If you are looking for a story with detailed portrayal of characters, the backgrounds, surroundings and are curious to read how they are inter-wined together by fate or simply in a story. Then this is it
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I have been addicted and fallen prey of gorgeous spines and reading heaps and tiring myself up completely…and and and…phew. Well all that comes with blowing up money- which I am particularly not sure of if I can afford to continue anymore… owing to the fact that I just got a new Lens – I […]
There is just something really pleasant about knowing that someone shares the same love for food as much as you do. The fact that food does comfort to most of us especially since it has flavors from home is one reason we end up loving a place in particular. Comfort food is a book that […]
Who doesn’t love getting books for cheap? The hardcover books are sure expensive, and the good part about thrift book shopping is that you can hit the jackpot! I got mine for INR30 each i.e. less than $0.50. Seriously! Fabulous for anyone who wishes to take up the book while travelling and just leave it […]
Title: The Transformer Author: Kris Gethin Publisher: Om Books International Genre: Autobiography Pages: 198 Source: Publisher How long it took me to read: A day Rating: 4/5 About: The Transformer follows Kris Gethin’s story from a small town in Wales, barely in control of his own life—all the way to Mumbai, India, where he transformed the bodies of Bollywood stars like Hrithik […]
Title: ..And then you’re Dead! 47 reasons to start living now Author: Jim Rai Publisher: Bloomsbury Pages: 223 Source: Publisher How long it took me to read: A few hours Rating: 4/5 About: The book has three centuries worth of timeless wisdom, which the author has eloquently captured. This book is a collection of thoughts that is brought to life and […]
The book has been written in an easy language to help the kids understand & read easily. Written to educate ten years and above with stories and teachings of good &evil and right & wrong – this book comes packed with surprise in the form of illustrations.
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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