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NovembersChild – 5 favourite books authored by women writers (Guest Post)

posted by Anupriya October 31, 2018 0 comments

I love to read, I have since I was a little girl.  I remember winning books in many contests during school and college time. Now that book reviewing is a part of my profession as Novemberschild , I read more and more. Since I love books so much, I thought I’d share some the titles which are now a part of my all time favourite books. Here’s a list of 5 women authors – whom I have read a lot and are my personal favourites, in no particular order of preference or genre who have contributed to literary scene, and who for me they are women full of vision, fearlessness and original. Kudos to the barriers they broke in the literary world and beyond. Continue Reading

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Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts – A Book Review

posted by Anupriya October 4, 2017 15 Comments

Shantaram is the story of a runaway criminal Lin, who manages to escape a high-security prison in Australia and travels to Mumbai by forging documents for a new identity.

The book is reminiscent of an era gone by when the Mumbai Mafia was rising to its glory. When youth from across the country came to Mumbai and did not flinch at the prospect of becoming a hired gun for one of the power gangs in the City of Dreams. Amidst the hustle bustle of drug trafficking, prostitutes, and gangsters, Lin has a mesmerizing journey of rooting himself to this city.

On his arrival, Lin runs into that one man who would remain his friend for life and become his foster brother and acquires his Indian name, Shantaram. As he continues his journey, Lin is lucky enough to attract the right kind of people, who help him survive in the madness of the city. And thus begins a tale of friendship, love, manipulation, and betrayal. Continue Reading


What is your Nutrition Quotient?

posted by Anupriya November 4, 2016 0 comments

My father-in-law always insists on getting fresh milk from the dairy every morning and evening. As per him once the milk is boiled and cooled its nutritive value goes down. I never paid heed to it and thought that it was just his accentuated sense of love for his grand-children and he just wanted to make that extra effort to go and get fresh milk morning and evening from the dairy farm. But after completing the NQ course by Tetrapack I understood that every subsequent boiling or heating depletes the heat sensitive vitamins and reduces milk’s nutritive value. Continue Reading