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“Eat pray love” by Elizabeth Gilbert

It is a testimony to Gilbert’s writing skills, intellectual energy and self deprecating wit that from the moment we meet her sobbing on her bathroom floor at 3 a.m., we are rooting for her to find the peace and happiness she … Continue reading

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The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho.

‘The Alchemist’ speaks of dreaming and following those dreams while keeping faith and understanding the universal laws. It took me long to understand the book and yet, a few things remain unveiled. Originally written by Paulo Coelho in Portuguese in … Continue reading

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Eleven Minutes by Paulo Coelho!

Maria, a young girl and the protagonist in this novel, is forced, by her fascinating desire to lead a different life, towards leading the life of a prostitute.  The book is filled with revelation of large number of true but … Continue reading

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ONE by Richard Bach!

I found the book a bit confusing at times, for it had so many meetings with the future or past representations of Bach and Leslie. Though the thoughts were good, I found it to be without any story kind of … Continue reading

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