Book Review- “The Brahmin” by Ravi Shankar Etteth

Book Name- “The Brahmin” by Ravi Shankar Etteth SPOILER ALERT (though I don’t think so there are any but still as it’s a thriller so a mandatory reminder) Do you fall in love with the character of your book? I do and I always did. Though not every book has strong character and not every…

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Book Review- The Rabbit & The Squirrel- A love story about friendship

The Rabbit & The Squirrel- A love story about friendship By Siddharth Dhanvant Sanghvi, Illustrated by Stina Wirsen Friend- This book is for kids. Me- No I dont think so and even if it is I love it so much Friend- Okay if not small kids, it’s for little grown up kids but definitely not…

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Book Review- To the Brink and Back India’s 1991 story by Jairam Ramesh

Book 10 of 2020 “To the Brink and Back” India’s 1991 story by Jairam Ramesh So I had Kindle unlimited subscription till yesterday and I had to get my hands on maximum good book I can. It was a long time I read any politics related to book so I thought to give this a…

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Book Review- The Courtesan, The Mahatma and the Italian Brahmin: Tales from Indian History by Manu S Pillai

Book 9 of 2020 The Courtesan, The Mahatma and the Italian Brahmin: Tales from Indian History by Manu S Pillai Oh the fancy name and my urge to read anything history related, well here I am gone crazy with the name found it on Kindle unlimited and had to read it. (Thank God my Kindle…

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Book Review- Sherlock Holmes The Lost Stories

Book Number 8 of 2020 Book name- Sherlock Holmes The Lost Stories My views- again a Kindle unlimited find. For this book more than the book I am disappointed for myself. I remember I was in standard 8 when I read Hound of Baskerville book and since then I became a fan of Sherlock Holmes.…

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Book Review- The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Mansion

Book Name- The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck – A counterintuitive approach to living a good life by Mark Mansion My Views- I will give this book 3/5 if you are someone who have read so many self help book there is nothing new in this. It’s same old wine in a new…

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Book Rereading-Hitopadesha By Narayan Pandit

  I am no one literally no one to review this book, so while putting headline I removed review and added “Book Rereading”. Why rereading as I have read this classic Indian book in my childhood too. But at that time it was more for fun and less for learning. Its another thing that whatever…

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Book Review- Animal Farm By George Orwell

Animal Farm By George Orwell- All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others. Finished this book in a day..yes it’s that good (and obviously short too). This book was published in 1945 and said to be based on Russian Revolution of 1917. Though the book published in 1945 but it’s still…

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Musafir by Bashir Badra

Musafir by Bashir Badra I am a big shayari fan and I like Basheer Badra’s realistic approach from quite long time. I wanted to explore more of his work hence settled with this one. Coming to this book I really enjoyed reading it especially the first half. Most of his famous 2 liners are in…

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Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur- Quick Book Review

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur Let me tell you a story Sorry a poem… So what’s poetry Simply a rhyme Or a short expression Its disturbing (book) It gives hope It let you feel n heal Write down whatever you feel Short or long Just go on You never know when it becomes a…

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