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IF WE LAST: After Crossing a Light-year by Ishita Banik (Book Review #16)

Cover Page of the Kindle Version of the Book This book’s plot has the story narrated from three character’s perspective. Reyansh, Mahika and Avipsa. Reyansh, an Engineer from Mumbai whereas Avipsa, a college student from Kolkata, unfortunately, Mahika’s introduction isn’t clearly mentioned. When Avipsa visits Mumbai for a family get-together, there she meets with Reyansh. …

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Burn Zones: Playing Life’s Bad Hands by Jorge P. Newbery (Book Review #15)

Cover Page of the Book as on Amazon Burn Zones by Jorge P. Newbery is a memoir/autobiography of author’s fascinating life story of how he faces challenges since he was a child because he wanted to own a record company of his own. At the age of 8, he decides to run papers as a …

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The Chemical Drones by Hashwrite (Book Review #14)

Cover Page of the Kindle Version The chemical drones is a fun children’s book and this is my first time doing a review of this genre which proved out to be a breath of fresh air. This book is about fourth-graders, pretty mature than their age, very smart and intelligent as it seems by the narrative. …

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Irrationally Passionate by Jason Kothari (Book Review #13)

‘REVIEW DID AS PART OF THE BLOGADDA BOOK REVIEW PROGRAM’ Cover Page of the Paperback Version Raymond Albert Kroc had said, “The two most important requirements for major success are first, being in the right place at the right time, and second, doing something about it.” Jason Kothari in his memoir Irrationally Passionate talks about …

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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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