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Book Review: Message in a Bottle by Nicholas Sparks

Shimmering with suspense and emotional intensity, Message in a Bottle by Nicholas Sparks takes readers on a hunt for the truth about a man and his memories, and about both the heartbreaking fragility and enormous strength of love.

Book Review: P. S. I Love You by Cecelia Ahern

P S I Love You by Cecelia Ahern starts with Holley Kennedy keeping to herself a few months after the death of her husband Gerry Clarke. Holly and Gerry have been together since high school and Holly's world revolved around Gerry since then.

Book Review: I Prescribe Love by Lavnya Krishnamurthy

I Prescribe Love by Lavnya Krishnamurthy is a breezy read yet it compels reader to think of mad ways of the world. The characters are very convincing and well crafted. There are many good dialogues and quotes that I kept highlighting.

Book Review: Not A Fairytale by Monika Bharti

Not a Fairytale by Monica Bharti is such a fun book to read with a fantastic couple at the centre and some wonderful side characters who never failed to entertain.

Book Review: Thank You Richa by Rima Sen

Richa and Kadhir have been friends since school. Kadhir is now a famous cricketer and Richa is an air-hostess in a well established airline company. Life is looking pretty good for Kadhir, he's happily married to Shenbaga for twelve years and a successful cricketer,

Book Review: Dhruv by Karan Verma

Dhruv by Karan Verma is a fantastic story with so many components and a ton to say about life. The characters felt so alive. The setting and the description of Banaras felt familiar.

Book Review: The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

After I finished reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky the second time, I tried to put my finger on what makes this book special. It wasn’t the great quotes or the characters, but how poignant this book is.

Book Review: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

The premise of Attachments by Rainbow Rowell is pretty basic; Lincoln is a shy and socially awkward individual who never quite got over the heartbreak caused by his high school sweetheart.

Book Review: A Walk To Remember by Nicholas Sparks

The charm of this lovely novel, A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks, all lies in its simplicity and purity; the quiet setting, the easy plot, the everyday characters and the beautiful and breath-taking, yet uncomplicated love story that'll make you believe in the most wonderful of fairy-tales

Book Review: The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks will make you fall even more in love with love stories. If you are not a fan of romance stories then The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks is definitely what you need.

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Book Review: A Silent Takeover by Sarvananda Chandrashekaraiah

A Silent Takeover was intense and suspenseful, and was a thriller to its very core. This book flows so smoothly, at a nice brisk pace. It’s one that you could easily read in a day or two if you were so inclined. There is an intriguing plot, lots of twists, some wonderful characters, plenty of clues, suspects, and a good dose of thrill.

Book Review: Finding Your Seat at the Table by Teboho Mofokeng

Finding Your Seat at the Table by Teboho Mofokeng is a tremendously valuable book for anyone who is looking not for a job, but a career that offers control, autonomy, and gives you a sense of fulfillment. The subtitle of this book reveals the main theme of the book: “Creating the Ideal Career”. This book will give you the step by step plan to achieve it.

Book Review: The Martian by Andy Weir

The Martian by Andy Weir is a hard science fiction novel about one man being stranded on Mars and trying not to die. It features such riveting activities as growing potatoes using your own faeces as part of the soil and repair work on multiple pieces of equipment. Mark Watney was part of a six-person crew that constituted the third manned expedition to Mars. The mission was to remain on the Red Planet for thirty-one days, but six days into their stay, a huge dust storm blew up with ferocious winds that forced the crew to abandon the mission.

Book Review: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society was a really clever gradual unfolding of friendship and the suffering undergone by the captive population of Guernsey during the occupation of the Third Reich during the early 1940's.