Mushaf: A Life Changing Book of Fiction

Plot In the beginning of this novel, the central plot sounds quite typical and run of the mill. An orphaned young woman who is living with her uncles and aunts who treat her just like Cinderella was treated at her home. She is filled with teenage angst, frustration and ingratitude to God. On the way…

Exit West

  In his most recent book, Hamid explores the pertinent topic of migrations from conflict and poverty stricken regions to the more developed world through a dystopic alternative reality where, as society breaks down, it causes tears in space and time allowing people to travel freely to different parts of the globe through dark “doorways”…

The Architect’s Apprentice

Established novelist, Elif Shafak has done it again with her book the Architect’s Apprentice, delicately weaving 16th century Turkish historical fact with fiction in a beautifully seamless manner, leaving us wondering how much is actually true and how much a figment of her imagination. The Architect’s apprentice is about one of the most famous architects…

Milk and Honey

Honestly, I’ve never been that much into poetry, which is why it surprised my family when I picked up a copy of this book. And I just had to. I’ve been seeing it all over Instagram and everyone, I mean everyone’s been talking about it so I wanted to see for myself what all the commotion was…

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

When I first heard that the book will be coming out, I couldn’t help but be excited. I’m a PotterHead so I was thrilled to be going back to the wizarding world but at the same time, I was a bit weary too.  I was afraid that this new book might not be as good…

Carry On

I would say that Carry On is a bit different than Rainbow’s usual style. It involves magic, vampires and of course an evil threat that needs to be eliminated. Our main character Simon Snow is the Chosen One who’s supposed to save the magical world of Mages from this threat.  If that wasn’t a tough…