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Book Review: Secretly Yours~The longer the book, the longer you spent in another world.~Author: Vikrant KhannaPublisher: Penguin Books LtdPrice: Rs. 145/-
Genre: Romantic ThrillerRating: 1.5/5 ISBN- 9780143425915Every once in a while, I read a book that makes my mind go haywire, and clearly not in a good way.The book that bagged this award this month is ‘Secretly Yours’ by Vikrant Khanna. Read the review to know why:Source: goodreads.comBack Blurb from the book-Everyone has secrets but is hers the most shocking? Orphaned at birth, seventeen-year-old Sahil has always blamed himself for his parents’ death. He has little interest in life until he meets the enigmatic Anya in a chance encounter during the Shimla fest. Soon he falls head over heels in love with her, but Anya doesn’t reciprocate his feelings. An accident leaves him in a coma…

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Book Review: Can I Have This Chance?~Man Proposes, God disposes.~Author: Neelam Saxena ChandraPublisher: Authorspress PublishingPrice: Rs. 295/-Genre: ThrillerRating: 3.5/5 ISBN- 9788172738204Have you ever chosen a book on impulse? Like when the cover seemed attractive so you thought about giving it a shot and you walked home with that book in hand? I do that often. This book was one of those which I chose based on the cover and the back blurb. So, here is my review of ‘Can I Have This Chance?’ by Neelam Saxena Chandra-Source: www.uread.com Back Blurb from the book-Avantika, a fiery young journalist, is about to board a flight to New York to pay a visit to the Editor of The New York Times, to consider a job offer she received as a result of her hard work and determination as a crime…

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Book Review – God is a Gamer~ Is revenge a crime? Author: Ravi Subramanian Publisher: Penguin Books India
Price: Rs. 299/-
Genre: Thriller     Rating: 3/5 ISBN- 9780143421399I came home from a hard day of training to see a package on my study table. The label said, ‘Blogadda.com’, and that made my day. Who doesn’t enjoy receiving goods at home that too free of cost? For a bibliophile like me, receiving a book in one such package is the chocolate icing. Thanks for an author signed copy once again! :)Owing to some prior engagements, I am a little late in putting up this review, but here it is. My review of the book, ‘God is a Gamer’ –Plot – The first few pages provide an insight to the readers about the currency of the dark web, ‘Bitcoins’ when WikiLeaks decides to unfold some dirty…

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Kalakar ColonyCircle of DeceitRound 2You can read the previous chapter here.Chapter 19 – A stranger or a Know-it-All? Jennifer read the welcome board. It said, ‘Welcome to Rainbow Apartments’If only I could have reached here in time… The last time I was headed here, all this mess wouldn’t have happened, spoke her conscience. She pushed away the thoughts and made her way to Mr. Ahuja’s apartment. She glanced at Dutta’s House and felt an air of sadness. Although she had just spent an afternoon with Roohi, she missed her and felt responsible for her kidnapping.She knocked the door of house no. 24. The name plate said, ‘Mr. Aryan Ahuja’.——————x————————–x————————————x————————–x——————Where could be Roohi? thought Aryan.Aryan Ahuja was a staunch little man with broad shoulders. He brushed through his lush dark hair and looked out of the window…

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Book Review – Private India          “Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.” ~ Santosh Wagh, Chapter – 9A book delivered to your doorstep, free of cost, is an opportunity worth grabbing for a bibliophile. What would be better than a hot cup of coffee and a murder mystery to solve? Cherry on the cake – Its an Author signed copy! (Hurray!!) The adrenalin rushes through your body with every turn of events in the book, an obvious page turner. After laying my hands upon Sidney Sheldon’s, ‘Tell me your dreams’, I was excitedly waiting for the arrival of Private India, another spine-chiller. Here’s what I think of this action-packed thriller – Plot – Carved as a partnership between James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi, ‘Private India’ is a thriller combining Patterson’s love for fast-paced plots with Ashwin’s love for history and mythology…

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