Babel by R.F. Kuang: An Unapologetic and Masterful take on Imperial History and Language

Welcome back to my blog, everyone! One of my best reads of this year, Babel is unlike anything I've ever read in my whole life. Leave it to R.F. Kuang to come up with a wholly new academic novel that will rip you apart and have you thinking about the wonders of translation and horrors… Continue reading Babel by R.F. Kuang: An Unapologetic and Masterful take on Imperial History and Language

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The Oleander Sword by Tasha Suri: A Wonderfully Complex and Competent Sequel

Hey again, labyrinth dwellers! If you aren't aware, one of my favourite reads of last year was The Jasmine Throne and it's sequel has just been released this week. I've been so grateful to recieve an advanced copy prior to the release date and it was such a gripping read, you would not want to… Continue reading The Oleander Sword by Tasha Suri: A Wonderfully Complex and Competent Sequel

The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna: A warm and uplifting romance

Welcome back to the labyrinth everyone! I was gracious enough to be approved for an advanced copy for Sangu Mandanna's latest novel, The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches and I loved it so much! It has my favourite trope, found family, and that immediately made me love this. It's being published today, so make… Continue reading The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna: A warm and uplifting romance

Medieval Queens Book Tag

Welcome back everyone! Today, I'll be doing the Medieval Queens Book Tag on my blog. Thank you so much Aby @ Beyond the Read for tagging me and the amazing Jess @ Jesticulates for coming up with this tag! So without any further ado, let's get into the tag, because I had a lot of… Continue reading Medieval Queens Book Tag

July Wrap Up: I Finally Catch Up on Reading?

Hello everyone, welcome back to the blog! It still feels like yesterday when I stayed up all night waiting for 2022 but here we are, at the end of July. Time's really moving too fast and none of us know why. And as my apologies for not having a monthly wrap-up for the past two… Continue reading July Wrap Up: I Finally Catch Up on Reading?

15+ Books to Read by Disabled Authors this July and Beyond

Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! It's Disability Pride Month, so what better time than now to add more books to your TBR, right? Especially books by #own-voices authors featuring disability representation because they are so overlooked among the others. So today, here's a blog post with some books by disabled authors to… Continue reading 15+ Books to Read by Disabled Authors this July and Beyond

Mid Year Freakout Tag 2022

Hello everyone, welcome back! It's almost been around two weeks since I last posted, because exams, but now, I'm grateful to say that I'm well and back! I'll be honest, my June went completely opposite of what I expected it to go. I had a list of books I wanted to read but barely made… Continue reading Mid Year Freakout Tag 2022

10 South Asian Fantasy Books to Add to your TBRs

Hey there, welcome back to the labyrinth! The last couple weeks were a horrible mess—I'd barely gotten any reading done nor any proper blogging. And if you've noticed, I had also redone my headers—which look a little better now! (I'm still itching to change it though.) And today, I'm here to share 10 South Asian… Continue reading 10 South Asian Fantasy Books to Add to your TBRs

April Wrap Up – My First Month As A Blogger

Hey there, everyone. Welcome to my first monthly wrap-up post. In my monthly wrap-ups, I'll be discussing what I did this month and the month's highlights—especially book related thoughts. April, for me, went by really fast. Almost the entire month, I was busy with my exams. The last week however, I could make time for… Continue reading April Wrap Up – My First Month As A Blogger