Book Review: Born A Crime by Trevor Noah

Born A Crime by Trevor Noah is one of the most enjoyable books I’d ever gotten my hands on. I spotted it displayed at my favorite bookstore, and due to the fact that I am a Trevor Noah’s fan, I just had to grab it and make my purchase. The moment I started reading, it…

Book Review: the Goose Girl by Shannon Hale

A girl with a long name, Princess “Ani” or Anidori-Kiladra Talianna, was gifted with animal-speaking ability. She could communicate with and understand animals. Her aunt, had the same gift, and taught the girl the wonders of the gift and to appreciate it. When the aunt passed, Ani was forced by her mother to not use her…

Book Review: Stardust by Neil Gaiman

I reviewed the movie here: Stardust: Fantasy at its Best if anyone’s more into movies. Well, the book is different. I was scarred by Neil Gaiman’s the Ocean at the End of the Lane, despite reading it three times at least, and I was looking for something ‘happier.’ The main go to bookstore kept running out of Stardust,…