The House of Hades by Rick Riordan Review

he House of Hades by Rick Riordan

The House of Hades by Rick Riordan is the first book I read in my brand new Google Nexus 7. I bought it from Flipkart.com in its Diwali Dhamaka offer at Rs 8,999 only. It was too tempting offer to resist. Anyways coming back to the The House of Hades. The House of Hades …

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The Cuckoo’s Calling by J.K. Rowling

The Cuckoo’s Calling by J.K. Rowling

There was a great confusion who wrote The Cuckoo’s Calling. Some sites says it was Robert Galbraith and other says it was J.K. Rowling. The black clouds over the author’s name got dispersed when Rowling asserted that the novel was written by her and published under the pseudonym “Robert Galbraith”. …

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Jaya by Devdutt Pattanaik Review

Jaya by Devdutt Pattanaik

We all know the story of Mahabharata thanks to B.R. Chopra serial on Mahabharata and recently aired new Mahabharata on Star Plus. So we read Jaya by Devdutt Pattanaik who retells the epic in the book. Why we read something which we already know? Dr Devdutt, a very renowned Hindu …

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The Elephant Catchers by Subroto Bagchi Review

The Elephant Catchers by Subroto Bagchi

Subroto Bagchi as the Gardener of MindTree is nourishing Top 100 Minds of his company as the future leader but through his various business books he is nourishing millions of young minds who are at the threshold of starting their career. The Elephant Catchers is the latest offering to young entrepreneurs who are finding …

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2 States by Chetan Bhagat Review

2 States by Chetan Bhagat

I’ve recently completed reading 2 States by Chetan Bhagat. And I can clearly see the difference between the writing of his first three books and 2 States: The Story of my Marriage. His first three books Five Point Someone, One night @the call centre and Three Mistakes of My Life …

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I too Has a Love Story by Ravinder Singh Review

I too Has a Love Story by Ravinder Singh

I started reading I too Has a Love Story by Ravinder Singh after completing The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton. The two are completely different novels belonging to different genre, different writing style so it took me quite a while to adjust to the writing of Ravinder Singh. I too had a Love …

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The Krishna Key by Ashwin Sanghi Review

The Krishna Key by Ashwin Sanghi

The first thing which strike me while I started reading The Krishna Key by Ashwin Sanhhi was the striking writing similarity with Dan Brown. Ashwin’s writing style was no doubt inspired or copied, I don’t know which is right, by Dan Brown. The Krishna Key was written on the same lines of …

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Extended Metaphors: Definition, Examples and more!

Of all the literary devices that writers use to bring their stories to life, a metaphor remains one of the most popular. The act of comparing one thing to another may sound simple, but it’s proved popular over the centuries, as authors, poets, songwriters, and everyday people wield it to explain something …

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Men of Steel by Vir Sanghvi Review

Men of Steel by Vir Sanghvi

Men of Steel by Vir Sanghvi is by far the best book I have read on the businessman. You must have read many books, articles talking incessantly about businessmen, their future plans for the company, turnovers and profits. But Men of Steel is different. Vir Sanghvi has interviewed top contemporary …

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