Nayanika Saikia reviews Ngozi Adichie’s essay on grief and analyses its relevance to our daily lives.
Let yourself transported to the fishing village of Barkley Cove in Delia Owens’s acclaimed novel.
Vicariously studying abroad and making bad romantic choices all over again.
Did I really want to read about the pandemic during the pandemic? Like many, reading is an escape for me, so in the middle of a pandemic this book didn’t immediately attract me.
A custom-made list of upcoming book releases, especially for Coffee Time Reviews readers. Which one will you pick?
This Greek myth retelling gives a voice to the heroine Ariadne. Warning: don’t read this book in one day. Here’s why.
Reviewing books is the real deal, let’s face it. Here are 10 reasons why it’s so great.
In fact, this romance was even better. Find out how the friends-to-lovers trope made it a great read.
This debut is not to be missed. Find out how Tom Bray explores death and trauma and why you should not hesitate to approach these dark themes.
If you also think you haven’t been the victim of gender prejudice, this book will help you see the truth.