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   35 th  Book of 2021   Reading a self-help book even when the concepts become howsoever repetitive gives you the boost you need in your lo...

Ashima Jain
1 year ago

Green Humour for a Greying Planet By Rohan Chakravarty | Book Review

At a time when global warming, wildlife crimes and man-animal conflicts are at their worst, ‘Green Humour’ provides its readers some much needed comic relief with a comprehensive and sa…

1 year ago

Happy Diwali - A Picture Book and Video for Children

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Verity | Colleen Hoover | Book Review |Eerie Romantic Thriller

Read book summary, genre, quotes, reading age suitability, book review of Verity by Colleen Hoover and similar book recommendations on Njkinny's Blog

Ashima Jain
1 year ago

I’m in Book Depository’s Virtual Art Gallery | #READCreate

My book-inspired crafting earns a spot in Book Depository’s first Virtual Art Gallery.

Durga Dash
1 year ago

Kamasutra of Sage Vatsyayana

The difficulty of writing a post about Kamasutra is that there is so much free material already floating in cyberspace. With about 12000 verses Charaka Samhita may have 12 times more content than K…

2 years ago

The Corridor Whispers | Dr. Sonal Chaturvedi | Book Review

The Corridor Whispers by Dr. Sonal Chaturvedi comprises stories of 4 different women from the pages of history.

2 years ago

Book review - Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky

There were times I got confused whether it is a Stephen Chbosky book or a Stephen King book! haha. Have you ever felt annoyed that you...

Ashima Jain
2 years ago

Kim JiYoung, Born 1982 by Cho Nam-Joo | Book Review

This feminist novel from South Korea created a rage when it was first published in 2016 and went on to sell over a million copies over the course of two years. Translated in English earlier this ye…

Tomichan Matheikal
2 years ago

Zorba the Greek

Wisdom and knowledge are entirely different things. In fact, they need not have much in common. Nikos Kazantzakis’s novel, Zorba the ...

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