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Book Review: Transactions of Belonging, by Jaya Padmanabhan

Some books see the light of a reader by word of mouth. Such books sometimes make for wonderful reading, because it is suggested by a friend, someone who you know knows your book tastes well. This book came to me in such a way. First that friend gave me her copy. I liked what I read, so I bought a copy of my own. Continue reading “Book Review: Transactions of Belonging, by Jaya Padmanabhan”

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Book Review: The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho

There are some books that just delight on reading. They come into my life at a time when they’re much needed, and they feel right; like a breath of fresh air. It leaves a mark on me and it is remembered always. It feels strange at first that a book like that doesn’t make a difference to everyone, but it is such a book that also makes me realize that a book is different for every person. I may love it, and others may hate it. It’s all about perspective. Continue reading “Book Review: The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho”

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Book Review: The Kill Switch, by James Rollins and Grant Blackwood

Thrillers make interesting reading. The genre is my favorite, and the most read in my shelves. I’ve read quite a few authors and some have become a favorite, so much so that I have their complete collection. James Rollins and Grant Blackwood were authors I had previously not heard of when I took it for reading. The premise of the book interested me. Continue reading “Book Review: The Kill Switch, by James Rollins and Grant Blackwood”