Bookish Templates PT 2

Here’s part of two of my bookish creations! Enjoyed getting creative with these and I hope you like them too! Remember to tag me with @ or #jawahirthebookworm if you ever use them 😊

Review | The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner

Few books allow you to feel the anguish and despair that makes up this life, while also lingering in the triumphs and spurts of happiness that warms the human soul and makes everything okay even if it’s for a little while. Zentner excels in playing with the reader’s emotions in delivering raw storytelling. The SerpentContinue reading “Review | The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner”

Books that Sherlock Fans Would Love

Sherlock is possibly one of the most iconic fictional crime shows out there. As the series comes to an end (sadly) what better way to honor 10 years of a great show than with book recs inspired by it! Below is a list of books that fans of the show or crime enthusiasts in generalContinue reading “Books that Sherlock Fans Would Love”

Reading Rush 2020 Recap | First-Timer!

So many of you have heard of the reading rush event that took place between 20 -26 July, unfortunately I couldn’t write up a Pre-reading rush post, and because I didn’t properly prep for this I didn’t want to write a pointless post that’s just messy. You deserve better than that. I did a recapContinue reading “Reading Rush 2020 Recap | First-Timer!”

Review | Retellings: Macbeth

This isn’t the first time I read a book by Jo Nesbo, and to me I consider his writings exceptionally premium when we look into the crime thriller genre. He kind of reminds me of Agatha Christie in the way he writes out his detective novels but also he mixes in a bit of theContinue reading “Review | Retellings: Macbeth”

Review | ARC The Big Book of Teeny Tiny Stories

I would like to thank BookSirens for providing me with an ARC in exchange for my honest personal review I admit graphic novels are not the type of writing I go for, but I wanted to expand my reading and read more of genres I normally don’t go for. Surprisingly, picture books were all IContinue reading “Review | ARC The Big Book of Teeny Tiny Stories”

Italian Gelato on a Summer’s Day | London Cafes

What? Unico Gelato & Caffe Where? 37 Pembridge Rd, Notting Hill, W11 3HG, London Highlights: Gelato of course! And their macchiato. On a hot summer’s day, Unico is probably one of the best options to go. As soon as you enter the place, you get that slight coolness when entering an ice cream parlor andContinue reading “Italian Gelato on a Summer’s Day | London Cafes”

London’s Best Independent Bookstore | London Review Bookshop

What? London Review Bookshop Where? 14-16 Bury Pl, Holborn, WC1A 2JL, London Type: Independent Bookstore / Non-specific Highlights: Contemporary Fiction Speaking of bookstores hidden in narrow street alleys; London Review Bookshop accurately fits that description. The dark green exterior provides a lovely contrast to the ever-changing display of colorful books on the windowsill, for aContinue reading “London’s Best Independent Bookstore | London Review Bookshop”

Review | Must Reads : The Hate U Give

I typed and retyped then typed again for about 10 minutes not having the proper introduction to start this review, but hell, is there even words that can even describe the masterpiece of a book this is? This is easily one of the most authentic books I’ve ever read. This is exactly what it meansContinue reading “Review | Must Reads : The Hate U Give”

Review | The Freemasons The Ancient Brotherhood Revealed

Well this is intriguing! I’ve always had a macabre interest in the occult and clandestine knowledge, wanting to have a more comprehensive understanding of one of the most highly publicized and twitter talked groups: The Freemasons.  I knew already that the Freemasons were a movement that originated from actual freemasons; craftsmen who were into theContinue reading “Review | The Freemasons The Ancient Brotherhood Revealed”