Historical fiction

Catching Currents by Kari August

Sagas come in different forms. This one had its own meandering and scenic route(literally and figuratively). I must say that the author's note at the end is a must-read because it elevates the content to a different level. We begin at the late teens of our protagonists. We have multiple main characters to focus on… Continue reading Catching Currents by Kari August

Non Fiction

Once Upon a Time I Lived on Mars: Space, Exploration, and Life on Earth by Kate Greene

I was intrigued by the topic around which the book revolves. It is about a scientific study which involved people mimicking the life they would lead if they were stationed on Mars. Recently, I have come across many videos of this concept in the media and thought this would increase the information I have about… Continue reading Once Upon a Time I Lived on Mars: Space, Exploration, and Life on Earth by Kate Greene

Mystery

Death at the President’s Lodging (Sir John Appleby #1) by Michael Innes

It took me a long time to read this slim volume. It was a hectic time that I tried to squeeze this in, and it is not meant to be read in the speed that I did. I know this for a fact because there were times when I slowed down and realised I was… Continue reading Death at the President’s Lodging (Sir John Appleby #1) by Michael Innes