Top 5 Favorite Posts for July

Hello All!!!

This post is totally late, but still, here I am with the best 5 posts that I wrote for the month of July.

They are;

  1. Fault in Our Stars by John Green – Book Review
  2. Bollywood Invasion by Ricardo Alexander – Book Review
  3. Analyzing My Reading for 2018 (6 months)
  4. A Recent Purchase
  5. Manna City by Jeffrey Pierce – Book Review

These are my favorite 5 posts that I wrote for my blog for the month of July.

You can check them out by, simply clicking on each topic.

I have put a lot of time and effort in creating these posts. Thanking each and every one of you who read, like, and comment on my posts and encouraging me in every possible way.

As always, do not forget to share your thoughts and ideas about todays posts.

Until next post,



720 Heartbeats by Jaka Tomc – Book Review

Hello All!!!

I am here with a another wonderful book review on this beautiful Sunday.

First I would like to thank the author, Jaka Tomc for sending me a copy of the eBook in exchange for an honest review.

720 Heartbeats by Jaka Tomc



What would you do if you knew your future?

What would you do if you knew there were more of you?

Time is not linear. There is more than one reality.

Rok Kopitar is a detective, working on a drug trafficking case in Central Europe. One day, he discovers a file on his computer. A diary. It tells him the future. His future.

Knowledge is power. Or is it? (from Goodreads)


My Review

Before I start my review, I would like to ask one question from all of you. What would you do if your future self started to tell you about what I going to happen to you in the coming days???

It sounds pretty creepy doesn’t it?

This is one of those very rare books that really got me carried away and wanted to finish it off, just to see what would be the story.

Well, I was totally impressed. It was a book that gave me a wow!!! feeling.

We meet the male protagonist of the story, Rok Kopitar, a detective who is investigating on a drug trafficking case. He lives in an apartment with his partner Sara, which he finds totally impressive. His life goes on as it is, of an average guy, until one day. He finds a finds his stolen laptop back in his house. In it he finds a mysterious file, that allows him to read about his future. That puts his whole life in turmoil.

There are some important and impressive aspects that I found in this wonderful story;

  1. The setting – I just loved the Central European setting, the detective head quarters.  It mad me imagine about a busy detective office, tables filled with documents, bulletin boards with maps and photographs, the aroma of coffee etc.
  2. The Characters – Rok Kopitar, is a kind-hearted, hard-working person, and I love the way he considers and worries about his partner and best friend, Boris. He is a man of knowledge and finds it important. His partner, Sara, I think is a woman who every man would ever wish for. She is loving, kind and well understanding person, which I think makes their relationship to flourish.
  3. The story was incredible. The whole idea of this story is extraordinary.
  4. The true ability of the author, makes the reader devoted to the story. (The way I was). You really want to know, what will happen next and it keeps you glued to the book, till the end.
  5. Such an interesting and quick read, that makes me recommend this book to the whole blogosphere.


My Rating

starstarstarstarstar Tremendous, I like it very much


I hope enjoyed it!!!

Until next post,




A Book that I am reading! Do check it out!!!

Hello All!!!

I am currently reading 6 books, which is a bit too much. But I enjoy swiping them and it helps me to read all books, without getting bored. It is really exciting to know, what will happen in the next book that I have to read. You  might be wondering whether, I get confused with all the stories that I read. Well, not at all. I can remember what exactly is happening in each story.

With all this going on, I picked up one book to show the whole blogosphere. I feel that all of you should just give this book a try. Read the synopsis to get an idea.

Death in Paradise by Robert B. Parker


Paperback, 192 pages

Published May 29th 2014 by No Exit Press (first published 2001)
Genre : Mystery


Robert B. Parker is back in Paradise, where Detective Jesse Stone is looking for two things: the killer of a teenage girl—and someone, anyone, who is willing to claim the body…


usually, Mystery is not my type of genre, but I love this book so very much. It is not a massive book of thousand pages. And easy to take it anywhere that I need to read. Also The story is very exciting.

I am planning to do a review, once I am done with it. I am sure you will enjoy it as much as I did. Do check it out!

Share your thoughts and ideas about the book, in the comments below. What is your idea? Have you read it? 

Until next post,