I'm not twenty four - a review
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I’m not twenty four – a review

I’M NOT TWENTY FOUR       I’VE BEEN NINETEEN FOR FIVE YEARSAUTHOR                  :                       Sachin GargPUBLISHER            :                       Shristi Publishers and DistributorsPRICE                       :                       Rs. 100It’s quite an old book but definitely worth a read!A girl’s perspective and that too from a guy’s narrative; sarcastic humor and intriguing characters, what a deadly combination! When I …

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The similarity of Novels and our lives
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The similarity of Novels and our lives

Novels have always been part of “the literature that is born from the heart and which conveys the life of a person with the utmost intricacy with showing the surroundings where that person lives plus moulding out the various characters in his daily life.”    Nowadays publishers tend to concentrate …

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Animal Farm A landmark in political literature
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Animal Farm: A landmark in political literature

Absolute power can propel anyone out of his wits and drive him corrupt and perilous. This is the subject of George Orwell’s short novel, which lucidly and vividly delineates the reason of failure of Communism. Animal Farm, an allegorical novel, is a sarcastic and a pungent satire on totalitarianism, very particularly …

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Book review Its your move wordfreak
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Book review: It’s your move, wordfreak!

It’s your move, wordfreak! by Falguni Kothari From the blurb “Wordfreak and Worddiva hit it off right from their first online Scrabble game. Playing game after game every night leads to fun and flirty chats and a cerebral attraction so potent that it sizzles the broadband connection between them. The …

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Upcoming writer shines in the 2012 year

A short story written by frankie eagle, ‘terror’ similar to the movie ‘silent house’ which was released march 9th shined in the literary world. With a similar plot and a gusty, mysterious short story it kept people wondering “what really happened?”. And “was the mystery of a young girl real or fake?”.  With a …

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Paths of Glory Jeffrey Archer | Youthopia
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Paths Of Glory by Jeffrey Archer: A review

“Exciting and thrilling, this book is a must read!/ A book to add to your list of ‘must reads’” – Amrutha Varshini Jeffrey Archer does it again. The master of fiction delivers an extraordinary and gripping tale of the life and times of mountaineer, George Mallory in his new book, Paths …

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