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Book Review of Delhi via Lucknow: Once, Love Travelled This Route by Ashwini Rudra

If you are from the 90s era and have spent your teenage years in this era, then you know what I am talking about. Be it the college life back then, the romance, the sizzling chemistry, or the youth power, this book is reminiscent of all those elements that used to be the order of the day back then. Want to relive those wonderful experiences again? Welcome to the 90s nostalgia in a brilliant tale called Delhi via Lucknow by Ashwini Rudra

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Is Love a Sacrifice or a Choice? Book Review of A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khalid Hosseini

To summarise, Mariam and Laila’s relationship with life, a war-torn country and its travesties, and the hard-hitting manner in which they fight them while honouring the faith they believe in will cause you to pause and reflect on the complexities of life. Khalid Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns shatter me into 1000 pieces, but I love being torn and rebounding every time I read it.

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Exploring The Dark, Underside Of Human Trafficking And The Travesty Of A Simple Individual At Its Hands – Book Review Of House Boy By Lorenzo DeStefano

Can pain be so limitless and boundless that it extends beyond the realms of even drying up in your eyes like forgotten tears, just coating your senses with nothing but oblivion full of just the travesties of brutal human trafficking? Trigger Alert – Explicit, lewd content which may not be suitable for bleak readers. Book Review of House Boy by Lorenzo DeStefano

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