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Baaz by Anuja Chauhan ~ Book Review

I was pretty excited to read about a story based on Indian Air Force. Having read quiet a bit about the American Marines, the Mi6 secret agents I was curious and excited to read about some desi faujis I.e. 892 more words

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Someone to Love by Ruchita Misra, Book Review

Here it is, the 1st #bookreview of 2017 on the Blog. A love story I picked up as I loved the last book the author Ruchita Misra wrote – … 540 more words

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The ISI of Pakistan by Hein G. Kiessling

The countries of South Asia constitute one of the most conflict-prone areas in the world. India and Pakistan, with their well-equipped military forces, face each other in a politically volatile situation…. 587 more words

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Three Harper Collins’ Books

Harper Collins just won the Best Publisher Of The Year at the Tata Lit Fest (CONGRATS!!!). This is the first time this award has been given and it’s been given to HP India. 620 more words

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One half from the East by Nadia Hashimi, Book Review

​Afghanistan based stories are rich in the human experience. The stories that come out of there are deeply immersed in afghani culture and traditions; At times so prominent of the local legends and practices that it’s baffling and beautiful at the same time. 1,038 more words

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A Forgotten Affair by Kanchana Banerjee | Book Review

There is an old saying – You don’t know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’ve been. This may sound philosophical and yet, if you delve behind the deeper meaning of these words, you may be unable to deny their truth. 545 more words


My review of Neon Noon by Tanuj Solanki

This book read like a literary thriller. Loved it. Learnt from it.

Some thoughts about the experience (Spoiler alert):


Do read the blurb of the book for the plot and then read my review. 1,286 more words