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The Writer’s Code | Heena Shrivastava | Book Review

The Writer's Code by Heena Shrivastava breaks down the process of writing and publishing for the budding authors out there. It succinctly shares inputs on the knick-knacks of authoring a book and taking the word out in the market.

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A Man with a White Shadow | Vikram Suryawanshi | Book Review

A Man with a White Shadow by Vikram Suryawanshi is contemporary fiction with philosophical underpinnings. It starts with Lord Ganesha expressing his desire to land on Earth and eradicate all the wrong and negativity prevalent on the planet.

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To the Survivors | Robert Uttaro | Book Review

To the Survivors by Robert Uttaro encapsulates the author's experiences when he volunteered as a counsellor at the rape crisis centre at Ashville. He got to interact with other volunteers and the rape survivors. He also heard their stories that left him shaken and thinking.

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A.L.L.I.E.D: Accelerated Learning Lessons In Education Development | Srisesha | Book Review

Allied by Srisesha introduces us to the new, expert, and accelerated methodology of learning. This book explains several stages of learning and presents a few models to learn effectively.

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Inner Trek: A Reluctant Pilgrim in the Himalayas | Mohan Ranga Rao | Book Review

Inner Trek is the tale of a retired Indian businessman Mohan Rao who finds himself on an adventurous journey to Kailash Mansarovar, a holy mountain pilgrimage in Tibet, after being threatened by a Bangalore mob boss.

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The Different Bride | Charu Singh | Book Review

The Different Bride by Charu Singh is a story of unadulterated love that transcends the barriers of norms to fulfil itself. It is a story of Chan and Prakash who come together despite differences.

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Two-Sided Dilemma | Divyansh Bhatnagar | Book Review

Two-Sided Dilemma by Divyansh Bhatnagar is a contemporary novel of Raghav on a roller coaster encompassing love, passion, and conflicts. He is well on his way to discovering himself and finding the purpose of his life.

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3 & The Emerald Stone of Irene | Vinod Raman Nair | Book Review

3 & The Emerald Stone of Irene by Vinod Raman Nair revolves around the conquest of Byzantium in 782 AD. Byzantium is the stone with the light of fortune, referred to in history as Noor-e-Abbasid.

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You Are Too Much | Saurabh Kumar Das | Book Review

You Are Too Much by Saurabh Kumar Das is a contemporary fiction set around Aarav, Reesha, Arpita, and Arjun. Aarav and Reesha are deeply in love. However, the journey of their fairytale is not smooth.

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30 Times When Your Conscience Needs You / 30 टाइम्स वेन यौर कॉन्श्न्स नीड्स यू | Aarushi Jain

30 Times When Your Conscience Needs You is a collection of 30 chapters wherein the author has described a different way to look at a particular situation with a new perspective and way of analysing things.

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Til Death We Do Part | Bruno Beaches | Book Review

Til Death We Do Part by Bruno Beaches is a contemporary fiction that is dark and gripping yet easy to get into and amusing. It gets as real as possible to showcase the vagaries of a profession and marriage.

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Sri Sai Sat Charitra for Kids | Ishwar Joshi Awalgaonkar | Book Review

Sri Sai Sat Charitra is a biography based on the true-life stories of Sai Baba of Shirdi. Originally written by Shri. Govind Raghunath Dabholkar alias Hemadpant, the original edition of the Sai Satcharitra was published in Marathi on 26 November 1930.

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Book Review of The Girl Who Smiled by Sanya Nakra

The Girl Who Smiled by Sanya Nakra is the story of a young Delhi girl who puts her seemingly perfect life at stake, only to receive an abundance of pain. This story follows Ananya in her late twenties as she goes crazy in the wilderness of love and passion. But when the bubble bursts, nothing remains the same.

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Verses from the Pyre | Glenn Fernandes | Book Review

Verses from the Pyre by Glenn Fernandes is a collection of 38 poems and 5 open letters. While the poems majorly revolve around the sense of belonging, affection, and freedom; the open letters are addressed to cosmetic industries, patriarchy, cinema, trolls, and the LGBTQ+ community.

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Hallowed Ties | Sudatta Mukherjee | Book Review

Hallowed Ties by Sudatta Mukherjee is a coming-of-age story of Lily who grows up with dreams in her eyes. She loves Calcutta but believes that her escape from patriarchal norms would only be to seek education. She moves to London and then life further takes her around Cambridge and Melbourne.