Book Review: This is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith

I bought Jennifer E. Smith’s book during the time I was reading Game of Thrones as a sort of palette cleanser. I bought all of her three books without expectations hoping it would just make me feel better about all the death happening in Game of Thrones.Continue reading “Book Review: This is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith”

Review: Kafka by the Shore by Haruki Murakami

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There was a time back in 2015 when I decided to buy every Haruki Murakami book I could get my hands on. This book was included in that book haul. There was no doubt in my mind that it was good because of the high ratings it had online. To my surprise however, I didn’t understand this book.Continue reading “Review: Kafka by the Shore by Haruki Murakami”

TV Series: Making a Murderer

I don’t know how to start this review. I want to give you guys an in-depth blow by blow account of everything, from episode 1, but I won’t. It’ll just spoil the whole experience for you. I highly recommend you to watch everything first before going online and reading stuff in the internet. It’s advisable to binge watch. Don’t worry it’s just ten hours of your life!Continue reading “TV Series: Making a Murderer”

Book Review: Sputnik Sweetheart by Haruki Murakami

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Plot

Sumire is in love with a woman seventeen years her senior. But whereas Miu is glamorous and successful, Sumire is an aspiring writer who dresses in an oversized second-hand coat and heavy boots like a character in a Kerouac novel.

Sumire spends hours on the phone talking to her best friend K about the big questions in life: what is sexual desire, and should she ever tell Miu how she feels for her? Meanwhile K wonders whether he should confess his own unrequited love for Sumire.

Then, a desperate Miu calls from a small Greek island: Sumire has mysteriously vanished. (via Goodreads)

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