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19 April 2014

Recently one of my friend bought Meluhayile Chiranjeevikal, the Malayalam translation of Immortals of Meluha from Flipkart for Rs 250. A couple of days after that, Flipkart offered a 30% discount on the book which reduced its price to Rs 174. There are many book lovers like my friend, who love to buy books and read, […]

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Family Wisdom by Robin Sharma Summary

Family Wisdom by Robin Sharma Summary

28 July 2016

Reading a self-help books are real challenge. There is so much build-ups in the books that they become a pain in the ass. And by the time something substantial comes up readers calls for the quit. That is a reason people look for the summaries of such books. So without much ado or build-up here […]

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The Day the Crayons Came Home

The Day the Crayons Came Home by Drew Daywalt Review

23 July 2016

I was utterly delighted when I came to know that The Day The Crayons Came Home by Drew Daywalt will be soon releasing in India. The first book in the series The Day The Crayons Quit was a mega hit. In fact it was read in the play schools during reading session and reader of […]

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Six Machine by Chris Gayle

Six Machine by Chris Gayle Review

22 July 2016

Rating: ‘Autobiographies are boring’ my childhood chum always used to say. Anyhow I never find them boring. It is always interesting to read about other people’s life. I hold this opinion till I read Six Machine by Chris Gayle. I always remember Chris Gayle as a hard hitter if caught early means that half of […]

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Ace against odd by sania mirza

Ace against Odds by Sania Mirza Review

22 July 2016

Sania Mirza, tennis superstar who made playing tennis famous in India especially in Andra Pradesh and Telangana. Though Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi has made their mark in tennis but it became a rage after the wild card entry of Sania Mirza. Many tennis academy were open in both the states. Sania has always remain […]

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Baby Touch: Playbook Board book by Ladybird Review

22 July 2016

Rating: My entire family is a bibliophile. Except a few all are avid readers. So when my son was born we all thought he will like books as well. But sadly that was not the case. He simply used to cover his ears with his hands as his indicatetion to finish the reading session, Please. A […]

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family wisdom by robin sharma

Family Wisdom by Robin Sharma Review

22 July 2016

Rating: Julian, The Monk from the book The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma is back. This time his gems of wisdom is for family. So after showing the right way of living in The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, making great leaders in Leadership Wisdom, Robin Sharma’s latest offering is a parental […]

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Marry Me Stranger by Novoneel

Marry Me, Stranger by Novoneel Chakraborty

10 July 2016

Rating: While I was searching Just Books library thinking about what to read next, the librarian suggested to read Marry Me, Stranger by Novoneel Chakraborty the first book in the Stranger series if I’m looking to read any suspense thriller. I was septic picking up the book but the librarian insisted and I relented. Well […]

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What To Expect The Toddler Year by Heidi Eisenberg Murkoff Review

09 July 2016

Rating: I have read four books in What To Expect series by Heidi Murkoff. They are What to Expect When You’re Expecting, What to Expect the 1st Year, What to Expect Before You’re Expecting and fourth being The Toddler Years. Since my extended family lives far away, which is the case for most of the […]

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Let It Snow by John Green, Lauren Myracle and Maureen Johnson Review

03 July 2016

Rating: Romance took a backstage in my life after the arrival of my son. And when I crave for few such moments in my life romantic books are my only solace. It was during such moments that I pick up Let It Snow written by three authors : John Green, Lauren Myracle and Maureen Johnson. […]

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The Kiss Of Life by Emraan Hashmi Review

02 July 2016

Rating: When I came to know about the news that Emraan Hashmi was writing a memoir something I was sure about that this untitled book will have the letter kiss in it. Well my guess was not superfluous. The book indeed is titled The kiss of life. But the book is not at all like […]

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The Test Of My Life by Yuvraj Singh Review

29 April 2016

Rating: The Test of My Life by Yuvraj Singh was the last book read or rather heard by my Uncle who was diagnosed with Fourth stage of Liver Cancer. I read the book to him. He was almost at the last stage of his life. And was suffering from the after-effects of chemo. He survived […]

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Legacy Letters from Eminent Parents to Their Daughters by Sudha Menon

Legacy: Letters from Eminent Parents to Their Daughters by Sudha Menon

20 April 2016

While surfing through Facebook I saw a post liked by my friend. It was a letter written by a mother for her daughter. I thought of reading it as it was written by Chanda Kochhar, MD of ICICI Bank to her daughter Aarti. The letter was heart rendering. Similarly there are many such inspiring letters […]

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jangshersingh.com by vishal bhatia

Jangshersingh.com by Vishal Bhatia Review

23 March 2016

Rating: The book jangshersingh.com by Vishal Bhatia was a welcome break for me after reading three non-fiction books all written by celebrities like Twinkle Khanna, Shilpa Shetty and Sonali Bendre in a row. Jangshersingh.com is the debut novel by Vishal Bhatia. It’s a tennis sports thriller. Well in a cricket crazy country where movies and […]

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straight drive by Sunil Gavaskar

Straight Drive by Sunil Gavaskar Review

01 January 2016

Rating: Straight Drive by Sunil Gavaskar in some ways will be a memorable book for me. It is the first book which I read to my little son. Though it is odd to read out an adult book to a baby but I was like very interested in reading it and somehow my son was […]

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