The end of the year is almost near and it’s about time I open up and tell you all a little more about myself. I love reading books and I can see that some great novels have been written this year. Well, it’s time to vote a favourite book from each genre for the Goodreads Choice Awards’ First-Round and as I haven’t read much of it or maybe any of it, I decided to research about books and vote the most worthy ones. So here I am, as you can see this is part II so please read PART I. So without further ado, allow me to give you the other 10 genres’ books that I voted.

Hello and welcome to my blog: Magical BookLush.

I have voted the most praised and worthy books, those books that I would love to read and might enjoy a lot.

So let’s start, shall we?


~Midnight In Chernobyl; The Untold Story Of The World’s Greatest Nuclear Disaster By Adam Higginbotham.

Midnight in Chernobyl by Adam Higginbotham.

Chernobyl incident has always interested me and I really wanted to know the real truth about it. Now that I have it, I can’t resist it and can never vote any other book. This book has made critics drool and readers sit on the edge of their seats. So I am interested in this too. I am more interested in the thrilling way he has written it. I hope to read it soon. 😍

If you have read this book, comment and tell me your views.


~Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? Big Questions From Tiny Mortal Death By Caitlin Doughty.

Will my Cat Eat my Eyeballs? By Caitlin Doughty.

As any song can be our jam, in subjects Science is my jam. I love science especially mummification. Learning more about death is something I really like. I don’t know why that is so but I do know that death has never scared me, it has always intrigued me. This book is all about death and I am ready to read it. I actually didn’t search any other book in the category when I saw this. Sorry for being bias but it’s something I wouldn’t mind reading if I will read it.

If you have read this book, comment and tell me your views.


~Indian-ISH Recipes And Antics From A Modern American Family By Priya Krishna.

Indian-ISH Recipes and Antics from A Modern American Family by Priya Krishna.

This book looks highly funny and crazy to me. It’s seeing how an Indian mom who doesn’t know how to cook struggles to cook Indian food, and the crazy rich ideas showing how to twist and turn Indian and American recipes to combine them and make a great and delicious treat. I know how to cook food, anything you like just name it so when I see others struggling. It might sound evil but I enjoy it so much and feel very proud too. 😈 so yes I would love to read this book.

If you have read this book, comment and tell me your views.


~Book Love By Debbie Tung.

Book Love by Debbie Tung.

This is yet another novel I did not search about and just voted. Look at the cover guys, do you think I should have searched? I was sold when the word book was written on the title. I would love to read this comic but it is for almost $ 11.21. It would take me all my life to collect all that money for a 144 pages comic book. How sad can I get today?

If you have read this book, comment and tell me your views.


~When You Ask Me Where I Am Going By Jasmine Kaur.

When You Ask Me Where I am Going by Jasmine Kaur.

This poetry is killing it all over the world. I couldn’t stop reading the comments. It was so weird to see this happen. I hate reading comments because most of them are spoilers but people didn’t have words to say and describe this beauty and that was the moment I decided that not only will I vote it but also read it. I am loving it how Indian authors are killing it in the literature world. I am so proud today. πŸ₯°

If you have read this book, comment and tell me your views.


~The Silent Patient By Alex Michaelides.

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides.

Do you know what ranting means?? Tell me do you know?? That’s exactly what people are doing after reading this book. They are shocked and so am I. I love A.J Finn and if that guy recommends this, I am reading it. Imagine the surprise to see a new author trending like hell. I love the comments people and giving, they can’t say anything about this book either.

If you have read this book, comment and tell me your views.


~Killing November By Adriana Mather (Killing November, #1).

Killing November by Adriana Mather.

Another ranting novel in line. I don’t understand people and so don’t I understand the SPOILERS THEY PROVIDE FOR FREE!!!!! Sorry, I am just tired of spoilers. 1 stupid spoiler just took away my fun from watching an Indian Tv Show, Aladdin, Naam Toh Suna Hoga and now I heard it has become very interesting. πŸ˜” Well, back to the book. It’s amazingly interesting, they don’t say much about the book but more about spoilers so please don’t go and read reviews on Amazon. That’s where I collect reviews from because…hey?!? if Amazon can sell it, it’s a hit. It is a book store, you see. Well, I want to read this too but not that much after the “spoiler,” let’s see how it goes.

If you have read this book, comment and tell me your views.


~Wilder Girls By Rory Power.

Wilder Girls by Rory Power.

I read a review of this book and the reviewer said it’s a great book. If it is, I am glad to vote it because I found it unique and beautiful. Friendship and girl empowerment is all I need to read now and this is one great a book to read. I liked the uniqueness of this book. I might try it as I avoided an almost spoiler. 😀

If you have read this book, comment and tell me your views.


~The Bridge Home By Padma Venkatraman.

The Bridge Home by Padma Venkatraman.

I really liked this story, it teaches children something very important and it’s some story that I would love to read and enjoy talking to someone about. This story written by an Indian showed real harsh realities of children on streets and I really like a true story. I want to read it.

If you have read this book, comment and tell me your views.


~Unicorn Day by Diana Murray.

Unicorn Day by Diana Murray.

I really love unicorns and this book is something I would read even though this book is a kid’s book. I really feel like acting like a baby now and reading this book right now but controlling myself😁.

If you have read this book, comment and tell me your views.

Okay, so we are done with the Goodreads Choice Awards voting. I voted by research and my heart’s choice that meant if I really would read it or not. I enjoyed voting but not writing. It was too exhausting although I am done and couldn’t be happier than today.

That’s it for today, comment and tell me how my voting was, suggest me your favourite books. Like, share and follow my blog to see me die writing blogs. 😁

I invite Nikita and anybody who has voted to exhaust themselves too. Hey???? Why should I do all the hard work??

Hope you enjoyed my blog. Tell me how it was.

Signing Out_X

Thank you for your valuable time.


  1. I’m intrigued by ‘The Silent Patient’ and ‘Will my Cat eat my Eyeballs?’. Will definitely check them out.

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    1. I am intrigued too. They are actually in my Amazon cart and I am dying to buy them. 😡 I hope you enjoy them.πŸ™‚βœŒ

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      1. I’m sure I will. Thanks for the recommendation!

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        1. You are welcome. πŸ™‚βœŒπŸ’“

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  2. OMG you voted for Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?!! I am reading it (I’ve put it aside for a while bc I’m reading a million books right now) and it’s the funniest thing ever!!!! It’s SO AMAZING! You need to read it!

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    1. Oh my god, you are the messiest girl I have ever met in my life. Can you ask your mother what she ate while giving birth to you so that I can get it banned in the world?? We have 1 crazy don’t need more!!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      Look at me, I read 1 printed and 1 ebook at the same time while balancing time. Even if 1 of them is worse than hell itself I finish it and you, you madam put all the books down after finishing half the book.
      I challenge you to write a post about the books you have incomplete. I wanna see how crazy you are. Okay?? Do it. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I can’t stop laughing at you


      1. Suzan, I have done two similar posts. πŸ˜‚ I can send you the links if you want πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. I can’t do the third one without being officially called crazy. But I’ll need to do the third one soon, though. The books have been piling up. πŸ˜‚

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        1. Send me the link so that I can laugh at your misery just like I am doing right nowπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. Honey, you are already crazy so just do the 3rd one. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‹πŸ˜ˆ Do it now not soon. I want to see the pile. Add them all. I will reblog it to show the world how crazy you are. 🀣🀣🀣 SERIOUSLY CAN’T STOP LAUGHING. 🀣🀣


            1. Read my comment there.🀣🀣🀣🀣


  3. I’m a fan of Adriana Mather, and while Killing November wasn’t my favorite book by her, I still enjoyed it. I also loved: Midnight In Chernobyl, The Silent Patient, and Wilder Girls.

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    1. Well, 1 book got a wrong vote, maybe. SO THAT IS WHERE I HEARD ABOUT WILDER GIRLS?? you wrote a review. I am so sorry to give you a shout out, I totally forgot who wrote it. Did you review midnight in Chernobyl I want to read it soon so gotta check the story. I am glad you enjoyed them. What do you have to say about part 1 books?

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      1. I haven’t written reviews on either book but I quite enjoyed them. By part 1 books do you mean first books in a series, duology or trilogy?

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        1. No, I meant the first part of this post. You didn’t write much on it. I know you are sick. πŸ˜” but I would love your opinion on those genres. πŸ’“πŸ™‚βœŒ

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          1. Um, I think it’s great to read different genres. I myself, don’t read enough non-fiction, but I pretty much read everything else.

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            1. That’s great. How are you feeling now, Kim? I have prayed to help cure your migraines. I hope it works. 😞✌

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              1. It still here.πŸ€• I’m snuggling up on the couch today, sipping my chamomile tea with lemon and honey, and binging on Disney Plus.

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                1. It will go slowly. Pray and feel positive about whatever is happening Kim. Take a deep breath and relax your mind. Everything will be fine. We all are with you. πŸ™‚βœŒπŸ’›β€β€

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              2. I just read your excellent post on Children’s Day but was unable to comment.πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

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                1. Try now, I just opened it. Stupid WordPress.

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  4. I haven’t read any of these, or even heard of most of them.
    I need to read faster, and get out more, obviously. πŸ™‚
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. I stay in my house for 24/7, 365 days. I barely get out. I love home, coffee and books. That’s my life. 😁😁 you just need to download Goodreads and get in touch with people more often. πŸ™‚βœŒ

      And read in daylight too, mr lazy pants. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  5. […] to talk about the books I’ve voted for, for the Goodreads Choice Awards. My friend Suzan did this post a few days ago and asked me to do it, and I loved the idea. Also, by the way, she writes about […]

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