Scroll down for the list of books/movies that have been reviewed.
If you’re looking to be entertained please continue on to read my reviews aka rants aka rambles about certain books and movies. They’re done in my own layman style. Most of the movies I rant about will be Indian movies. This is mainly because I prefer watching Tamil, Hindi, Telugu movies to English, Korean, Japanese. There is only one reason for this: Indian movies have a longer runtime (easily an hour and a half longer) and I like doing nothing but sit back and enjoy a good story for an extended period of time.
I have to warn you though, my rants are in no way professional and have many spoilers. I don’t hate on a story as long as it’s trying to share an idea that I think could work in our society or should be encouraged to work in our society. I don’t usually complain about the unrealistic nature unless it’s really roll-my-eyes unrealistic and it doesn’t sync with the story that’s being told – like an unlikely character trait. I gloss over a lot of things because I’m not reading/watching to critic things, I’m reading and watching for my own enjoyment. So there might be a lot of mistakes in a story that I’ll let pass. But if I really dislike the story, every little thing will annoy me.
Please also note, I do not hate any actors/actresses. If I do hate someone, it's the character they play.
My reviews/rants/rambles, are usually my main concerns regarding the story I read or watch. They are not all negative though for there are so many good books and movies out there!
All in all, my reviews/rants/rambles are from my heart, fuelled by emotions and highly unobjective. They are absolutely not the general consensus but are simply my opinions as a layman, so if you get triggered….
Here is my list of books/movies reviewed so far & upcoming ones in no order:
(as of 22 July 2018)
Marissa Meyer – Cinder
Teo You Yenn – This Is What Inequality Looks Like
Gris Grimly – Frankenstein
Trevor Noah – Born A Crime
Johnathon Luna & Sara Vaughn – Alex + Ada (#1,#2,#3)
Art Spiegelman – The Complete Maus
Neil Gaiman – The Ocean At The End Of The Lane
James O Barr – The Crow
Matt Haig – The Humans
Taylor Jenkins Reid – Maybe In Another Life
Noelle Stevenson – Nimona
Mariko Tamaki, Jillian Tamaki – This One Summer
Vera Brosgol – Anya’s Ghost
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Dear Ijeawele, A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions
A.S. King – Everybody Sees The Ants
Morgan Matson – Since You’ve Been Gone
Sharon Creech – Love That Dog
Stephen Collins – The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil
Vivek Shanbhag – Ghachar Ghochar
Joanna Karpowicz – Anubis
Penguin Modern Classics – #39 Letter To My Mother (Georges Simenon), #14 Investigations Of A Dog (Franz Kafka), #17 Create Dangerously (Albert Camus), #43 Of Dogs And Walls (Yūko Tsushima), #23 The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle The Master’s House (Audre Lorde), #47 Fame (Andy Warhol), #50 Why I Am Not Going To Buy A Computer (Wendell Berry), #07 Notes On Nationalism (George Orwell)
R.J Palacio – Wonder
Julie Buxbaum – What To Say Next
Sandy Hall – A Little Something Different
Nagata Kabi – My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness I, My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness II
Hiro Arikawa – The Travelling Cat Chronicles
Thanhha Lai – Inside Out and Back Again
George Orwell – Animal Farm
Nuraliah Norasid – The Gatekeeper
Angie Thomas – The Hate You Give
Benjamin Alire Sáenz – Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets Of The Universe
Becky Albertali – The Upside of Unrequited
Durjoy Datta & Maanvi Ahuja – Of course I love you until I find someone else better
Ravinder Singh – I too had a love story