Trilogy Review: Red Rising

The Red Rising trilogy has everything one would want in a science fiction book and more. The epic world-building, the eccentric character arcs, and the emotional dilemmas of a flawed protagonist make it an intense read. It is set in a futuristic world where the entire solar system has been colonized and run by a color-coded society, achieved by genetic and surgical manipulation of humans. There are fourteen levels of the color-coded caste hierarchy; Golds are the most elite, ruling over the rest of the humanity and Reds are at the lowest level, forced to do menial work. The protagonist, Darrow, is a Red whose mission is to infiltrate the ranks of the Golds to destroy them from within. Continue reading Trilogy Review: Red Rising


Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 Books that need a Prequel

Top 5 Tuesdays, something I look forward to each week! Although I haven’t been able to do these post consistently for the past two months because college ate, literally gobbled up all of my freaking time.

So finally, my finals are over and I can have a normal existence. By which I mean I can devote a considerable amount of time reading books and writing blog posts.

Therefore, a top 5 Tuesday post! Today we are counting down Top 5 Books that need a Prequel. Also, Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shannah over at Biconic Book Worm. She is the one of the most positive on the blogosphere, so if you haven’t checked out her blog yet, head over there. Also, the topics for April are here! Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 Books that need a Prequel

September Quote of the month

More like September quoteS of the month.

Katy from the Lux series was such a relateable character. Her love of books was so great to read about which occured in various outbrusts throughout the book. Also, she had a book blog, which I did not have at the time I was reading the book, still it sounded so cool.

The entire series was so awesome! 😀

So, I compiled a list of lines/ quotes from her that took #relateable to the next level for me. 😀

“I was always able to lose myself in reading. Books were a necessary escape I always gladly jumped into headfirst.”
― Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian Continue reading September Quote of the month

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Book Review: Dark Matter

This book is not just science fiction. It has science fiction, an element of thriller, lots of action, and plethora of emotional scenes. And though the romance is not a strong front, it is certainly there. More like the desperation of a man to keep his family- his life together. There are certain points in the books where the emotional and or plot twists scenes that are too deep, when I had to stop reading and take a breath. Continue reading Book Review: Dark Matter