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An Island Where Magic Unfolds….

I heard someone whispering… “Shhhh… let’s go outside and talk, humans are sleeping” said one book to another. I was pretending to sleep; I knew always in my heart that real magic lies within these pages. I woke up and saw outside the window, it was magical beyond words can explain. So this is it, this is what granddad told…

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In Search Of Love by Piyushi Dhir

 Book: In Search of Love Author: Piyushi Dhir      Genre: Romance Fiction A book that is a perfect read for a weekend. A sweet, romantic and relatable, love story which is beautifully penned by the author. There are few lines in the book that just hit the right cord, like In a Solitary planet, all on his own  Dark and dim,…

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True Liars By Isha Inamdar

Book: True Liars Author: Isha Inamdar      Genre: Romance Fiction I am a true romantic at heart and a big fan of cheesy cliché Hindi romantic movies. When it comes to romance fiction books, I enjoy the world they create and believe you me most of the time I fall in love with the characters in it. The day it arrived…

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Random and Fun facts about books

A perfect weekend can never be perfect without a good book, at least for me. Reading makes me calm and keeps me sane amidst the daily dose of a toddler tantrum, writing assignments and household chores. Every night, I fall for a vicious circle of just one more chapter then I am off to sleep and regret it the next…

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Shiva trilogy by Amish Tripathi

Book: Shiva Trilogy Author: Amish Tripathi Genre: Fiction(Mythology) Neither I am an atheist nor someone who can describe the verses of Mahabharata or Ramayana at the tip of my fingers. I bought the first book of Shiva Trilogy which is “The Immortals of Maluha” for two reasons. One, that I liked the cover page while going through many books on…

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Mrs. Funnybones (Book Review)

Book: Mrs. Funnybones Author: Twinkle Khanna Genre: Non-fiction (Humor) I enjoy reading Twinkle Khanna’s writing.  Whether it is her book like Mrs.Funnybones or any article. One of my favorites among many is an article she wrote back in 2014 (I think) about hope and a red lipstick. A weird combination you think? Read it and you will agree with me… About the…

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