Interviews

Character interview: Faye from No More Heroes by Michelle Kan

The peaceful nights are kept under the clandestine and watchful eye of young, gifted Vigilantes the world over. But a sudden rash of Vigilante deaths heralds the arrival of a new and unfamiliar enemy – one whose motive is as unclear as their identity. Someone or something seems determined to disturb the peace, and they’re…… Continue reading Character interview: Faye from No More Heroes by Michelle Kan

Reviews

Review: The Astrologer’s Daughter – Rebecca Lim

I chose to read The Astrologer’s Daughter because I was looking for a book with a multiracial main character for Asian Lit Bingo. This book promised a mix of astrology and mystery, so I was quite excited about reading it. Avicenna’s mother is missing. While juggling school, searching for her mother, and her mother’s clients,…… Continue reading Review: The Astrologer’s Daughter – Rebecca Lim

Reviews

Top 5 Wednesday – Favourite minor characters

Top 5 Wednesday is hosted by Sam from ThoughtsonTomes. It’s a weekly meme. If you want to look for the past or future topics, you can visit the Goodreads group. I’m a huge fan of minor characters, because I always want to know more about the main character and I think one can learn that…… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday – Favourite minor characters

Reviews

Review: Written in the Stars – Aisha Saeed

Written in the Stars was my first read for Asian Lit Bingo. I chose it because I’ve been meaning to read a book about an arranged marriaged and quite a few #ownvoices bloggers had recommended this one Naila’s secret relationship with her boyfriend, Saif, is uncovered and her parents take her to Pakistan. The true…… Continue reading Review: Written in the Stars – Aisha Saeed

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Review: No More Heroes – Michelle Kan

No More Heroes is a book that I only found due to Twitter. As you know, I’m co-hosting Asian Lit Bingo this month, and Michelle Kan – the author – mentioned that her book fits some of the squares. I checked it out on Amazon and realised it was just my thing! Vigilantes are being…… Continue reading Review: No More Heroes – Michelle Kan

German Diverse Books · Reviews

Review: Der falsche Inder – Abbas Khider

Der falsche Inder is written by Abbas Khider. I had heard about the author while researching for my German Diverse Books project. He was a refugee and is living in Berlin at the moment. While planning my TBR for Asian Lit Bingo, I decided to read one of his books for the Asian Refugee MC…… Continue reading Review: Der falsche Inder – Abbas Khider

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Review: Plastic Wings – C. T. Callahan

I chose to read Plastic Wings because I thought the blurb was interesting. It’s the first book of a series. Evie finds a boy in the forest: a dark angel. Years later, when she’s a teenager, she comes across these angels again. This time though, they have started to attack humans. She is torn between feeling compassion…… Continue reading Review: Plastic Wings – C. T. Callahan

Reviews

Review: The Lost Hero – Rick Riordan

I was a huge fan of the the Percy Jackson series, which was one of my first introductions to stories influenced by mythology and old religions. I’m pretty sure that I read The Lost Hero before, but it’s been a long time ago and I wasn’t certain. I’m planning to reread and read most of…… Continue reading Review: The Lost Hero – Rick Riordan