Book Review: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games #2)

Book Review: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games #2)

Catching Fire starts up not far from where The Hunger Games ended. Katniss is living in the Victors Village with her family. You’d think she could finally be able to relax and live the cushy life. Well that wouldn’t make…

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Book Review: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games #1)

Book Review: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games #1)

Written along the lines of Stephen King’s The Long Walk or George Orwell’s 1984, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins still feels very original and sucked me in completely with its modern day Survivor-esque retelling. The Hunger Games is the…

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Psychological Thriller Books That Will Play With Your Head

Psychological Thriller Books That Will Play With Your Head

The psychological thriller, a sub-genre of thriller books that explores the psychology of its characters, who are often unstable. What makes a thriller psychological is that the most important questions of the story are about the minds and behavior. Psychological…

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Book Review: First Among Equals by Jeffrey Archer

Book Review: First Among Equals by Jeffrey Archer

Although First Among Equals is about politics, Jeffrey Archer weaves through the book the personal stories of each of the men. This worked effectively and by the end of the book I was surprised to feel a strong connection to…

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Book Review : Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

Book Review : Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

What an outrageously crazy book Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty is – and I’m saying that in a good way. Hot tempered Mother’s who become too involved in their child’s disputes (and I’m talking about children aged 4-5yrs), to…

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Book Review: An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

Book Review: An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen is a compelling, thrilling, twisted, and rapid-paced read that was so darn entertaining and exciting to read. The intensity level of this novel was so high that my thoughts and feelings…

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Book Review: Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less by Jeffrey Archer

Book Review: Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less by Jeffrey Archer

Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less by Jeffrey Archer was very well written and had two amazing plot twists near the end. Readers should be prepared for anything or else be sucked into the insane world of plot…

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Modern Retelling of Mahabharata you should read

Modern Retelling of Mahabharata you should read

People have read and interpreted the Mahabharata in various ways since the time it was written. Many have gone further and adapted the storyline of the Mahabharata to create a new and innovative retelling. Some have picked one of the…

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Author Interview: Raj Tilak Roushan | The Author of The Good, the Bad and the Unknown

Author Interview: Raj Tilak Roushan | The Author of The Good, the Bad and the Unknown

Raj Tilak Roushan, a budding poet, an IITian and an IPS officer, is a proud father of a little daughter. Born in a remote village in Bihar, he was trained as an engineer at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)…

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Jeffrey Archer Books | List of books by Jeffrey Archer with Summary

Jeffrey Archer Books | List of books by Jeffrey Archer with Summary

A bestselling British author and a former politician, Jeffrey Archer writes ‘edge-of-your-seat thriller and drama books. Jeffrey Archer published his first book ‘Not A Penny More Not A Penny Less’ in 1976 and it was an instant success. Then after…

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