Margaret Atwood said that dystopian stories are like a signpost saying "bad future ahead if you go this way" - I love this metaphor! And dystopia seems to be one of my favourite genres, based on my recent reads. Here are 10 dystopian books that I enjoyed reading, in a random-aesthetically-pleasing order 🙂
For the 2020 favourites post I asked my closest friends to join me and share their favourite books of the year. The result is an extraordinary reading list with inspiring fiction and non-fiction books, a list infinitely better than what I could have written only based on my 2020 books.
Mangoes and books - how could I resist doing this tag? It was super educational and fun to write this post, as I learnt so many things about mangoes in India! ❤
We live in strange times, so discussing about the strangest books I've ever read seems to fit in the picture 🙂 The 10 books I selected are strange from different point of views - from weird-freaky books to strange-but-interesting books.
I am back in business! Book blogging business, I mean 🙂 Today's review is about a book I randomly chose this book while browsing Bookster’s digital shelves.