Review: Catch Me If You Can


Author: Rafaa Dalvi.
Genre: Comedy, Short Story.
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«

Blurb:

What happens when the world's best detective realizes that his prodigy has become a wanted global con artist? Prepare for a wild cat-and-mouse chase around the world.

Cover Review:

The cover is okay, a bit intriguing, simple and nice.

Book Review:

This is going to be a short review since the book itself is just 16 pages long.

Catch Me If You Can was funny, not the kind that makes you roll on the floor laughing, but the kind that makes you giggle in awkward places (like public transport?)

It was a short read, as I said earlier, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. I read it over tea, and it was the best way to read it, I believe. I finished the book faster than I finished my tea 😂

Overall, Catch Me If You Can is a short, fun read and I'm sure you'll enjoy it!


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Review: Not Worth Living For


Author: Shreyan Laha.
Genre: Science Fiction, Romance.
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«

Blurb:

Ishita Singh, a student of an esteemed college in Mumbai was living a normal life along with her group of friends, a caring senior and scarily enough, a creep who stalked her.

Shweta wakes up in an unknown planet with an advanced civilisation and sets out with Alexander Ishutin, a former spy of the RSV to discover about the far future.

Underlying the lives of these two girls in different worlds, there lies a dark secret. Will they ever come across this dark secret or will it be so chilling that it won't be worth living for? Prepare yourselves for a psyched, dystopian adventure. Not for the faint hearted.

Cover Review:

Frankly saying, I don't like it. It looks like a badly edited collage of pictures, not an actual cover. I'd suggest the author to invest in a professional cover or get an interesting picture for the cover at the very least.

Book Review:

Not Worth Living For is a Sci-fi romance, and I don't usually read Sci-fi, but I decided to give this one a go because I liked its blurb. 

The story is of two girl, Ishita and Shweta, and follows them in their own worlds—Earth and a futuristic planet called Isthenope.

There was enough mystery to keep me hooked, but the narration could've been a lot better. I think the story would benefit a lot of it were properly edited. Even though there are no grammatical errors, the story didn't flow as smoothly as it should. 

The characters were pretty well crafted, with relatable quirks. Though the naming system of Isthenope really annoyed me—names of people were in numbers, like, 45, 46, etc—because I couldn't, for the life of me, remember who was who. 

Overall, though, Not Worth Living For was an interesting read and I'd recommend you to check it out if you love Sci-fi and don't mind a bit of romance.


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