BIOGRAPHY : Dedicated pages full of photographs & celebrated moments in Rafi’s life makes this book altogether a memorable copy.
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This book reflects the truest deepest complications and emotions in the lives of grown ups who CLEARLY know what outcomes anticipates ahead from their actions. The author doesn’t hide the fact that these characters know things can turn ugly, which has been written in flawless style of narration.
When this book arrived from OM Books, I was eager to see how this is more of a novel than a hardcover book. While reading the first few pages, I felt the pattern exactly the way I write in my travel journals… That is the specialty about it – it is truly relatable!
Reading this book is an indulgence in itself. It is packed with so much information that you simply don’t have to look up anywhere else. All recipes mentions the calories, ingredients (and substitutes- I found replacing Honey with Maple Syrup a life saver… ), procedure, nutrients & the health issue where a particular recipe works well.
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