Book Review: The Godfather by Mario Puzo

Book Review: The Godfather by Mario Puzo

The Godfather by Mario Puzo is one of the best pieces of literature ever written. Mario Puzo paints this elaborate picture of the Sicilian mafia through the eyes of Michael Corleone…

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Book Review: The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith

Book Review: The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith

The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith is an introduction to the new detective Cormoran Strike. It is really a good mystery where the murder actually gets investigated methodically and the picture is gradually revealed through interviews and evidence gathering.

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Book Review: Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell

Book Review: Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell

Despite boasts that Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell is “the greatest romance of our time,” this approximately 1,000-page book is not just a romance.

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Book Review: She: Screw Silence! by Reecha Agarwal Goyal

Book Review: She: Screw Silence! by Reecha Agarwal Goyal

There have been so many books on feminism in last couple of years. Reecha Agarwal Goyal explores this theme in this wonderful book of micro-tales She: Screw Silence.

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Book Review: Shhh! Don’t Talk about Mental Health by Arjun Gupta

Book Review: Shhh! Don’t Talk about Mental Health by Arjun Gupta

Shhh! Don’t Talk about Mental Health by Arjun Gupta is one of the most beautifully written books I have read about mental health and illness. Inspiration almost drips off the pages.

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Book Review: Who Blunders and How? by Robin Banerjee

Book Review: Who Blunders and How? by Robin Banerjee

Title: Who Blunders and How? Author: Robin Banerjee Publisher: Sage Publications Genre: Business, Strategy & Management First Publication: 2019 Language: English   Book Summary: Who Blunders and How? by Robin Banerjee Many big companies—famous brands, once loved and revered—often disappear into oblivion mainly…

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Book Review: Khantastic by Sanjukta Nandy

Book Review: Khantastic by Sanjukta Nandy

True to its title, Khantastic is chock-full of fantastic anecdotes and stories about the Khans, the legends of the Indian Film Industry.

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Book Review: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Book Review: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

In the Book Thief by Markus Zusak, author uses a rich, multi-layered blend of allegory, metaphor and symbolism to create amidst the dirt and depression of Germany during the late 30s and 40s a stark vision of historical and philosophical…

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Book Review: The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne

Book Review: The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne

Title: The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas Author: John Boyne Publisher: David Fickling Books Genre: Historical Fiction First Publication: 2006 Language: English Major Characters: Bruno, Gretel, Shmuel, Lieutenant Kotler, Pavel Bruno’s Mother and Father, Eva Braun Setting Place: Berlin, Germany and Auschwitz,…

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Book Review: Steve Jobs : The Exclusive Biography  by Walter Isaacson

Book Review: Steve Jobs : The Exclusive Biography by Walter Isaacson

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson is unique in its description of industrial design and products. There are literally hundreds of pages on this topic. One cannot decouple the industrial design decisions from Steve Jobs.

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