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Book review 16: I am David by Anne Holm

I would like to thank my grandfather Mr. Umesh Kamath for giving me this book from an evergreen never-ending golden collection of classic rich literature that he has possessed for several years. What is so amazing is that he has... Continue Reading →

Book review 15: The Takeover by Stephen Frey

A hotshot investment banker is at the onset of performing the largest takeover (a type of transaction where a bidder company acquires a target/smaller company with or without mutual consent) the world has ever seen whilst finding himself in a... Continue Reading →

Book review 14: Difficult Women by Helen Lewis

I have grown up being inspired by so many strong women, taking examples from several decades ago to much recent times: Rosa Parks, Claudette Colvin, Mileva Maric, Aung San Suu Kyi, Michelle Obama, Nadia Murad, Malala Yousafzai to name a... Continue Reading →

Book review 13: Death Note- Special One-Shot

After presenting a couple of reviews on the light novels of Death Note, I am back with a manga comic which is a sequel to the anime and it takes place several years ahead of time. Finally in this installment,... Continue Reading →

Book review 12: Death Note: L-Change the World

I took a plunge into this book after having quite an adventure from the prequel reviewed in Book review 10: Death Note- The Los Angeles BB Murder Cases  and I didn't know that I had signed up for such a sweet... Continue Reading →

Book review 11: Evans takes an O-level by Colin Dexter

I grab this little tale off my literature reader archives from grade 12, inadvertently reminded of this when I myself started taking up some German lessons. It is hard to place this genre as many could picture this through a... Continue Reading →

Book review 9: Heads You Win by Jeffrey Archer

Its been a while since I put up a book review, but that was because I hadn't read much in the past year and now is the best time to get back to this very enriching great habit I have... Continue Reading →

Book Review 8: Moby Dick by Herman Melville

Catch the full story here: mobydick The tale centers around sailor Ishmael's narrative of an obsessive quest of Ahab, captain of the whaling ship Pequod, for revenge on Moby Dick, a giant white whale. Based in the period of 1800's,... Continue Reading →

Book Review 7 : The Immortals of Meluha

The story of the man whom legend turned into a God. Perfect for a rainy day in.

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