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Book Review: One last time

"Memories whether good or bad can sometimes be as deep rooted as the ripple marks that are created when a high-speed current lashes upon a sandstone with utmost force. Memories can also be like an image in a foggy mirror you... Continue Reading →

Book Review: These Hills called Home-Stories from a war zone

"I hear the land cry Over and Over again Let all the dead awaken  And teach the living  How not to die"-Temsula Ao Author:  Temsula Ao No of pages: 147 Publisher: Penguin India Format: Paperback Language: English Genre: Fiction  About the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The 365 days

Author:  Nikhil Ramteke No of pages: 178 Publisher: Write India Publishers  Format: Paperback Language: English Genre: Fiction  About the book: As the tides rise and fall life moves at a monotonous pace for Shijukutty in a small coastal village.  He... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The house that spoke

"Somehow, she seemed abruptly blown away by myriad trains of thought, which had all the left the station at once and had a terrible collision on the tracks. Suddenly she appeared as a king lost for orders, a mask lost for... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Zoon

Lol of the lonely pine The one who dazzles-have you seen that one? Upon him look! A sleepless stream in search of him I run, A restless brook. In far off woods, a lonely pine I stood Till he appeared,... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Tipping Point:How little things can make a big differance

"Look at the world around you.It may seem like an immovable, implacable place.It is not. With the slightest push-in just the right place -it can be tipped"-Malcolm Gladwell (The Tipping Point) Author:  Malcolm Gladwell No of pages: 280 Publisher: Little Brown... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Someone to love

"You often hear people saying they are sorry, but it is when you are able to see the pain in their eyes and hear the ache in their voice that you recognize that in hurting you they have hurt themselves... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Tales of Fosterganj

"It is always the same with mountains.Once you have lived with them for any length of time, you belong to them. There is no escape."-Ruskin Bond Author:  Ruskin Bond No of pages: 141 Publisher: Aleph Book Company Format: Hardcover Language: English Genre:... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Princess of a Whorehouse: The Story of a Swamp Lotus

“Empathy is not simply a matter of trying to imagine what others are going through, but having the will to muster enough courage to do something about it. In a way empathy is predicated upon hope.”- Cornel West   Author:... Continue Reading →

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