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Reader’s Digest India | March 2017 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Reader's Digest Magazine (India Edition) - March 2017 Issue - Cover Page

There are thousands of magazines published every month including monthly, fortnightly and weekly. However there are very few of them which are really worth your money and especially time you spent to read it/them. Reader’s Digest is one of the worth-to-read magazines as per my opinion. And hence it is there in our “to-review” list always. March 2017 issue of ... Read More »

The Jeera Packer by Prashant Yadav | Book Reviews

The Jeera Packer - Book Cover

On one end we see people claiming that nowadays very few people are reading books; or in a sense reading is no more a favorite hobby of majority of people. At the same time we see rise of many new authors on regular intervals. As for Bollywood, everyday new aspiring talents are entering the world of Cinema prove their talent ... Read More »

The Sentimental Spy by Shri Krishna Shastri Devulapalli | Book Reviews

The Sentimental Spy - Book Cover Page

As the title page says: “It’s a family-based-South-Indian-melodramatic-espionage-musical-revenge-saga starring Sonti Srinivasulu aka Agent SS 555 of the Indian Secret Service!” And the book truly delivers on this promise. Book Title : The Sentimental Spy Author(s) : Krishna Shastri Devulapalli Publishers : Juggernaut Books Published: (December 2016) # of Pages : 319 (EBook) What we liked best is that Indians are ... Read More »

The Eyre affair by Jasper Fforde | Book Review

Have you ever wondered whether the stories in the books we read happen somewhere, that is apart from the writer’s mind? When a writer creates characters, settings, places that are so much loved by readers, what if the lines between reality and fiction weren’t quite there. Combine this premise with a world where time travel is possible and you get ... Read More »

His Dark Materials Trilogy by Philip Pullman | Book Reviews

Religion is a cornerstone of our lives and for most children it takes shape as they grow up and see how important it is to their parents, or not. It is also such a personal aspect of everyone’s life that commenting on any religion always carries a lot of inherent risk. However, most people agree that the purpose of having ... Read More »