Summing up September..!

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Hello everyone, I became an active part of bookstagram community in September. I love it. 
I got a chance to review copies, interview authors and made bookstagram friends. I read many books in the month of September. So here we go!! summing up September!!

1: Messed up but all for love- Arvind Parashar.

I rated this book 3.5/5. it’s a good read, a smooth light love story.Overall it’s a good read, a story that went through thriller, love and a messed up love story.
Check full review here.

2: Our story ends here- Sara Naveed

I rated this book 3.5/5. A beautiful story of childhood friends who could not meet though fell in love. The story describes the beauty of Pakistan, love, and a lot of suspense.
Check full review here. Also, check Sara Naveed’s Interview!

3: The one from the stars- Keshav Aneel

I Totally loved this book! yes rated 5/5. This book is truly inspiring, motivating and tells us what friendship is. It was one of the best read of September.
Check full review here.

4: Second Chance- Dr. Sandeep Jatwa

I rated this story 3.5/5. It’s a good, light read which focuses on doing a good thing, you have to pay for your good and bad. It’s a light story.
Check full review here.

5: A Leap within- Ameya Agrawal

I rated this book 4/5. This book is full of quotes, one liners, and experiences that we face in day to day life. It’s a good inspirational read which you can connect with from any page you pick.
Check full review here.

6: Inside the hope of heart- Rishabh Puri

Well, I rated this book 4.5/5. it’s another good read with a message of never give up on your dreams, or what you want to do. The positive attitude of Rish for doing what he wants makes story interesting.
Check full review here.

7: Canvas of a Mind- Purba Chakraborty

This too was one of the best read. A romance thriller it is. An exciting, full of suspense story and a must read book.
Check full review here.

8: The boy from Patalipura- Rahul Mitra

Rated this book 3.5/5. A beautiful history is revealed in this book. If you love History, this book is a good pick.
Check full review here.

9: Let’s have coffee – Parul A. Mittal

Rated this book 4.5/5. Again it was a good love story like a strong coffee. A good read it is.
Check Full Review here.

10: You never know- Akash Verma

Rated this book 3.5/5. A good romance with an extra twist of having an extramarital affair.
Check full review here.

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