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The Storytelling God - Review

Who doesn’t love a good story? A good story is one that grabs you and pulls you in at all twists and turns of the story until the ending. 367 more words

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The kite flyers

 Blurb: A humane tale of childhood friendships, painful severance and soaring, joyful redemption.  Kumar and Raman are champion kite flyers, and Lakshmi makes superb barfis. The friends live and play together in the idyllic environs on the shores of the Kaveri river, learning about life from the friendly peanut seller. 356 more words

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A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini, London: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2007

Reviewed By Md. Mizanur Rahman, pursuing masters at South Asian University

After reading three consecutive books on Afghanistan, first Ahmed Rashid’s Taliban: the story of Afghan Warlords… 922 more words

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The Distance Between Us by Kasie West

There’s nothing like meeting the man of your dreams…. at a doll store.
Caymen Meyers lives above and works in a porcelain-doll store owned by her mother, tucked away in quiet, wealthy town. 25 more words

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National Library Week: Thursday Book

I know, I know, I missed our date yesterday.  I’m sorry.  I just got busy with work, okay?  Jeeze.  I’m here today, aren’t I?

I even brought you some vicarious sensual romance: 205 more words

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Are angels going to be the next big thing? Branded by Keary Taylor

“Jessica’s had the nightmares for as long as she can remember. Nightmares of being judged for people who have died, of being branded by the angels. 518 more words

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The Sydney Passengers reviews The Lighter Side of Sherlock Holmes, The Sherlockian Artwork of Norman Schatell

The Sydney Passengers reviews The Lighter Side of Sherlock Holmes, The Sherlockian Artwork of Norman Schatell

“Although I was aware of the name, I don’t know that I had seen more than a couple of Norman Schatell’s Sherlockian cartoons so I approached this collection with a great deal of anticipation. 165 more words

Sherlock Holmes And Arthur Conan Doyle