Daily Archives: September 26, 2019

The Gods of Guilt by Michael Connelly Review

Michael Connelly

It took me just one and half day to read Michael Connelly newly release book The Gods of Guilt. It is the sixth book in The Lincoln Lawyer series. There was so much awe of “what will happen next” that I have to literally tear myself away from the book …

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Hatching Twitter by Nick Bilton Review

Hatching Twitter by Nick Bilton

I was some what surprised  when I started reading Hatching Twitter by Nick Bilton. It is a non fiction book written in a fiction novel style. At least its beginning was something like that itself. The books tells everything about how Twitter came to live and all the politics running …

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I even Funnier by James Patterson Review

I even Funnier by James Patterson

I even Funnier by James Patterson is the sequel of I Funny which is the first book in  a middle school story  series. It is an ideal book for the kids age group 8 to 12 years. Though I am grown up now but I still enjoy reading kids book more than anything. They are …

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The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt Review

The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt

Oh I was smiling all the while reading letters of the unsatisfied and complaining crayons and seeing the color filling of the child named Duncan, with my little kid, he was giggling. I’m still smiling while writing the review of this picture book The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt. …

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The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks Review

The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks

For me and the my book world team Nicholas Sparks is the King of Romance. He knows exactly where lies the nerves of love and is always successful in touching them through his novels. His new novel The Longest Ride also manage to create the same magic. Love was in …

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Eat Move Sleep by Tom Rath Review

Eat Move Sleep

The bestseller motivational author Tom Rath has done years of detail research on lifestyle and how small changes in your eating, moving and sleeping habits would help you to lead a healthy and longer life. It is all complied in a book called Eat Move Sleep: How Small Choices Lead …

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Shadow Spell by Nora Roberts Review

Shadow Spell by Nora Roberts

Shadow Spell by Nora Roberts is the second book in The Cousins O’Dwyer Trilogy series. The first book The Dark Witch was a bestseller and fans were eagerly waiting for the next title to release so was I. Though I was mildly impressed with Dark Witch but still was looking forward to read …

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Can Love Happen Twice? by Ravindra Singh Review

Can Love Happen Twice?

While Ravinder Singh is penning his next book I thought of reading Can Love Happen Twice? to know what happen to Ravin after her lady love passed away. Can Love Happen Twice? is the sequel of national bestseller I Too Had A Love Story through which Ravinder Singh took the readers by rage from …

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Asura by Anand Neelakantan Review

Asura by Anand Neelakantan

Asura is the story of Ravana, the not so great asura king. It starts right from his birth and goes beyond his death as the story is told from the point of view of two people. One is Ravana himself and other is Bhadra, a slave of Ravana. Asura by …

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