Book Review: Name, Place, Animal, Thing: An Inspiring Fable for Grown-Ups about Hope, Positivity, and Living your Best Life – by Lux Narayan

Book Blurb: “So...What do you do?”It’s a question we’ve all answered, not too well. Don’t you wish you had a better answer than your job?Join Kai’s life-changing journey in this modern fable by entrepreneur, stand-up comedian, and TED Speaker Lux Narayan.Soul-searching at that all-too-familiar crossroads in life and career, Kai learns to outgrow an impending …

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Book Review: Girl A – by Abigail Dean

Book Blurb: Abigail Dean's GIRL A, narrated by a successful lawyer living in New York who is better known to the public as Girl A, the one who escaped from a childhood of abuse at the hands of religious fanatic parents, freeing her six siblings -- when her mother dies in prison and leaves her …

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Book Review: The Missing City – by Srishti Rathour

Book Blurb: “Oh, this is so unbelievable!” Rahel exclaimed, looking up, “You say there is an entire city up there.”“It was there,” Freya said, “Now, it has gone missing.”Sumi Solanki is an introverted bibliophile while her best friend, Rahel Ouseph, is a party animal and somewhat shares Sumi’s love for books. Their simple life turns …

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Book Review: Starmics – by Utsav Bhatt

I got the opportunity to read the Preview copy of Starmics by Utsav Bhatt. Here is my review of the same: I was instantly intrigued by the concept, when I first heard it. Story of an entrepreneur in a comic format; this seemed like a perfect way to learn something new in a short time …

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Book Review: Tuesdays with Morrie – by Mitch Albom

Book Blurb: Maybe it was a grandparent, or a teacher or a colleague. Someone older, patient and wise, who understood you when you were young and searching, and gave you sound advice to help you make your way through it. For Mitch Albom, that person was Morrie Schwartz, his college professor from nearly twenty years …

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Book Review: Piranesi – by Susanna Clarke

Piranesi's house is no ordinary building: its rooms are infinite, its corridors endless, its walls are lined with thousands upon thousands of statues, each one different from all the others. Within the labyrinth of halls an ocean is imprisoned; waves thunder up staircases, rooms are flooded in an instant. But Piranesi is not afraid; he …

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Book Review: And…Perhaps Love – by Sanil Sachar

Book Blurb: A new normal has replaced the established order. Distant relationships, virtual work, blurred futures and measuring our way back to this reality occupy us every day.Negotiating these changes, Sanil Sachar's And . . . Perhaps Love will work as your companion. It is a silent observer for when you want to read it, and a …

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Book Review: Unlocking The Lockdown Stories – by Juhi Jaisinghani

Book Blurb: “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” is what the author Juhi Jaisinghani believes in. When everybody is talking about the uncertainties happening during the lockdown 2020, she tries to show you another side of it. A software engineer losing his job with no clue about his passion, a couple trying to revamp …

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Book Review: The Conspiracy Unknown : Book 1 – The Vengeance of the fallen – by Abishek Babu

Book Blurb: The story starts with the birth of a prince and the series of events that follows. Fifteen eons ago, the ‘Great War’ was fought between the Anndas and a group of revolutionaries, in which the revolutionaries came out victorious. The Anndas were chased out of the empire and were made to live in …

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