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Book Review ; “Home Fire” by Kamila Shamsie

Grief needed company, grief craved solitude; grief wanted to remember, wanted to forget; grief raged, grief whimpered.” After having spent years being a devoted elder sister to her twin siblings, Isma Pasha is finally free to live her own life. But even this freedom is tainted with anxiety about her sister Aneeka’s safety, and haunting memories of her brother Parvaiz ...

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Satan’s Angels: Book Review

The cohort of 2011, recruited by one of the world’s best management consulting firms, handpicked from the best business schools, is keen on succeeding at The Firm. The Firm showers the members of the cohort with the best of opportunities, the best of luxury and unbelievable money. However, behind the good life, lies an ugly truth. A secret organization operates ...

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Book Review of Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me

“My touch is lethal. My touch is power.” The distributors of this book sure knew how to get the readers intrigued, thanks to this text on the cover. Tahereh Mafi’s dystopian thriller follows the story of Juliette, a girl whose touch is lethal enough to kill. She has been locked up in a cell for 264 days. Starved, abandoned, alone ...

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Rage of Angels, by Sidney Sheldon

Rage of Angels is a novel by Sidney Sheldon published in 1980. The novel revolves around young attorney Jennifer Parker, as she rises as a successful lawyer after being framed for threatening the chief witness against a Mafia boss by mistakenly giving him a dead canary with a broken neck which in turn leads to a situation that promises to break ...

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The fault in our stars

The fault in our stars by John Green. Don’t get fooled by how simple the book seems in the beginning. It takes you through so many emotions, simplicity, shock, romance, sadness. One minute you’re crying, next minute you’re laughing while crying. It reminds you that no one likes being pitied, and not everyone needs sympathy, the beauty and tragedy of ...

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Of, Course I love you, Till I meet someone Better!

‘Durjoy Dutta’ one of the cutest Indian writers I have seen. Tittle of his books are also amazing and different. Never judge a book by its cover! Never ever.His books has nothing else but how to break-up and where to make out! The surprising part is that two writer wrote one book and they claim that this is what youth ...

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Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami isn’t a name many Indian book lovers would know. In fact I hadn’t heard of him either, until my sporadic book reading spree. (I am not a very dedicated bibliophile, I need inspiration to start off… But once I do, there’s no stopping me!). Coming back to Mr. Murakami, I chanced upon one of his short stories “Sleep” ...

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Review; Tiger Tiger – Margaux Fragoso

If a little child is ready to pay a heavy price only so that she will be loved in return, what would you say to that? Sadly, it’s not even hypothetical. This is the memoir ‘Tiger Tiger’ written by Margaux Fragoso who was seven years old when she met her lover, Peter Curran, a fifty one year old man. The word ‘lover’ ...

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5 summer reads for gals

top 5 summer reads, gals, books

The summer is upon us and most of us have nothing to do. The heat is too much, so roaming around all day isn’t the best idea. So instead of sitting at home and sulking, why not pick up a book and give reading a chance? Here’s a list of 5 books you can read this summer. 1. Can You ...

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