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Book Review: The Expressionist, by Akhila Sudhakar

We live in a time where everything is becoming device oriented, social networks are tempting to join and addictive once joined. Even the jokes that are on social networks tend to show that increasing influence of social networks, some going even as far as to tell that the first thing a mother might soon be doing immediately after giving birth is updating her status on social networks. It is a way to share our joy and see it multiply, but it may not be all hunky-dory as people might think. What if you, in a few hours after the first ping on a social network, fall head over heels in love with someone who you have never met before? Continue reading “Book Review: The Expressionist, by Akhila Sudhakar”