Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

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Average rating: 4.5 · 6 ratings · 4 reviews · 2 distinct works
The First Night

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The First Night by Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
"5 reasons to read 'TFN':
1) Thrilling, edge-of-the-seat narration
2) Relatable protagonist
3) Clear, interesting peek into a solo woman resident's "first night" in a city flat. AKA great research
4) Crisp writing, easy read
5) Pure story--no unnecessar..." Read more of this review »
The First Night by Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
"The story is crisp and neat.
It engulfs us in a night of terror.
I felt the chill when the door banged.
I was creeped out.
And then a wave of relief and giggles.

Engaging, Interesting and Captivating.

I look forwards to more "long" stories from the..." Read more of this review »
The First Night by Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
"Small story, quite interesting no doubt, very engaging. I was confused with the timeline, but only for a moment. Liked the ending! "
The First Night by Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
"It's a quick read, perfect for when you don't have time but want to read something anyway. It keeps you intrigued till the end."
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The Shrine of Death by Divya Kumar
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What I loved about this story is how it didn't become too historical burdening the reader with too much information which honesty gets boring. The narrations is nice but the thrill factor is low, in my opinion. doesn't grip you from the word go. Whil ...more
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You Can Achieve More by Shiv Khera
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A pretty decent attempt at breaking down the very obvious yet ignored problems we face in life, that hold us back from achieving more. This book is a specifically for people who wish to achieve more from life yet for some reasons, are unable too. If ...more
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House for Mr. Misra by Jaishree Misra
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A lovely autobiographical read of a couples experience of buying a house in coastal Kerala after returning from London. Read the entire review here - http://sankshvet.blogspot.in/2017/11/...
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Turtles All the Way Down by John Green
Turtles All the Way Down
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A typical John Green novel which left me anxious and overwhelmed. Read the entire review at: http://sankshvet.blogspot.in/2017/11/...
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The Boys who Fought by Devdutt Pattanaik
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A perfect book to acquaint children to the Mahabharata. Pattanaik has simplified the story and presented it in his own unique manner paired with lessons on morals, tidbits as well as captivating art work.
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The Boys Who Fought by Devdutt Pattanaik
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Pragya Thanks for the add, Samarpita. Look forward to chit chatting books with you.


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