Book Review: Go Set a Watchman
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  Author: Harper Lee Publisher: Random House MRP: INR 508 Pages: 278 My Rating: 2.5/5 Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee, is not as good as her much-appreciated book To Kill a Mocking Bird, however, some elements of the book are really appealing. The book is about …
Book Review: Learning to Breathe
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  Author: Alison Wright Publisher: Hudson Street Press MRP: INR 1021.94 Pages: 269 My Rating: 5/5 “Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.” –Boyd Palmer This book …
Book Review: There’s something about you
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  Author: Yashodhara Lal Publisher: Harlequin India Pvt. Ltd. (An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers) MRP: INR 175 Pages: 256 My rating: 3.5/5 There’s something about this book just like its title; no pun intended. The moment I received this book for a review, I thought it …
Book Review: Scion of Ikshvaku
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Scion of Ikshvaku by Amish is the first in its Ram Chandra Series. It subtly hints towards the contemporary word through some very interesting yet fictitious episodes that draw its inspiration from the great epic, Ramayana. It takes you back …
Book Review: Women & Men In My Life
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 Authors: Khushwant Singh Publisher: Harper Collins Price: INR 299 Pages: 254 My rating: 3/5 Women & Men in My Life by Khushwant Singh talks about some 12 women and 15 men in his life in two parts. Since this was the first of Khushwant Singh’s …
Book Review: Adultery
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  Author: Paulo Coelho Publisher: Random House India Price: INR 299 Pages: 287 My Rating: 3/5 Unlike other of Coehlo’s books that I have read, I hardly have much to say about this one. Coehlo seemed to deviate from the actual plot or probably …
Book Review: Private India
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   Author: Ashwin Sanghi & James Patterson Publisher: Arrow Books Price: INR 350 My Rating: 4/5 Private India has certainly evoked my liking for thrillers and mystery. It is the rare combination of Ashwin Sanghi, a renowned Indian thriller writer …