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Book Review: Broken Angels by Gemma Liviero

Stories revolving around the time of The Holocaust has become a frequent suggestion in my reading list. While I am horrified as I read books after books of the atrocities carried out by the Nazis, I know that reading about it is a way to keep the memories of the people who suffered alive and …

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Book Review: A House for Happy Mothers by Amulya Malladi

Miscarriages, infertility, IVF treatments, Adoption or Surrogacy are no longer terms that you rarely hear thanks to the recent rise in number of fertility issues in the recent times. I am also glad to see how women have started discussing these issues recently though I am still frustrated with the judgmental reaction such discussions usually …

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Why Books Are My Best Friend

Books are my life. I was 10 years old when my neighbor gave me my first novel, a book from The Famous Five series and boy I was hooked! Since then, the better part of my teen-aged years were spent buying and shamelessly asking people to just give me books on all occasions to help …

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Book Review: The Sisterhood by Helen Bryan

Historical fiction has become quite a favorite genre of mine when it comes to reading so it was no surprise to me when I got The Sisterhood by Helen Bryan recommended on my reading list. The Story The story of The Sisterhood starts in 1552 in Andalusia, Spain inside Las Golondrinas Convent. Sister Beatriz takes …

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Book Review: Last Train to Istanbul by Ayse Kulin

I have lately developed an affinity to read literature and books based on the time of the Second World War. While I find myself appalled reading the details of the life spent in the concentration camps, stories of people’s life before and after the period leave me surprised as well. One such book that was …

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