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Book Review: How to Become a Billionaire by Selling Nothing, by Aditya Magal

Most of us dreams of becoming a millionaire. Yes, becoming rich is something that interests most of us, if not all of us. So a book titled “How To Become A Billionaire By Selling Nothing” would make us curious to know what it is about. Some might take a peek hoping it’s a book with real knowledge on how to do that. Others might look at the blurb and read it for the humor aspect which the book seems to have. Continue reading “Book Review: How to Become a Billionaire by Selling Nothing, by Aditya Magal”

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Book Review: Subbu’s Code, created by Balasubramaniam Meghanathan & illustrated by Avisek Chowdhury

If there is a type of book that any kid would have read the most, I guess it would be comics. Amar Chitra Katha, Tinkle, Batman, Archies and Peanuts are some that come immediately to mind. When a friend has an idea for a comic and it finds wings and becomes published, it’s a wonderful thing. To read it was wonderful too. Continue reading “Book Review: Subbu’s Code, created by Balasubramaniam Meghanathan & illustrated by Avisek Chowdhury”

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Book Review: The Murder Bag, by Tony Parsons

Crime fiction is my favorite genre. To follow the trail of clues and bodies with the detective is fun, and if the book has pace in it to hold the attention from start to finish, then it is really satisfying. It was the title that grabbed my attention. I hadn’t read the author before, and the “link” between the victims as on Goodreads made me choose “The Murder Bag” by Tony Parsons to read. Continue reading “Book Review: The Murder Bag, by Tony Parsons”