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Week 2 of 2019

The trips to the University continued but to no avail. Again. Talk about bureaucracy. Other than that, my mind is in overdrive. I’ve realised, though, that books continue to remain my best friends. They somehow help me sail through whatever … Continue reading

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Book 1 of 2019

Name: Sapiens – A Brief History of Humankind Author: Yuval Noah Harari Genre: Popular Science Pages: 298 (including Notes, Image References, and Index) Publisher: Vintage My rating: 5/5 This book is what all of us, Homo Sapiens, need to read. … Continue reading

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The 72 I Read in 2018 – Part III

To read a book is to discover stuff you didn’t even know was out there somewhere. Every book I read in 2018 made me a happy person by the end of it. Books, for me, acted as a way to … Continue reading

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Week 1 of 2019

‘Tis the time to start anew; the time to make and break resolutions or simply looking forward to another year filled with hope. And look, we have already completed a week in this new year. Honestly, New Year Day couldn’t … Continue reading

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The 72 I Read in 2018 – Part II

And, the next 24 I read are: Jack and Jill by James Patterson (4/5) Roses Are Red by James Patterson (4/5) Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas by Louise Rennison (3/5) Violets Are Blue by James Patterson (3/5) Twenties Girl by … Continue reading

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The 72 I Read in 2018 – Part I

I wasn’t quite sure I’d manage to read anything beyond 10 books this year but I kept pushing and pushing and pushing. First, I increased my target to 36, then, when things were looking up, I updated it to 48 … Continue reading

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Pondicherry: Teeny Tiny with a Big Heart

Pondicherry, also known as the French Riviera of India, is a small union territory located in the state of Tamil Nadu. When I say small, it, indeed, is small. A teeny tiny place along the Bay of Bengal, India. As … Continue reading

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