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The Big Switch by John Thomas Review

The Big Switch by John Thomas

The Big Switch by John Thomas is the first book I have read on my brand new Kindle Paperwhite. I read the entire book without holding it once. The joy of reading on Kindle enhanced two fold because the book itself was awesome. Simple Words Conveys Powerful Message “सादगी में …

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Battling Injustice by Supriya Vani Review

Battling Injustice by Supriya Vani Review

Battling Injustice by Supriya Vani is the biographical compilations of the life of 16 women Nobel Peace Laureates. The Nobel Peace Award is the most prestigious award granted for the promotion of peace. This book highlights the sacrifices and battles these women waged against injustice and to make this world …

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Perfect by Cecelia Ahern Review

Perfect by Cecelia Ahern Review

I must admit one thing before beginning to express my thoughts about the book Perfect by Cecelia Ahern, that I am not into reading Dystopian Fiction genre. Somehow I find this genre to be regressive and repressive and a little too violent. I picked up this book only because it …

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One Minute Superdad by Dr. Prashant Jindal Review

One Minute Superdad by Dr. Prashant Jindal Review

I have started reading parenting books three years ago after donning the mother’s hat. Since then I have read many parenting books. My favorite being Modern Gurukul by Sonali Bendre, Spiritual Parenting by Gopika Kapoor. One Minute Superdad by Prashant Jindal being the latest and I think I will treasure it all …

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Mango People in Banana Republic by Vishak Shakti

Mango people in Banana Republic by Vishak Shakti

Mango people in Banana Republic by Vishak Shakti is political and spiritual combination novel, but somehow I didn’t enjoy reading the book as much as expected. The novel has an eye catching title and I was wondering how India is a banana republic. I read the entire novel and never …

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