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Everything is Alluring from the cover to the end of the story: Deceived by Heena

I saw the cover of this book on Facebook and it got me glued to it at first glance. So it was love at first sight. When the cover has spoken for the book half the work is done. When the book was sent to me for review (ARC) it reach'

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Spiritual Experiences Galore: Reminiscences of a Seeker by K. K. Bhaskar

When you hold the book probably you would never take to reading it, because of the size and the gloomy look of the cover page of the book. But if you accidentally bump upon this book, you are sure to enjoy it. Enjoy it again, if yo'

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CORRUPTION AND POLITICS: PSYCON BY VARUN T

Psycon! When I first heard this name I was wondering what it meant but when I read the book all my doubts evaded. The word is a combination of two words psychology and convict. I think the author has very artistically devised this '

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Blues of love and insecurities: Serpentine Blues by Dr. Sigma

The other day when I was reading the newspaper I came across a woman who murdered her mother-in-law and sister-in-law over some issue. I was thinking deep down my heart, what sort of woman is this? Mercilessly taking life and actin'

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An Interview With Dr. Deepti Sehgal

Friends today we have with us Dr. Deepti Sehgal, the author of “Body and Mind Transformation”. She is a registered Doctor of Oriental Medicine, an internationally certified Macrobiotic Consultant, Acid-Alkaline Health C'

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Absolute Motivator: What Matters Most In Life by Sajith Cyriac

One of my professors would always query regarding the self-help book writers. As to why they write books with similar ideas but different perspectives. He found the books monotonous in nature, and least useful if one is filled with'

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VINEET’S CHARACTERS NEVER GIVE UP: Kashmir 90 by Vineet Mishra

Not all books trade you through all time romantic paths. There are some that concretize the romance with explicit portrayal of history making it lively and real. Vineet’s Characters seem real because of the wonderfully concep'

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