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BookChatter, 14 Aug 2021

Don't Ask a Reader These Questions...

If you don't like to read, please stop bugging people who do. Let them live in peace. Taunting them does…

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BookChatter, 12 Aug 2021

How I Began to Read: Part II

I talk about my reading influences in senior school, college, working life, the pandemic year 2020, and early 2021. This…

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BookChatter, 12 Aug 2021

[Book Review] Her Honourable Mercenary by Nicole Locke

An unlikely romance between a stoic mercenary and a lively lady. They meet when Evrart is tasked with guarding Margery…

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BookChatter, 11 Aug 2021

How I Began to Read: My Reading Influences

I talk about how I began to read, who (or what) were my reading influences, and how my reading taste…

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BookChatter, 9 Aug 2021

[Book Review] The Teachings of Bhagavad Gita by Richa Tilokani

The Teachings of Bhagavad Gita is a perfect source to discover the art of self-empowerment by exploring the various facets…

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BookChatter, 9 Aug 2021

[Book Review] Mango Cheeks, Metal Teeth by Aruna Nambiar

Why “Mango Cheeks, Metal Teeth?” The title refers to two characters in the book whose actions affect Geetha deeply and…

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BookChatter, 9 Aug 2021

[Book Review] Destiny's Girl by Adite Banerjie

Destiny’s Girl is an enemies-to-lovers contemporary romance that has business deals and horticultural innovations in the backdrop. If this sounds…

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BookChatter, 6 Aug 2021

[Book Review] A Mystery at Lili Villa by Arathi Menon

Cousins Arj, Tam, and Mira are spending their summer vacation in Elathoor, a little village in Kerala when their family…

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BookChatter, 6 Aug 2021

[Book Review] Sophomania by Danielle Zinn

When Detective Inspector Nathaniel Thomas is presented with an anonymous letter and three unexplained deaths in less than twenty-four hours,…

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BookChatter, 4 Aug 2021

[Book Review] India’s Most Haunted by K. Hari Kumar

There are places where the past lingers, making shapes in the moonlight and blowing in the curtains even as the…