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Starting out Book reviews on my blog following my love for books has truly been a spectacular journey. A lot of people ask how to get started with it – well I would save that for later post. The journey has been mostly fantastic but at times it was difficult too when a book didn’t meet […]

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A perfect source for Inspiration packed up in Book… A simple read that just might end up changing the way you think, turning your thoughts towards the positive. If words aren’t magic, I don’t know what else ever can be! Rating : 4/5

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I loved the little details and stories shared by the author. It made me appreciate and value the efforts of people involved in process. This book contains recipes to go with tea and I can’t wait to try these out – especially when December-January is the best time to do that!

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Rating- 5/5 What makes the book so special is how the author has worked on every tiny detail of every single character.
This book is spectacular and covers the angle to Kansa episode like ever before.

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Maybe it is for the fact that we’ve all probably faced every bit of excitement in silly things and we’ve all have had groups which did change in some way or the other over the growing years. In all, it is a nice light read.

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A book that works as a quick guide when you are looking forward to celebrate. Perfect for a relaxed evening with something refreshing & experimental new flavors while keeping the mood soothing altogether.

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Readers will love reading through the feelings of twins with unique personalities while celebrating their individuality. If your heart does connect to the book-as much as mine did- you sure will need a tissue for your eyes.

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I simply love how the author has started the book with memories of Himalayas. Anyone who loves mountains & has taken a trip would be able to relate and connect with the book instantly. I also highly loved the parts wherein travelers share their stories which in turns creates curiosity for readers to discover more.

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