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I Read 120 Books in 2017 :) – Part 3

And here is the list (along with their rating) of the last 40 books I read last year . . . King Ottokar’s Sceptre by Hergé (3/5) The Clue in the Crossword Cipher by Carolyn Keene (2/5) The Scarlet Slipper … Continue reading

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I Read 120 Books in 2017 :) – Part 2

One hundred and twenty books in a year is huge! And, I am actually proud of myself for achieving this feat. 🙂 In my previous post, I shared the first 40 titles that I’d read. Here’s the list of the … Continue reading

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I Read 120 books in 2017 :) – Part 1

So, I read 120 books in 2017! I mean, that’s some achievement. Here are the names of the first 40 titles that I had the opportunity to read last year along with my rating for the same. Mayan Civilization – … Continue reading

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I am a Potterhead now . . .

What a magical journey! The seven Harry Potter books have left me not only fascinated and awed but have managed to reinforce the fact that love conquers all. I’m not sure if this was the right time to have read … Continue reading

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My Nicholas Sparks Story

See, I am a die-hard romantic and all that but I used to be a little, what’s the word, uncertain probably, about indulging in the romance genre when it came to literature. OK yes, I’ve read Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet; … Continue reading

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The Amazing Perry Mason

“The rain dripped from the tip of his hat. He waited for her to come out of the apartment. The lights were still blazing bright in there and he watched her shadow move around, an unmistakable gun in her hand. … Continue reading

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The Insider

Let me just say it. I followed cricket only because I had a massive crush on Rahul Dravid. 😉 And then when he got married, as usual, my world was shattered and I never thought I’d watch cricket again!!!!! Well, cutting … Continue reading

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