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Airport Code Red – Book Review

Airport Code Red is one of the books in James Patterson newly created category BookShots. BookShots are essentially lightning-fast stories under 150 pages. These kind of books are super-fast paced and cut down the problems long books. In other words, rather than carefully crafting a character with mind-numbing descriptions and detailing of each action or... Continue Reading →

A Brief History of Origami : “Evolution of paper from a pulp to an art form”

I have been waiting to write on this topic for a long time . My plan was to post some of my paper models as  I learn to acquire and get acquainted to this new hobby, but before I start posting any of my models, here is a brief introduction about the art itself. Around... Continue Reading →

Café Latte: Eighteen Unusual Short Stories

CafeLatte "18 unusual short stories" or do I call them as 18 gems. The author has articulated each story in various shades of life just like the shades of varied rare gems. Some of them are bright some dark. Each story represents Amit's perception of reality and gives a glimpse of lives around us which we... Continue Reading →

K2S Moonlight trek – A journey in the dark

We all make new year resolutions preferably to be broken. One of my own was to do at least a trek every quarter of 2017. Then there comes the information of one of the famous moonlight trek near Pune held during summer season called " Katraj to Sinhagad moonlight trek" or more commonly known as... Continue Reading →

Bartleby the Scrivener – Book Review

I've avoided Melville my whole life which I attribute to a few authors I read in my grads. Yes I still haven't read Moby Dick yet however, after having read Bartleby I feel like .."For Your name's sake, O LORD, Pardon my iniquity, for it is great." -Psalm 25:11 This classic Herman Melville book is... Continue Reading →

Rise of the Sun Prince (Ramayana: The Game of Life #1) – Book Review

If epics are to be retold, this is how it should be done. Now how many times would we have heard about The Ramayana. If you are an Indian you must have already heard/watched TV show/animations/theatrical shows/mythological books and of course through family member's. However, how many of us really know what Ramayana is trying... Continue Reading →

The Nick Adams Stories – Book Review

    The Nick Adams Stories is one of the collections of Hemingway’s short stories published almost a decade later after his death. Nick Adams is the name that Hemingway gave to the fictional persona. Nick seems to be  largely autobiographical, whom he often wrote about. Like Hemingway himself, Nick is the son of a doctor... Continue Reading →

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