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Train to Pakistan by Khushwant Singh
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A fiction is always powerful than than the reality.

This book talks about the gore journey of a train that carried the dreams, desecration, cowardice, bravery, politics, ambitious, love, foolishness, faithful along with the dead bodies of few hundred
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The Crown by Kiera Cass
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As I was done with The Crown, the first thought popped in my mind is why I started reading Selection series?

Is it because of the tag like Bestseller? Obviously no.

Kiera Cass made me fall in love with the idea of Suyamvaram ( to marry a girl with groo
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Human Croquet by Kate Atkinson
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"I am Isobel Fairfax, I am the alpha and omega of narrators(I am omniscient) and I know the beginning and the end. The Beginning is the world and the end is silence. And in between are all the stories. This is one of mine."

How do I resist after this?
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வட்டியும் முதலும் [Vatiyum Muthalum] by Raju Murugan
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When I want to write a review in Tamizh, It's vexing because I can't write hundred words in Tamizh without making thousand spelling mistakes. Irony!

Vatiyum Muthalum was a first book in last last two years. The way Raju Murugan written about childhood
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The Last Star by Rick Yancey
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What is Humanity? A simple question right, but answer is little complex, if you want to use the sweet words.

"Restless, never satisfied, quick to anger, stubborn and ruthlessly curious." Rick Yancey's idea of Humanity, little crude, but truth, that's
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2 States by Chetan Bhagat
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A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin
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A real feast for hungry and desperate readers who wait for Martin's words (He will take three years to write a single book).

How can Martin come up with the such mad notions?

Even after reading four of his books, still, I am not able to grasp the anat
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The Last Star by Rick Yancey
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What is Humanity? A simple question right, but answer is little complex, if you want to use the sweet words.

"Restless, never satisfied, quick to anger, stubborn and ruthlessly curious." Rick Yancey's idea of Humanity, little crude, but truth, that's
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Jaya by Devdutt Pattanaik
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An another extra-ordinary retelling of an epic retold, sung, written, scripted, played and transliterated in numerous diversified language, withstood time and still spout one or two new understanding to the people. Devdutt did an immense research abo ...more
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Pet Sematary by Stephen King
Pet Sematary
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Pet Sematary is one of it's kind. I curse Stephen King for this creepiness.

During the time when I am reading this book, I lost a taste for sleep, even if I try to doze off a little, my visions filled with a world made by Stephen King.

What kind of m
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“Diamond being the toughest thing known to us is also the most prettiest object”
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Veronica Roth
“If someone offers you an opportunity to get closer to your enemy, you always take it. I know that without having learned it from anyone.”
Veronica Roth, Allegiant

Gregory Maguire
“Not old enough to feel like an adult , really, but old enough to look like one, and to know the distinction between being carefree and careless.”
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“A book is really like a lover. It arranges itself in your life in a way that is beautiful.”
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Durjoy Datta
“First lesson taught to doctors in medical college:

"Be emotional about the disease, not the patient.”
Durjoy Datta, Till The Last Breath

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