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The boy is back is the fourth book in the Boy series. The story does continue from the events that happened ten years ago, and it works well as a stand alone even when I haven't read the series earlier. Catch this funny, light and breezy chick lit if you like the Princess Dairies from the same author. Would be perfect travel companion if you read this genre.

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Growing up we would all have played the classic detective board game, 'Clues'. The game consists of six suspects, six weapons, nine rooms, and a murder, the players take turns to guess the murderer, who is randomly selected among the players by a pick of cards. This book is similar to the game and has similar characters. It follows the classic whodunit If you were looking for an Indian version Sherlock Holmes or Agatha Christie or our very own Byomkesh you might pick this book.

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Book review: The Devil's Prayer
I once got caught red handed by my Science teacher in my fourth grade for reading Archie's while she was teaching. (Yea I live on the edge like that.) A friend had brought her book for me to read and I wanted to finish it before the evening. No wonder I sto...

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Book review: The Devil's Prayer
I once got caught red handed by my Science teacher in my fourth grade for reading Archie's while she was teaching. (Yea I live on the edge like that.) A friend had brought her book for me to read and I wanted to finish it before the evening. No wonder I sto...

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Book review: The Speaking Ghost of Rajpur
My countdown of the number of days for summer holidays to begin starts right from the day our school reopens. I guess every Indian child would have done this. Summer vacations are all we wait for. For me, summer reminds me of the lazy afternoons with no fix...

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Book review: The Speaking Ghost of Rajpur
My countdown of the number of days for summer holidays to begin starts right from the day our school reopens. I guess every Indian child would have done this. Summer vacations are all we wait for. For me, summer reminds me of the lazy afternoons with no fix...

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How far would you go further when you have realized that your dreams are shattered? What if it were the one thing that kept you alive and kicking? Would you forgive yourself if you were the only one that was responsible for your fall? This book made me ponder over loads of questions of these sort, even while I was reading. If I did get an answer to these would be a post for another day, but here goes my review on the book With You I Dance by Aarti V. Raman.

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Book Review: With You I Dance
How far would you go further when you have realized that your dreams are shattered? What if it were the one thing that kept you alive and kicking? Would you forgive yourself if you were the only one that was responsible for your fall? This book made me pond...

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#BookTour :: The Conspiracy at Meru (Vikramaditya Veergatha # 2)
VICTORY IS TEMPORARY. THE BATTLE IS ETERNAL. Vikramaditya and his Council of Nine have fought valiantly to repel the rampaging hordes from Devaloka and Patala – but Avanti has been brought to its knees. Ujjayini lies battered its citizens are scared and mor...

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Even with the story moving at a glacial place and that I couldn't relate much to the characters, the poetic writing made me sit through the 300 pages. It handles several difficult themes like coming of age, gender confusion, monogamy, Transgender issues, bullying etc that makes the end-of-the-world seem much less important, intentionally or otherwise. - See more at: https://goo.gl/UDQH19
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