The Bread Bible

The Bread Bible – eBook Review

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The is a cook's bible, literally. This book has been featured in the top ten list of books by Publisher's Weekly and Food & Wine and one of the top 12...
Greek by Theo Dorgan

Greek by Theo Dorgan – Book Review

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Poetry is the queen of writing. It gives a melodic and magical touch to everything it touches. And that is true to every sense of the word for the . This compilation of poems and...
All the Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See: A Novel – eBook Review

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Till this time, we had postponed reading . We were a little apprehensive about giving it a shot as it is a classic and people who have read it have loved it....
A People's History of the United States – Book Review

A People’s History of the United States – Book Review

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is a classic. The novel by Howard Zinn was termed iconic right from the time it was released back in 1980. It still holds popularity for its compelling story about the history of...
Sofrito by Phillippe Diederich – Book Review

Sofrito by Phillippe Diederich – Book Review

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is a 2015 novel by Haitian-American writer Phillippe Diederich. If you are wondering the meaning of the word Sofrito, it is the name of a sauce made from garlic, onion tomato and cilantro....
The Distant Marvels: A Novel – eBook Review

The Distant Marvels: A Novel – eBook Review

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is a gripping novel written by the author of many award-winning books, Chantel Acevedo. This book is the meeting point of many genres and emotions - Historical account of a struggle, a family...
Little Bee Review

Little Bee [The Other Hand]: A Novel by Chris Cleave – Book Review

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is a sequel to the author's 2005 novel, Incendiary. The book is inspired by real-life incidents involving an Angolan man seeking asylum in England. This novel is an unusual one. Even its Amazon...
The Meursault Investigation A Novel

The Meursault Investigation: A Novel – Book Review

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If you have read The Stranger or The Outsider by Albert Camus, becomes almost like a must-read after that. This novel by author Kamel Daoud digs deeper into the story and gives voice...
Horton Halfpott: Or, The Fiendish Mystery of Smugwick Manor; or, The Loosening of M’Lady Luggertuck’s Corset

Horton Halfpott: Or, The Fiendish Mystery of Smugwick Manor; or, The Loosening of M’Lady...

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There are not many books aimed at children that make adults feel excited, happy and childish again. is that kind of a book. Written by Tom Angleberger, this is a book that will...
This Is How You Lose Her by Junot Díaz

This Is How You Lose Her by Junot Díaz – Book Review

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is a 2013 novel by an internationally bestselling and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Diaz. The author has won these accolades and awards for books like Drown and The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar...

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Books like Eragon

10 Books Like Eragon that Will Give all Fantasy Fans Sleepless...

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Eragon. The name stirs up excitement, thrill, and adrenaline rush in fans. Have you just finished reading the epic story of a...