The Luminaries : Book Review

The Luminaries is the second novel by Eleanor Catton,published by Victoria University Press in August 2013 and Granta. It s a longest book spanning 832 pages. Summary Walter Moody, a prospector, traverses to the fledgling West Coast of the South Island settlement of Hokitika, near New Zealand’s goldfields in 1866 in an attempt to make … Read more The Luminaries : Book Review

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Prisoner Jailor Prime Minister : Book Review

Courtesy About the book  from BlogAdda India has a new Prime Minister but is Siddhartha Tagore the product of his genius or of his dangerous mind? India is on edge, as a subversive internal revolt against the Constitution and the threat of Jehadi terror of an unthinkable level, are looming on the horizon. Ringing Shivas … Read more Prisoner Jailor Prime Minister : Book Review

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The Dalai Lama’s Cat : Book Review

Courtesy A perfect brew, appealing  and love for felines and shedding light on Buddhism. The author has effortlessly weaved stories around the Buddhism teachings which he wanted to put across. The narrator of this book, the cat, is rather very unusual and felines lover will find it to be simply adorable. The coherent description of … Read more The Dalai Lama’s Cat : Book Review

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No Man’s Land : Book Review

Behind the book “Land – you can’t burn it like money, you can’t melt it like gold. You can only buy it, sell it, snatch it, grab it. Titles change, governments change, times change but the land stays where it is unmoved and sterile. That is its beauty. But, somewhere deep down, men want to … Read more No Man’s Land : Book Review

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The Mad Tibetan – Stories from then and now. : Book Review.

Courtesy The Mad Tibetan, stories from the and now is a fiction by Deepti Naval. This book will definitely will be one of favorites for the way it is narrated. It is succinct and has a very idiosyncratic descriptive nature. Each story is picturesque and expressive and strikes the right chord of the readers mind. … Read more The Mad Tibetan – Stories from then and now. : Book Review.

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Happy Birthday : Book Review

Courtesy My VerdictThe concept behind this book is very stimulating. Author Danielle Steel takes three birthdays that fall on the same day, all of them uninspiring to the birthday girl or boy, and turns them into the start of something that changes the life’s pace. Set in New York City, and full of the glitz … Read more Happy Birthday : Book Review

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