that will make it to the best reads this year 🙂

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  • Carnegie’s Maid by Marie Benedict: A romantic take on the personal life of Andrew Carnegie, world’s first philanthropist. Review here 🙂
  • The Night Child by Anna Quinn: The powers of the mind and how it tries to keep us safe from all the trauma. Review here 🙂
  • The Other Side of Everything by Lauren Doyle Owens: Murder Mystery. Review here 🙂
  • New York Station by Lawrence Dudley: A spy thriller. Review here🙂
  • The Immortalist by Chloe Benjamin: A complete package, entertaining and emotional. Review here 🙂
  • Two on a Sled by A.J Lloyd: Paranormal Romance, didn’t enjoy much. Review here 🙂
  • If I had to Tell it Again by Gayatri Prabhu: A sweet, touching memoir.Review here🙂
  • Men and Dreams in the Dauladhar by Kochery C. Shibu: The life and adventures of people who have been brought together by fate.Review here🙂
  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowing: Fulfilling my New Year Resolution 😛
  • The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo: Simply breathtaking. Review here🙂
  • A Horse Walks into a Bar by David Grossman: Heart touching and devastating.
  • The Ice House by Laura Lee Smith: DNF!
  • Dead Man’s Chest by Kerry Greenwood: A sweet mystery, perfect for the holidays.Review here🙂
  • A Tree with a Thousand Apples by Sanchit Gupta: A must read for all Indians.
  • The Assassination: A novel of 1984 by Vikram Kapur: Based on Indira Gandhi’s Assassination and Operation Blue Star, and the lives it has affected.

And that’s a wrap for January 2018. So many books right? Such a great start to the year. Cheers!


8 thoughts on “January Wrap Up

  1. Wow, what a fantastic start to this year, so happy for you! I hope that this is only the beginnin and that the rest of your reading year will be just as awesome 🙂


  2. Oh wow you really did manage to read so many books! I really have to say I am impressed. And there you are fulfilling New Years Resolutions already by rereading Harry Potter. I really need to read The Language of Thorns!!


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