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Book 2 of 2019

Name: Becoming Author: Michelle Obama Genre: Memoir Pages: 426 Publisher: Viking, an imprint of Penguin Books My rating: 5/5 From her Balenciaga boots to her book, Becoming, the former First Lady continues to impress. She has written this book with … 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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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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Let’s Not Forget Snowy’s Contribution

So, I got done with reading the entire Tintin series and I’m a little sad that it’s over. Of course, I consider myself extremely blessed that I got the chance to read such amazing work in my lifetime. Who doesn’t … Continue reading

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The Palace of Illusions: A Must Read

I guess, from the time I started reading, it was mostly the works of international authors for me. Venturing into reading something written by an Indian author was a far-fetched idea. That does not mean I did not read books … Continue reading

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