Reviews

My Money Book- Exide Life

“Never trust anyone who has not brought a book with them” – Lemony Snicket This quote must be somewhat of a joke in this age of smartphones, iPads & Kindles. A book doesn’t arouse curiosity as much as a smartphone app probably these days. Google Keep, Evernote, Colornote etc, the Google Playstore or the Apple App Store are filled with APPS to make the daily TO DO list easy. Everything seems to be at the fingertips these days . In such a world EXIDE LIFE has come up with a MONEY BOOK. I must admit that when I first read…
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Losing My Religion – Book Review

Title : Losing My Religion Author : Vishwas Mudagal Publisher : FingerPrint Release : 2014 Pages : 350 Genre : Adventure Losing My Religion is a tale of Rishi Rai, a gamer and entrepreneur and his adventurous journey after deciding to quit his ‘regular life.’ Spoiler Alert Rishi Rai is a young, probably in his late twenties entrepreneur who dreams of revolutionizing the gaming industry and has already tasted great success and is a popular figure amongst the circle of hardcore gamers. He resides in namma Bengaluru .He devices a game which can’t be beaten and this very fact leads…
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PRIVATE INDIA – Book Review

Title : Private India Author: Ashwin Sanghi & James Patterson Publisher: Arrow Books Pages : 470 Genre: Thriller Release date: 2014 Review for : BlogAdda.com About the Authors: Ashwin Sanghi is a popular Indian fiction writer with 3 previous bestsellers – The Rozabal Line, Chanakya’s Chant & The Krishna Key. James Patterson has written some of the popular series like The Alex Cross, Women’s Murder Club & Detective Michael Bennett novels. This novel is infact a part of his PRIVATE series where he collaborates with different writers from different countries What is the story about? The first impression that you…
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RIP – Book Review

First of all let me apologise profusely to BLOGADDA for the delay in posting the review. As luck would have it, within a day of getting the book in my hands I got stuck with cases in the SICU. Infact it needed a sweet voice from Blogadda to remind me “When can we expect the review?”, that was when I didn’t even have time to breathe, now I finally do! So lets talk about the book now. RIP or the so called Resurgent Indian Patriots Mukul Deva’s latest offering. I must admit that I haven’t read any of his books…
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The Immortals Of Meluha – A Review

  I know Im late in reviewing this book but that’s just coz I never thought that I would read it.I was actually asked to read this book by one of my friends about 2 months back but somehow I never felt inclined to. I asked him as to what the book was all about. He told me it was about the life of Lord Shiva. I must say that the title seemed appealing but looking at the cover page I just feared that it was going be the long, complicated & slow read.But somehow I picked the book a…
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New York – More Than A Movie

I went to watch the movie NEW YORK thinking it would be one of those masala entertainers & ofcourse coz Katrina was there in it too. I mean who woulnt want to see her on the huge screen.  The movie didnt end up being one of those brainless entertainers but one of the most thought provoking movies ever. A total moneys worth. Halfway through the movie when you listen to John narrating the torture he had to go through in those “detention camps” makes you cringe. I’ve read a lot of this in Friedrich Forsyth & John Grisham’s books but…
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Delhi – 6

Expectations were very high… of course they would be. After all the last movie by the director was RANG DE BASANTI which went on to become a cult film! That is definitely an incredible feat to follow. But I guess whoever watched Delhi 6 will definitely say that they were left a tad disappointed. It was a fine movie don’t get me wrong on that but somewhere down the line you almost feel cheated while watching the movie coz you go to the theatre expecting an entertainment sort of movie. After all the promo song was Masakali which was full…
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