The Woman in Window

The Woman in the Window was by far the most advertised, spoken, praised thriller of last six months. It even has a praise by Gillian Flynn, the queen of damn-bloody-thrillers on it’s cover; AND THAT GOT ME SUPER EXCITED. I will do a quick and dirty “the good, the bad and the ugly” if you don’t mind! THE GOOD The […]

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Watch Me by Jody Gehrman

Kate is an creative writing professor in a small college and a writer. She had written a fabulous debut novel but couldn’t produce anything remarkable since that and stuck within academia, depending on a job as she cannot rely on book sales. She is recently divorced, and her only close friend is having a baby, meaning she will not see […]

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The Plot Against America

I had started Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America with high expectations. I really wanted to like this book, but I couldn’t. Maybe partly because this is a very personal story for the author, almost an alternate autobiography where I expected to find a more global and engaging story line. The novel tells the “What-If” alternate history, when in beginning […]

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