How life being divided on the basis of genitals makes no sense
The people make the city what it is, and at every turn, something unexpected awaits
The realisation of my earliest wishes makes me wonder whether what I wished for was really what I needed
Facing the same moment twice makes me indulge in my special brand of nostalgia mixed with psychoanalysis
A letter about what I learnt over 7 years of mistakes and successes in relationships, for a person I may never send it to.
My focus on my discomfort in one aspect of life made me forget that everything has consequences, and I might not feel ready for some.
My first impression of the book – ‘Monsters’ by Sharon Dogar
My first impression on the book ‘The Scarlet Pimpernel’ by Baroness Emmuska Orczy.
Author: Riley SagerCountry: United States of AmericaLanguage: EnglishGenre: Psychological fiction, Suspense fiction, Horror fictionPublisher: Dutton (Penguin Random House LLC) Publication date: 2020