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Not A Penny More, Not A Penny Less By Jeffrey Archer | Book Review

Not A Penny More, Not A Penny Less By Jeffrey Archer | Book Cover

Author Jeffrey Archer doesn’t require an introduction. His fan-following (or better to say “readers following”) is across continents. The thrillers he write has caught attention as well as admiration from readers. Since a long we were planning to share our views and reviews for his books. We came across many of his short stories and books and read them. Unfortunately, ... Read More »

Heat Wave | Nikki Heat Series : Book 1 | By Tom Straw (as Richard Castle)

Heat Wave | Nikki Heat Series : Book 1 | By Tom Straw (as Richard Castle) | Book Cover

Books are nothing less then gems. They faciliates a gateway to the virtual world where fantsaies prosper. Sometimes they lets you witness the truith actually triumph over the lies and wrong. Sometimes it provides you an escape from your day to day troubles. Sometimes they tickle your “little grey cells”!… It is amazing to experience what a company of a ... Read More »

Sniper’s Quest by Mainak Dhar | Book Review

Sniper's Quest by Mainak Dhar | Book Cover

We love reading thrillers. Especilly the ones with a substance. In our quest to find quality books and promising authors we found Mainak Dhar. Reading a book penned by him was always an interesting experience. What we love the most about his work, is, it is not limited to a single genre. Though his most of the books have thrills, ... Read More »

The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman | Book Review

The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman | Book Cover

The fans of witty and entertaining murder mysteries have a new installment to enjoy. Author Richard Osman‘s adorable pensioners are back in full stride in the third book in the series. Published by Viking (Penguin Random House UK) in 2022, The Bullet That Missed, is already on the bestseller list and on waiting lists of readers all around the world. ... Read More »

Glorious Boy by Aimee Liu | Book Review

Glorious Boy by Aimee Liu | Book Cover

There are so many reasons that lead us to the world of books: education, entertainment, escape, etc. But the books also are one of the best tools to inspire introspection, especially when we read works that serve as almost analytical history of time passing, generations moving and history forming. As the world has commemorated a century of the end of ... Read More »

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