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Book Reviews. 2017. 9

  Reviewing the books that I read in 2017. 40. Replay – Ken Grimwood Different concept, well written, first 3/4 th book is extraordinary, then it gets a little repetitive, overall liked it. 4/5 41. Life with Jeeves – P.G. Woodhouse It contains Right Ho, Jeeves; The Inimitable Jeeves; and Very Good, Jeeves. Jeeves, that noiseless provider of deliverance […]

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Book Reviews. 2017. 8

Reviewing the books that I read in 2017. 36. Why does the world exist? An Existential Detective Story – Jim Holt The question of why is there a world rather than nothing at all? remains the darkest and most enduring of all metaphysical mysteries. Jim Holt enters this fractious debate with his lively and deeply informed […]

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Book Reviews. 2017. 7

Reviewing books that I read in 2017. 31. When Breath Becomes Air – Paul Kalanithi What makes life worth living in the face of death? What do you do when the future, no longer a ladder toward your goals in life, flattens out into a perpetual present? What does it mean to have a child, […]

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Book Reviews. 2017. 6

  Reviewing books that I read in 2017. 26. Keys to Great Writing – Stephen Wilbers From grammar rules to revision strategies, you’ll find the crucial information you need in short, easy-to-browse sections that enable you to hone your own signature writing approach. 3/5. 27. Red Rising – Pierce Brown Gave up half way, dystopian […]

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Lucky Basta**s!

I do not envy anyone, not anymore, not after junior college. I am content with all I have or don’t have. I am willing to work hard to accomplish what I want so there is no reason to envy. But lately, I have started feeling envious of some writers who have the power to express freely. I […]

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Book Reviews. 2017. 5

Reviews of books that I read in 2017 – 21. Right Ho, Jeeves – P.G. Wodehouse P. G. Does it again, situational comedy at its best, I am giving it 4 stars as my man Jeeves does not appear in most scenes, I want more of him. Can not wait to read the next in […]

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Delirium

  In many parts of the world, women are distinctly seen as inferior sub-humans, who should stay confined at home, behind a veil, cook, produce children, take care of the in-laws and entertain their husbands. It becomes intolerable for men with male chauvinist mindsets when young women begin to challenge such stereotypes by stepping out […]

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People Pleaser

It is human nature to want to fit-in, to belong, to be part of the ‘in’ crowd. A lot of you would accept (at least to yourself) that you are people pleasers. I, amongst many others that I know, do not spend time on pleasing people because 1. I am okay with being disliked, 2. People have bizarre […]

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Expectations!

I have the least possible expectations of people. It doesn’t mean I have given up on mankind. It only means that I like to give everyone some space to be whoever they want to be and whatever they want to do. It is not easy but not impossible either. Every time I feel a ‘grudge’ […]

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