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Book review- The Silent Patient By Alex Michaelides

-By Soul Sword- Genre- Psychological Thriller, Mystery, Murder The Silent Patient is Alex Michaelides’s debut novel. It is an addictive psychological-thriller with its well-conceived storytelling. The book has a steady pace and with its unique storyline, it is a page-turner. The story centers around Alicia Berenson, a 33-year-old artist who kills her husband Gabriel by… Continue reading Book review- The Silent Patient By Alex Michaelides

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Book Review- My Mother’s Secret By J.L Witterick

-By Soul Sword- Genre-  Holocaust,Historical, historical fiction, World War II My Mother's Secret by J.L.Witterick is a historical fiction novel. It is based on a true story of Franciszka Halamajowa and her daughter Helena, who saved the lives of 15 jews during the holocaust. The book is set in Nazi-occupied Poland (1939-1944 - WW II)… Continue reading Book Review- My Mother’s Secret By J.L Witterick

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Online Shopping…

-By KK- Shopping has become a craze today. Especially, in this digital online world, where lounging from the comfort of your sofa any purchase seems like a steal. Come sale and I see even the best of the intellectuals’ intellectualism drop down a jaw-dropping 70-80% same as an online sale. Of course, Up to 50%… Continue reading Online Shopping…

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Morning Blues…

- By KK- I yawned myself awake and squinted at curtained windows gauging the time. Another day of routine monotonous chores greeted my befuddled brain. I sighed and dunked my head into the rug curled up and balled up into foetal position. With a deep sigh, I buried my head like an ostrich in knees… Continue reading Morning Blues…

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-By KK- Literacy!! I met her at a friends’ house.  A nondescript, ordinary, unremarkable, uninteresting woman. A common woman. Unexceptional, unimpressive… A nondescript, drab face, clad in an ordinary saree, middle-aged looking uninspiring and illiterate. I sighed inwardly, as I resigned myself to an orthodox unenlightening evening. The conversation revolved around dull topics of home,… Continue reading Literacy!