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Book Review: Pupil’s President APJ Abdul Kalam, edited by Satyam Roychowdhury

“Death ends a life, not a relationship.”

These words from Mitch Albom’s book Tuesdays with Morrie are so true. The strength of a relationship – be it love, friendship, or any other – doesn’t dwindle with death. The memories that were created previously in life linger for long, and it makes the presence of that person still felt, still so prominent in life. It holds true for the relationship between a teacher and his student as well. The lessons that have been taught stay for long, and with them, I do not feel that that person has truly gone. Continue reading “Book Review: Pupil’s President APJ Abdul Kalam, edited by Satyam Roychowdhury”

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Book Review: Make Me, by Lee Child

Books by certain authors automatically find their way into my reading list and stay on my bookshelf after. Lee Child is one such author, and I had been anticipating the release of the latest Jack Reacher book, “Make Me” since the last book “Personal” didn’t quite match my expectations of the series. Continue reading “Book Review: Make Me, by Lee Child”