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Pallavi Sareen

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An avid reader, harsh critic, dreamer and a storyteller.

Average rating: 4.6 · 25 ratings · 5 reviews · 4 distinct works
Wishes and Lies

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The Turning Point Of Life

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Er or Seau by Julia Dadanova
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Er or Seau is a science fiction tale involving different races, artificial intelligence, a post-apocalyptic dystopia and time travel. I’ve read too much sci-fi to know that whenever AI is involved, it ends up being more about “humanity” than technolo ...more
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Before the Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi
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The Daemon's Wish by Chris     Wright
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Mix up a Crime Mystery with Sci-fi and you know what to expect from The Daemon’s Wish. Sometimes it gave me a Dexter/ Criminal Minds vibe and the premise was straight out of a futuristic sci-fi. Unlike normal dystopian where humanity has to strive fo ...more
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Song of Echoes by R.E.  Palmer
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Song of Echoes is the first book in an epic fantasy series that ends on a kind-of a cliff-hanger. Letting the readers know this in advance, so you know that if you read this book, you’re going to be in for the long-haul since the book is a rollercoas ...more
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Leisha's Song by Lynn Slaughter
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Interracial couple, a strong female protagonist, a caring partner and a mystery. Leisha’s song had all the right ingredients for a good book. The compelling writing was just cherry on top. Leisha’s African-American Grandfather wants her to pursue med ...more
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Exertions of Better Men by Ashley Venenga
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The book begins when the protagonist Nicholas kills himself. Or tries to, anyway. Sci-fi premise, dystopian world and a strong protagonist, this book was meant to be interesting. But I did not imagine the first chapter itself to take us into the mad ...more
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No Lack of Sunshine by Eric Kay
No Lack of Sunshine
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I love the narration! Absolutely love it. Only a master-writer can write about a (pretty much) dystopian world with an optimistic voice. A planet where living is as hard as living in post-apocalyptic earth, but the protagonist sounds so chirpy. All t ...more
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The ​Crown of Gilded Bones by Jennifer L. Armentrout
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H2LiftShips Volumes 1 and 2 by Bob Freeman
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You expect a manual to be boring, even if it is a space manual. But this book was written with the narrative intricacies of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the galaxy. It is funny, it is technical, it has animal characters who are more into space traveling
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“He expects me to treat him like a God, just because he is a man. So I do. I treat him like he doesn't exist.”
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“The sound of my own voice is unfamiliar to me after a long silence.”
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“There is such longing in me for music. A closed piano is my biggest nightmare.”
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“The world spins. We stumble on. It is enough.”
Colum McCann, Let the Great World Spin

“I like living. I have sometimes been wildly, despairingly, acutely miserable, racked with sorrow; but through it all I still know quite certainly that just to be alive is a grand thing.”
Agatha Christie

“Word spread because word will spread. Stories and secrets fight, stories win, shed new secrets, which new stories fight, and on.”
China Miéville, Embassytown

“So please, oh please, we beg, we pray, go throw your TV set away, and in its place you can install, a lovely bookshelf on the wall.”
Roald Dahl

“For to know a man's library is, in some measure, to know his mind.”
Geraldine Brooks, March

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Pallavi Sareen Jibran wrote: "Pallavi, thanks for the friend invite. I'm delighted to connect with you on GR. I am not very active these days but hope to get back to reviewing soon, and when I do, I look forward to having booki..."
It's alright. I'm not quite active these days myself. But I do look forward to connecting with you. :)


Jibran Pallavi, thanks for the friend invite. I'm delighted to connect with you on GR. I am not very active these days but hope to get back to reviewing soon, and when I do, I look forward to having bookish chats with you.

Regards :)


Pallavi Sareen Poonam wrote: "Hi Pallavi, Thanks for the friend request. Looking forward to all the bookish discussions."
Haha It was nice to finally find someone with a little bit similar taste and who is as passionate about books as I am. Dayum girl 1000 books is no easy task. :D


Poonam Hi Pallavi, Thanks for the friend request. Looking forward to all the bookish discussions.


Summer Hey Alex! I'm so happy we can be friends and chat books on here as well. As for your favorites, great picks! I really need to read some Sarah J. Maas and Rainbow Rowell!! :)


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