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No Limits by Mukesh Bansal (Book Review #12)

Cover Page of the Paperback Version Another book of the non-fiction genre that fell into my lap seems to have increased my love for the same. No Limits by Mukesh Bansal is a book that has content on how to be a good performer professionally. As the Blurb mentions rightly that this book gives wisdom that can …

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The Patriot’s Legacy: Forbidden Treasure by Apurva Bhuta (Book Review #11)

‘REVIEW DID AS PART OF THE BLOGCHATTER BOOK REVIEW PROGRAM’ Cover Page of the Paperback Version The Patriots’ Legacy: Forbidden Treasure is a book about seven architecture & archaeology enthusiasts who are on a quest to explore a treasure of the patriots that have been hidden since centuries. The ancestors of these seven young adventurers were …

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Time Guard – The Awakening by Anmol Batra (Book Review #10)

Cover Page of the Paperback Version Time Guard – The Awakening by Anmol Batra is a book about the protagonist Arjun’s ability to travel as a soul both backward and forward in time. Do people like him exist in this world? Have you ever come across someone like Arjun or heard a time-travel story?  Swati, the female …

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How To Be A Likeable Bigot by Naomi Datta (Book Review #9)

‘REVIEW DID AS PART OF THE BLOGADDA BOOK REVIEW PROGRAM’ Cover Page of the Paperback Version The famous English Idiom “Don’t judge a book by its cover”, is apt for the book How To Be A Likable Bigot, one look at the cover and no one can guess on the content inside. I am not …

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Midwinter Turns To Spring by Maria Veloso (Book Review #8)

Cover Page of the Book as on Amazon Midwinter Turns To Spring is a book filled with romance and valuable relationships intricacies, a unique book which I came across that comes with its own musical soundtrack CD. These songs are detrimental to the novels’ plot, therefore, reveals the soul of the storyline in their lyrics co-written …

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A Drop of You by Krishna Chhetri (Book Review #7)

Cover Page of the Paperback Version A drop of you is a story of three characters namely, Karma, Diana and Ghazal who are in love with each other forming a cliched love triangle plot. The story begins with the introduction of Karma and Ghazal in a party with their friends, revealing how they met later on as you would flip through the pages.  Diana’s character then comes into the picture, she and Karma are inseparable childhood …

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Bending over Backwards by Carlo Pizzati (Book Review #6)

‘REVIEW DID AS PART OF THE BLOGCHATTER BOOK REVIEW PROGRAM’ Cover Page of the Paperback Version Bending over Backwards is a travelogue of the author, Carlo Pizzati, a journalist and an author by profession, about his journey around the globe, to find a cure for a severe backache that has been sapping his energy for over …

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