A Christmas Carol – Book Review #6

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A Christmas Carol is a novella written by Charles Dickens. The plot was divided into 5 staves (Song Stanzas) rather than chapters to keep it more with the title. Stave 1 begins with the Christmas’s eve. But there was no spirit or the happy vibes at the heart of our protagonist, Ebenezer Scrooge. He sits […]

All The Light We Cannot See – Book Review #5

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“All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr is a Pulitzer prize winner for fiction of sprawling 530-page novel which follows two protoganists during World War II.Marie-Laure Blanc is a six year old daughter of a master locksmith working for the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle (National Museum of Natural History) in Paris.She begins to […]

Why I stopped watching my long time favorite show Grey’s Anatomy?

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Though the series has come up with 2 more renewed season and season 16 is gonna be premiering some time soon (I really don’t know the date. I’m not following up on the show’s updates lately), I for one have no interest in watching the show anymore. The show has been going downhill for last […]

‘When Dimple Met Rishi’ by Sandhya Menon – Book Review #4

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Dimple Shah has it all figured out. Obsessed with coding she is going to Standford and studying web designing and want to become a career women. But all her mother want is for her to find the “Ideal Indian Husband” and settle down. She is very much surprised when her parents, without arguments, allows her […]

5 famous classics with iconic lovable sisters – A blog in the celebration of the National ‘Siblings Day’

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Pride and Prejudice Mr. & Mrs. Bennet of the Longbourn estate have five daughters. Having no considerate fortune to be left to their daughters, Mrs. Bennet feels it imperative that at least one of the girls marry well to support the others upon their parents death. Elizabeth Bennet gives into hasty judgements about people and […]

‘The Story Girl’ by Lucy Gaud Montgomery – Book Review #3

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The narrator of this story is Beverley King. He is looking back on his beautifully evocative childhood memories of a summer when he and his brother Felix travelled from their home in Toronto to spend their summer in their old family farm, the King Orchard, in the Prince Edward island while their widowed father travelled […]

Everything, Everything – Nicole Yoon – Book Review #2

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The story is about Madeline Whittier who has lived her entire life since early infancy inside a sterile environment. Cause she has a rare disease called SCID and due to this illness she’s unable to leave her house. She’s allergic to everything outside. She can’t even be around people unless they’ve been decontaminated first. So she […]

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

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“I look at books as being a part of activism because a lot of times they will show us a side of the world that we may not have known about” – Angie Thomas “I look at books as being a part of activism because a lot of times they will show us a side […]

Book Recommendation for Beginners

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If you are beginner struggling to find a right book then this recommendation is for you. The joy of reading and the enthusiasm to complete a book as a beginner highly depends on your choice of picking books. If you pick up a wrong book it may ruin your interest in books. When I first […]

Remembering 3 of GG’s career best performances

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It is the birthday of the man of big occasions. Gautam Gambhir has always been an elegant left-hand opener. His contributions to Indian cricket team is remarkable, but his efforts have always gone unnoticed and uncredited. He had scored 4096 runs at an average of 42.52 in Tests. In ODIs he scored 5238 runs with […]