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Book Review: The Lowland

There are few books you read because you are addicted to reading. Then some others because everyone else has read it but you, and then there are those books that you read because you know that somewhere between the pages,... Continue Reading →

Book Review: My Cousin Rachel

I would love to believe that it is this very thought that set the tones for 'My Cousin Rachel' for Miss Maurier. One likes to wish! I wondered how it could be that two people who had loved could yet... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Imperfectionists

#MyThoughts: Sometimes, it's good too take a chance with books and authors unheard of. As a reader, I'm quite eccentric. If I'm trying an author for the first time, I check out their quotes. Well, and if the quotes stick with... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Train to Pakistan

#MyThoughts: I detest the sight of blood. This book was a flood of blood; a sight that continues to haunt me. “Morality is a matter of money. Poor people cannot afford to have morals. So they have religion.” This quote was... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Fifty Shades of Grey

Okay, Point no. 1: Do not run behind books based on the hype around you. That's the first lesson I learnt. For some goddamn reason, everywhere around me I just saw Fifty Shades. In trains, buses, at work, with friends, around... Continue Reading →

Book Review: On Writing

Acclaimed author Nicholas Sparks has listed and recommended some books that will help you improve your writing skills on his website. One of it is 'ON WRITING' by 'STEPHEN KING'. This being the first Stephen King book that I read, I was... Continue Reading →

Book review: The Lord of the Rings

  THE LORD OF THE RINGS is a legendary epic and one of the best fantasy fiction ever written.I watched the movies first and loved them and I realized that I had to read the books which I must say... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Prayer for Owen Meany

I am doomed to remember a boy with a wrecked voice - or because of his voice, or because he was the smallest person I ever knew, or even because he was the instrument of my mother's death, but because... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Walk to Remember

  I've read this book many times now and every time I read it, I keep falling in love with the 2 main characters Jamie Sullivan and Landon Carter, the two main characters of the story. While I read through the... Continue Reading →

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