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The Public Library by Robert Dawson Review

The Public Library by Robert Dawson

Ritu MantriFeatured Reviews / Non- Fiction I have always been an avid reader and library in school and college was my favorite place. I have a soft corner for every department, every bookshelf in the department and all the books in those shelf. So when I got my hands on …

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The Accidental Prime Minister by Sanjaya Baru Review

The Accidental Prime Minister : The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh by Sanjaya Baru

If you are regular to news debate, then one could hardly miss the newly launched book The Accidental Prime Minister : The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh by Sanjaya Baru. It has created an uproar. Congress vehemently refuting the content of the book and mercilessly criticizing Sanjaya Baru, the former media adviser …

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Adultery by Paulo Coelho Review

Adultery by Paulo Coelho

I was really confused why I spend three days in reading Adultery by Paulo Coelho when I didn’t like the book at all from the very beginning. It could be because, it was written by the author of the world famous bestseller novel The Alchemist. I kept hoping against the …

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The Big Connect by Shaili Chopra Review

The Big Connect by Shaili Chopra

A year or two ago I was never interested in politics. But suddenly I was excited about the Anna Hazare movement and later on rise of AAP, Gujarat model and about Narendra Modi (now Prime Minister of India). How that happen? I got this answer while reading The Big Connect …

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Private India by Ashwin Sanghi Review

Private India by Ashwin Sanghi

Private India by Ashwin Sanghi and James Patterson has unique features of two well known writers of the world. The plot has exhaustive research which is the specialty of Ashwin Sanghi’s writing and also gripping suspense till the end which is the trademark of James Patterson. Together they had produced …

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The Palace of Illusion by Chitra Banerjee Review

The Palace of Illusion by Chitra Banerjee

I was itching to read The Palace of Illusion by Chitra Banerjee from a long time. After reading Mrityunjaya by Shivaji Sawant, I was quite smitten with the Hindu Mythology especially Mahabharata. The creativity of imagination in authors amaze me. I’ve already read Mahabharata from Karna POV(Mrityunjaya by Shivaji Sawant), …

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Bird in a Banyan Tree by Bina Ramani Review

Bird in a Banyan Tree

A very popular saying that ‘Life is not Bed of Roses’ fits very well for the famous fashion designer, entrepreneur, restaurateur, social worker, visionary and a socialite Bina Ramani. She was born in a very conservative and yet wealthy Sikh family, brought up first in Mumbai then in London and is known …

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