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Tamarind City

A Tamarind City by Bishwanath Ghosh Back when I was in college, one of my favourite things about Sunday was reading the Magazine and Metro Plus supplements of the week’s The Hindu newspaper. The kind of stories published and the style … Continue reading

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Triffids, Thoughtcrimes and Travelling Symphony

my friends and I used to play this little game of planning for a zombie apocalypse. We’d have animated discussions about where we would store food, whether our office glass doors were strong enough to protect us (one more problem, they were see-through) and elaborate escape routes. So macabre, yes! This book scored big time in that regard. Continue reading

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Year-End Books Roundup

2016 has been a great year for me, books-wise. Do not get me started on the things that make me want to punch 2016 in the face. *Deep breath* I could not achieve my target count (not even remotely close … Continue reading

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