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‘We lose ourselves in books. We find ourselves too.’ — Don’t judge a book by its movie

Right. I know we are a bit into January for this blog but here it goes anyway. You know when people talk about putting on weight when they start a relationship. Its spoken about as if its a cute amount, a happy amount. Well……. I may have taken that to an extreme. Two and a […]

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The Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson — (e)Book Nerd

The Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson My rating: 4 of 5 stars 3.5 stars, rounded up to 4. This book is about teenagers, but is definitely an “adult” book: it shows the gritty, seedy underbelly of a world where everyone looks ok on the surface, but underneath, is a complex personality […]

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What qualities do you look for to determine if a book is “good” or not? — Raakhee on Quora

Answer by Raakhee V. Menon: Thank you for the A2A, Riddhiban 🙂 Back in the days, I relied heavily on my gut feeling to decide if I would like a book or not. This was before the advent of the internet age. I would look at the synopsis at the back of the book or […]

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The White Tiger (Aravind Adiga) – A review — Curiosity killed the cat

India through the eyes of Balram Halwai, one of those characters that make a book worth reading. This is a book about India, its main character being just the tool to draw a dark, pesimistic but at the same time humorous portrait of the Asian nation. Balram Halwai, a social entrepreneur as he calls himself, is […]

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