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Commonality Games by Mark Rounds | Book Review

For some action-packed thrillers and exciting science-fiction, I’ve always turned to the Hollywood movies but this one book was enough to give me all of that in my hands.

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A Closetful of Skeletons | Book Review

There is something in the air of the books based in a remote area with people having no idea of what’s happening just like the reader which makes us share a deep connection with them a fear and desire to know what happens next. And coming from the category of such books is this one, right here, but is it able to keep up the same? Let’s find out!

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Mango People in Banana Republic | Book Review

“Mango People in Banana Republic” is a term that was first used by Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Sonia Gandhi, a popular politician as a controversial remark which ended with him closing his Facebook. And hearing this book’s name that was the first thing that came to my mind but what this book actually is, wasn’t expected by me. Continue reading “Mango People in Banana Republic | Book Review”

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Poetry Emotions by Philip M Gale | Book Review

Picking up all kind of books, I’m the most unsure about poetry. You can get any other type of book from any other genre and get an inside glimpse of it by reading words of others, or behind its back about the book, however, for poetry, you will never be able to judge properly until you open it up and read.

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