On Jeff Koehler’s Darjeeling and the History of World’s Greatest Tea

This is not the first time on this blog that I have expressed my love for the books based on Himalayas and hopefully this won’t be the last one. Jeff Koehler’s book- Darjeeling: The Colourful and Precarious Fate of the World’s Greatest tea, is a smashing book, the one you must not miss if you… Read More On Jeff Koehler’s Darjeeling and the History of World’s Greatest Tea

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The Call From the Mountains- Himalayan Books Part II

The longing for the mountains are real. There is nothing that can call you from the  farther away than a mountain. They communicate telepathically with the souls they connect with. They were here long before the humans evolved-they have seen it all- from the frozen oceans to the melting glaziers, they know this world better… Read More The Call From the Mountains- Himalayan Books Part II

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Book Review- Eileen #ManBookers2016

Young woman character- underachiever- no relationship- certain unhappiness in their life- forgetful family life- a plan to runaway-leading towards physological thriller … Well I am not talking about The Girl on the Train but Eileen had almost all the recipe of becoming a best selling page turner but instead it overdid the character development & gross narration of the protagonist… Read More Book Review- Eileen #ManBookers2016

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Book Review: The Sellout #ManBookers2016

Also in the Series : Man Bookers 2016 Shortlist Set in regions of Los Angeles, The Sellout by Paul Beatty is the social satire portraying the unfortunate & crime filled neighborhood called Dickens. Dickens is populated majorly by the African Americans, & most of them are economically backward & socially awkward. The narrator & the… Read More Book Review: The Sellout #ManBookers2016

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