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Lean in to Relationships – Review

Book: Lean into Relationships Author: Rishabh Jhol Storyline: Madeeha works in Jordan to rehabilitate Syrian refugees. Zehen, a political analyst from India, meets her in the US during their social impact program. He is intrigued and charmed by her and falls deeply in love. But the world political climate, with its accompanying cultural narratives about… Continue reading Lean in to Relationships – Review

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Randomly Ordered – A Short Review

We read stories of extraordinary people in ordinary circumstances or ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances. We never take ordinary people at ordinary circumstances, we take the daily life of a common man for granted. In this fast moving world, we are not taking some time to think and cherish the moments of the day. When… Continue reading Randomly Ordered – A Short Review

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Happy Teachers Day – A Rant of a former kid

September 5th is celebrated as the teacher’s day on the account of the birthday of one of the most famous academicians of the country S Radhakrishnan. Let us not delve too much into the details of that and stamp a token in my face along with the already stamped few. So, this is the day… Continue reading Happy Teachers Day – A Rant of a former kid

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Review: Shikhandi and Other Tales They Don’t Tell You

Shikhandi and Other Stories They Don't Tell You by Devdutt PattanaikMy rating: 4 of 5 stars Fear of the unknown is one of the biggest factors affecting the resistance to change. The nature of the human is either pray the unknown or make the unknown prey. In the age where the presumption is becoming more… Continue reading Review: Shikhandi and Other Tales They Don’t Tell You

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What makes Human a Human

What makes human a human is the question that pondered my mind for a long time. A friend of mine after reading the Sapiens, recommended by various great personalities told that Fiction is one factor that makes Homo Sapiens unique from the rest of the species. Being an idiot who takes aeons to complete a… Continue reading What makes Human a Human

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The Murders at Astaire Castle – Review & Narrator Interview

Hola Readers,Today again I am back with another review. The murders at Astaire Castle is a book in the Mac Faraday series written by Laureen Carr. This book is slightly different from the other books in the series. The story follows Mac Faraday acquiring the Astaire Castle. Mac is particular on solving the murder mysteries… Continue reading The Murders at Astaire Castle – Review & Narrator Interview

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Old Love Die Hard – Review & Author Interview

Hola Friends,After a long time, I am coming up with a double feast of a book review (Audio Book) along with the author interview of Old Lives Die Hard. Review:Ex-Homicide detective Mac Faraday is back with Old Loves Die Hard. This time it's a double murder mystery to solve. While enjoying his days with his brother and… Continue reading Old Love Die Hard – Review & Author Interview