Thanks to Headline and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
My husband and I have this thing where if we come across something amazing, be it a movie, song, book or even a person, we call it a “Crocodile Rock”. A Crocodile Rock (named after the Elton John song obvs) is something or someone truly amazing. God tier if you will. The Count of Monte Cristo is a Crocodile Rock. Keanu Reeves is a Crocodile Rock. Mozart’s Dies Irae is a Crocodile Rock. Botticelli’s Birth of Venus is a Crocodile Rock.
Thanks to 4th Estate and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
When I was about 20% of the way through this book I thought to myself “this is one of those amazing books that gets ignored for no good reason” and seeing as it has hardly any reviews I guess I was right.
I know I haven’t updated in forever. In my defence, I am doing two Masters qualifications concurrently and I have a two year old child. My job is also insanely busy. I’ve still been reading a ton but my blogging has slipped unfortunately. Apologies all.
Thanks to Little Brown Book Group UK and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
My expectations were already pretty high for this book because contemporary South Asian diaspora stories are my jam, but if anything, this book managed to exceed them. I tend to read multiple books at once, but when I was reading this I basically did not leave my bed until I finished it.
Thanks to Bloomsbury and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
So the media hype is most definitely real with this one. Quite simply, this is a book about the lives, loves and desires of three women. Maggie, a young woman who has become a local pariah, despite being a victim of a predatory teacher. Lina, a victim of abuse trapped in a loveless marriage, who still pines over a lost love, and Sloane, an enigmatic woman from a background of privilege who has a complicated relationship with her own needs and desires.
Thanks to Penguin Books UK and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
This is a book of two parts. In Part 1, Tequila Leila, a Turkish prostitute has been murdered and thrown into a dumpster. It takes 10 minutes and 38 seconds for the last remnants of her consciousness to fade away. In this short amount of time, she reflects upon her time on this earth and those she shared her life with.
Thanks to Atlantic Books and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
This is apparently the second book in a series but there was no need for me to have had to read the first book in order to make sense of this one. Saying that, I’ll probably be checking out the first one soon because I really enjoyed the author’s writing style.
Thanks to Hot Key Books and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
This book has been getting some really rave reviews so I was more than ready to hop right onto that hype train. The story has an interesting premise, it’s a sequel to Cinderella that follows the ‘ugly’ stepsisters after the events of the original story.