Author Interview: Rohit Sodha

Author Interview: Rohit Sodha

Rohit Sodha, a corporate CEO by profession, educated from Harvard Business School and Indraprastha University; he did his schooling from Delhi Public School R K Puram. Growing up he was always an avid sportsman and public speaker. He has always…

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Book Review: The Girl On The Train

Book Review: The Girl On The Train

If you want to read a gripping mystery/psychological thriller that will blow your mind, The Girl on the Train is the book for you. Well written with a very well done plot, “The Girl on the Train” is told from…

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The Complete List of The Booker Prize Winner Books

The Complete List of The Booker Prize Winner Books

The Booker Prize for Fiction is a literary prize awarded each year for the best novel originally written in English and published in the UK in the eligibility year of the prize, regardless of the nationality of its author. (The…

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Book Review: The Palace Of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

Book Review: The Palace Of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

The Palace of Illusions is no substitute for the real Mahabharata, of course, but it’s a good place to start. Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni has taken one of the fundamental pieces of Indian literature and focused on the story of Panchaali.

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How To Win Heart of Bookworms

How To Win Heart of Bookworms

They don’t want jewelry or flowers or even dinner. An old dusty book would win heart of bookworm faster than anything. Here are a few steps how you can win heart of bookworms. Ladies and Gentlemen, take notes.

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Book Review: Catch-22 by Joseph Heller

Book Review: Catch-22 by Joseph Heller

Reading Catch-22 was sort of like watching a brilliantly shining coin flipping through a majestic parabola in slow motion, with one side representing laugh-out-loud comedy and the other an intense exploration of the terrors of war, making its way to…

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Book Review: The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri

Book Review: The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri

The Lowland is a story of choices defined by the friction created by opposing, deep rooted cultures. The ebb and flow of their lives mirrors the lowland that is the family’s foundation. The author’s prose is steady, calm and captivating.

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Book Review: Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie

Book Review: Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie

Midnight’s Children is a brilliant and complex novel. Told by an unreliable, at times annoying, but endlessly fascinating narrator Saleem Sinai, it is a story in which reality meets myth, in which dreams turn into facts, in which countries live…

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Book Review: Stranger In The Mirror by Sidney Sheldon

Book Review: Stranger In The Mirror by Sidney Sheldon

Title: Stranger In The Mirror Author: Sidney Sheldon Publisher: Harper Genre: Crime Thriller First Publication: 1976 Language: English Major Characters: Toby Temple, Jill Castle, Clifton Lawrence, David Kenyon Setting Place: Hollywood, USA Narration: Third Person Theme:  Emotional extremes of success and failure…

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Book Review: Just Kidding Yours Destiny by Anirban Das

Book Review: Just Kidding Yours Destiny by Anirban Das

‘Just Kidding… Yours, Destiny’ is Anirban’s debut book. The introduction suggests that it’s a story of an ambitious guy named Kunal Roy whose peaceful professional and personal life drowns when a new boss arrives in his company and a new…

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