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Chronicle Books: Spring Releases (Two Reviews)

During this month, you saw Yash’s review of Lately Lily and Janet’s review of Busy Bunny Days. Both of these titles are part of Chronicle’s spring selection/releases and we were given the chance to review these books for you by Raincoast Books. 451 more words

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The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin

The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin
Published by Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
Review copy provided by She Reads

A.J. Fikry is going through a pretty rough time – his wife recently passed away in a tragic accident, his independent book store, Island Books, is not doing well, and his prized possession, a rare collection of Poe poems (which he’s planned to cash in and use as his retirement plan someday) has just been stolen from his home. 209 more words

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The Big Connect: Politics in the Age of Social Media by Shaili Chopra

The Big Connect: Politics in the Age of Social Media by Shaili Chopra could not have been released at a more appropriate time than this: when the country is in the midst of the General Assembly elections. 199 more words

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L is Love that shits

No blog marathon on this blog can be completed without book reviews :-)

Title – Love that shits
Author – Chandru Bhojwani
Price – 195/- 175 more words

Blogging Marathon

Unsettled by Neelima Vinod

Unsettled is a novella by Neelima Vinod, the book was sent to me as a review copy by Indireads. Thank you Naheed for the book. It is a story of a couple, Divya and Raghav, and a Yakshi. 369 more words

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Mini-reviews of Recent NetGalley finds: Glitter and Glue, Above, and The Haven

Glitter and Glue by Kelly Corrigan
Published by Ballantine Books
Review copy received from NetGalley

This quote, from the publisher’s summary, I think sums up the book extremely well.

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Burning Sapphires by Suresh K Goswami

I received an autographed copy of ‘Burning Sapphires by Suresh K Goswami’, from none other than the author himself. Thank you Sir, for the beautiful book. 611 more words

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