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The NY Times Book Tag

The NY Times Book Tag! Check out on my new blog!

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This is my first book tag! Thanks to  Giovanna @Book Coma for tagging me!

I’m really excited to do this.

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I started this book, raved about it, and then put it down to start this other book. I really have to get back to this one and finish it. No offence, Mr. Westerfeld, but you gotta admit that the book is a little dull.

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This was definitely the best novel I’ve ever read. I don’t think this one needs any justification.

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Yes. The author I would freaking love to meet is Roald Dahl. This answer can easily be predicted to those who’ve read the posts I write ranting about him.

What would I want to ask him? Hmm, let’s see. I would ask him, “Why did you freaking have to die, Mr. Dahl? Couldn’t you have waited until I was old enough to meet you in person?” 

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Review: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

New Review up!

21853621SynopsisIn love we find out who we want to be.
In war we find out who we are.

FRANCE, 1939

In the quiet village of Carriveau, Vianne Mauriac says goodbye to her husband, Antoine, as he heads for the Front. She doesn’t believe that the Nazis will invade France…but invade they do, in droves of marching soldiers, in caravans of trucks and tanks, in planes that fill the skies and drop bombs upon the innocent. When France is overrun, Vianne is forced to take an enemy into her house, and suddenly her every move is watched; her life and her child’s life is at constant risk. Without food or money or hope, as danger escalates around her, she must make one terrible choice after another.

Vianne’s sister, Isabelle, is a rebellious eighteen-year-old girl, searching for purpose with all the reckless passion of youth. While thousands of Parisians march into the…

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Clash of Covers Wednesday: The Selection Series by Kiera Cass

New post! Clash of Covers Wednesday! Check out on my new blog!

Clash Of Covers Wednesday is a new book meme which I’ve decided to start. In this meme, I’ll be comparing the covers of the books belonging to a series and decide which one looks the best.

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This week’s series is The Selection by Kiera Cass.

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It’s no shocker this one was my favourite. I mean, all of them look almost similar. What made this one different was that combination of colours. I’m always a sucker for pink and purple. *sigh* That looks really beautiful. And I love those little de-focused purple, pink and red light dots at the background. Really adds to the effect.

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Which one do you love? Everything, or any particular one?

P.S. The Luke and Kylo Ren sketches I have used on my featured image are something I found on this cool website: artofshane.tumblr.com. It’s by this guy called Shane Richardson. He is freaking amazing…

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Memorable Monday #1 : Divergent by Veronica Roth

Memorable Monday #1 – Divergent by Veronica Roth. Check it out on my new blog!

Memorable Monday is a meme hosted by Escape in a Good Book.  I’m excited to join in on this one because I love quotes, which was the driving force behind the creation of Memorable Mondays.

So… how do you participate?  It’s simple ~

1) Share a quote that has captured your interest lately in a Memorable Monday post on your blog.

2) Come back here and leave the link to your post in the comment box below.  If you don’t have a blog, I’d still love to read your quote.  Leave it in the comment box instead of a link to a non-existent blog.  🙂

3) Visit other participants if you have time.  It’s always nice to have visitors.  There’s no overstaying your welcome this way, and they don’t have to offer the obligatory drinks.  Or clean.

4) If you tweet your posts, feel free to use the hashtag #MemorableMonday.

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ARC Review: Evan And Darcy by Melanie Coles

New ARC Review up! Check it out on my new blog: http://www.booksoverblumen.wordpress.com

e&drevSynopsisJane Austen gets a little dusty in this outback retelling of a beloved story about a man who learns that first impressions can be wrong when you’re looking for Ms Right.

Wheat farmer Evan Bennet is happy being single until his brother falls for the new girl in town, wealthy hotel owner Claire Bingley. Suddenly finding a girl seems more appealing…unless you’re talking about Claire’s best friend, pretentious lawyer Darcy Fitzwilliam. Her cold manners have Evan seeing red, and when a cute girl with links to Darcy’s past catches his eye, he’s even more determined to dislike her.

When a startling revelation turns Evan’s world upside down and he unexpectedly crosses Darcy’s path again, he’s forced to reassess his opinion of her. But just as he starts to open his heart, a crisis engulfs his family, threatening to destroy any hope of a future with Darcy.

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Crazy Confessions #1

Crazy Confessions #1: Check out on my new blog!

Hello, everyone! I hope you all are enjoying your weekend!

I have decided to start this post titled “Crazy Confessions” where I will be sharing some of the craziest stuff that happened up till now in my life.

For my first post, I’m going to share this ‘situation’ I was in, during my Physics Practical Examination this semester.

Here’s the deal: I love Physics to death. Quantum Physics is just my thing… And, well, Physics rocks. But one thing I understood through the Physics Lab this semester, is that I suck at performing experiments on light with good accuracy.

My batch was split into about eight groups with two in each one. Two groups would peform an experiment together in a period. My group had quite an amazing start as our first experiment was Diffraction Grating. Diffraction Grating was an effed up piece of crap where we had this stupid…

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