A Walk to Remember
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A Walk to Remember

A Walk to Remember – by Nicholas Spark Some love stories are just so common. Girl met boy, they became good friends and then then journey began. But as far as this book is concerned, it is something unusual. Here two people met coincidently, became good friends and then as …

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From a fan’s perspective

A person who doesn’t love a good book is a person without a soul. If you go and ask a true book lover, what is your favorite author? They will tell you, there are plenty of them or they will come to a confused state of mind where they give …

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What's a book beyond the words?
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What’s a book beyond the words?

Can a book be defined in a definitive way? NO, a book lover would say. A book without doubt is the most multifaceted physical entity in the world. If you have immersed yourself brain-deep in a book, embraced it until the very last word of the very last page and …

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A book to teach you Peace
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A book to teach you Peace

“When you’re inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all of your thoughts breaks their bonds: your mind transcends limitations, your consciousness expands in every direction and you find yourself in a new, great and wonderful world. Dormant forces, faculties and talents become alive and you discover yourself to …

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Going Back To The Old Favourites.
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Going Back To The Old Favourites.

Remember the times in your childhood, adolescence or even early adult life when you used to passionately read story books and novels. They may have been the Harry Potter series (in my case), the adventure and fantasy tales,like The Hardy Boys, the comic books or the classics. Those were the …

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Paranoia: Joseph Finder , Book Review
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Paranoia: Joseph Finder , Book Review

 ‘If you can’t cry, you’re not alive.’ -Joseph Finder, Paranoia It has been almost six years since I had first read Paranoia by Joseph Finder and now it has been portrayed on the silver screen. I had obviously pictured all the action and emotion that made me like the book …

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A Few Pages of Miracle

I couldn’t have claimed to be an addict of romance genre, had I not read the profoundly magical pages of “Love Story” written by Erich Sehgal, an American author. The story, requires no introduction, for its romantic yet funny and subtly tragic plot, does the work too perfectly. It introduces …

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For the Love of Books: The Never ending Story
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For the Love of Books: The Never ending Story

Books, one of the most important invention of mankind. Without books life would be different in a subtle way. all men would be critiques and cynical because learning only from the world around them would make them so. Books give us opportunity to unshackle our spirits from the worldly sufferings …

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Back to School: How To Be Smarter in 12 Short Books

The sad thing in today’s multi-gadgetted, rat-race world is that a lot of people consider their phone apps a better use of their time than a book. But if you are one of those who still values a good book but doesn’t seem to have the time to actually read …

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The Bell Jar
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The Bell Jar

“To the person in the bell jar, blank and stopped as a dead baby, the world itself is a bad dream.” The Bell Jar is a realistic, agonizingly emotional novel by Sylvia Plath showcasing the fight of a talented young woman against her inner demons and her gradual fall into …

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