The President is Missing: James Patterson and Bill Clinton

I keep wondering…. Why does James Patterson bring out books only in collaboration? Well, I ain’t really going to get an answer to this, so I might as well just deduce that he finds it easier to bring out a book faster and in quick succession this way. The latest in
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The President is Missing: James Patterson and Bill Clinton

Book Snippet: A Thousand Splendid Suns

There are books we like, and then there are books that stay with us for long. They are the books we seldom forget for, the characters forge an in-erasable image in our minds. An author who is able to etch this image could very well be said to have achieved
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Book Snippet: A Thousand Splendid Suns

There is a Sick Mom in the Home!

After a week long bout of viral infection, I have come to the conclusion that feeling ill as a parent is one of the toughest situations. Weak and exhausted, as I lay on my bed moaning with body pain, the only thought that kept cropping up is why, oh why,
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There is a Sick Mom in the Home!

YA Thriller: Bad Girls with Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten

I finally read a YA thriller. I have off- late begun to pick up book recommendations from Instagram accounts I follow, and this has enabled me to experiment different genres and styles of writing. Bad girls with Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten, a Young Adult thriller, is one such random pick
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YA Thriller: Bad Girls with Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten

The Last Colour: Fiction by Vikas Khanna

Most often the simplest of dishes give out the best of flavors. Chef Vikas Khanna’s first fiction is sort of similar to this. The Last Colour, published by Bloomsbury, may well be a simple tale, of a relationship between a young tight rope walker and a middle aged widow. Yet
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The Last Colour: Fiction by Vikas Khanna

World Around Me

Literature-Fiction