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Aanya Mathur book review blogs, for primary and secondary school students, directly from a booklover, to help students and parents choose the right book. If you are looking forward to buying a book, and want me to review it, please submit the details. If you wish to join me in writing a book review do write to me. Contact Me

The Cruel Prince

The Cruel Prince

I am absolutely in love with the world of faeries, ball gowns, crowns, daggers, betrayal and blood. The Cruel Prince was definitely one of my most anticipated reads of 2020, and I am anything but disappointed with the series.

girl made of ink and stars

Girl Made of Ink and stars

The Girl of Ink and Stars by Kiran Hargrave is about a cartographers daughter, her incredible journey past the territories of her island, and so much more - I enjoyed the book which combines, myth , mystery and magic!

erpent and Dove by Shelby Mahurin- Book Review

Serpent and Dove

This book is not only about the married couple and the endless war they wage against each other throughout the book, but also about dark family secrets and the truth about why and how Lou ended up where she is today...

Fablee Book Review

Fable

Fable by Adrienne Young is a world-delving book of bloody ropes, crystalline shores, rules, survival, and tastes of treasure. I would recommend this duology to anyone who is into pirates, sea-faring adventures, trade crises, secrets, and rifts.

Six of Crows

Six Of Crows

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo is a devilishly quick-witted book, with a cunning plot planned to the precise hour, each chime is filled with suspense and an ever-changing plot and views from the diverse range of characters.

ash princess review

Ash Princess

Ash Princess was one of my most anticipated reads the year: a princess seeking vengeance and leading an uprising was right up my alley! I love everything about this book, from the magic system, uprising, characters, and plot!

short stories

A reader cannot just take in and not give to the world, here I am attempting to write some short stories out of my own imagination and greatly appreciate if you are able to comment.

poetry

Happiness to Sadness, be alone or be with your loved one, there can be a poem for any occasion. A few Lines : Cruelty, hatred, lies
Run around this camp of grief,
May light show through again..

creative writing

Delve into different world's and landscapes through descriptive writing. Travel by words and soar by paragraphs - a beautiful collection of writing to take you on a journey.....

blog

I want to write blogs about projects, issues and hobbies I am passionate about. My blogs give you an insight on my views which you are free to back or oppose!

When the mountains roared by Jess Butterworth is one of those animal-rescue books set in the famous Himalayas!

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Flour Babies by Anne Fine is a hilarious comedy about a boy who has to look after a flour baby for his science fair, based around character development. Roald Dahl reader would love this book!

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A Pocketful Of Stars by Aisha Bushby is the emotional journey of a teenage girl, revisiting her mothers past when she is in a coma. I Admittedly shed a few tears but definitely worth the read!

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The Girl Made of Ink and Stars by Kiran Millwood Hargrave thriller about 13-year-old Isabella who must brave the unknown to save her best friend. Mysterious and beautiful in its own way, recommended for 10 & above.

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