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Book Review: The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out Of The Window and Disappeared, by Jonas Jonasson

Humor is not a genre that I read often. But when this book was being recommended by many as a good read, I thought I’d pick it up. The title was quite funny, the blurb interesting, and the cover art appealing.

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Book Review: The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Sometimes, I want to read a book with lesser number of pages, a quick read that can be interesting as well. I chanced upon this book, The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupery while searching for such a book. I liked the cover art too.

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Book Review: When Life Turns Turtle, by Raj Supe

A title that most, if not all of us will understand is definitely something that works in the favor of a book. A beautiful and quite soothing cover art adds to that. Raj Supe’s novel appealed to me firstly for these reasons, and that was why I picked it up, though the genre had made me a bit hesitant at first.

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Book Review: India, by Debra Schoenberger

India is a land where you’ll be surprised by the different angles you see to the country. This is truer when you’re a visitor, I feel, because being from the country, one might get used to it sooner or later. It’s interesting to travel the country through a book of photographs; kind of like a tourist, yet feeling at home. Debra Schoenberger’s book India offered me a chance to do just that.

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