Category Archives: Book Reviews

BY Vani IN Book Reviews

How to Travel ‘Light’: An Author Pens a Journey Through Depression

This article is also available to read on Quint: https://goo.gl/UwALrj July 2007, a young man opens his eyes to find himself tied to a hospital bed. “You...

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BY Vani IN Book Reviews, Guest post

Jayaraman’s ‘Who Me, Poor?’ Tells Stories of the Broke Millennial

Vani via Quint A couple of days ago, a friend of mine suggested that we go out for lunch to Barbeque Nation – not the first...

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BY Vani IN Book Reviews, For Writers, Guest post

What Makes a Brilliant Book Cover? Designers Spill Some Secrets

Vani via Quint Don’t judge a book by its cover, they say – and I might have taken that quite literally to not give any inputs...

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BY Vani IN Book Reviews, For Writers, Guest post

Book review: The Gift of Anger by Arun Gandhi

Vani via Quint Year 2011, I was working as a lecturer in London when I found myself face-to-face with the most challenging situations in my life....

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Review: 17-Year-Old’s First Book is a Brave Takedown of Privilege

Vani via Quint Try wandering up the teen section of a bookstore, and all you are going to find is romance, thriller, fantasy or any combination...

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