I'd recommend this book to anyone who has ever moved homes and travelled beyond their city. It's brings forth so many questions and the answers are entirely subjective.
No matter what I am reading, there is one habit I have always maintained – to learn something new. Whether it’s a new word, historical event, clever phrase or writing technique, I keep my eyes peeled and my brain ready with a notepad to take things down.
Randy Pausch knew he was going to disappear and he left behind a striking collection of lessons to exist forever.
I finally read a must-read classic and there was more to it than expected!
One Part Woman touches upon tradition, taboo, and conformity, while also throwing light on concepts like gender identities, relationships and marital struggles that are constantly in discussion in the present day scenario. That’s what makes it relevant. And it lets you understand that you really aren’t alone in your triumph or your struggle.
The Millennium Series is a commentary on the state of the justice system and all that Larsson loathed in his personal and political life – racism, sexism and forms of abuse. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest is the third instalment in the series.
I read To Sir, With Love a year ago, right as I came to the end of my first ever teaching experience. It was the first book in ‘A Year of Non-Fiction’ that I pursued and I must say that it was quite a promising start.
The Millennium Series is a commentary on the state of the justice system and all that Larsson loathed in his personal and political life – racism, sexism and forms of abuse. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is the first installment in the series.
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