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Why we need Superheroes!

For a long time, humans have been seeking alternate realities to escape the bleakness of the living world. There is so much we wish to change, and so much that we are powerless to. Children around the world pick up Comic Books, some to escape a torn household, some to forget their personal demons. All […]

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Are you Happy?

“Am I happy with my life?” Many of us ask ourselves this question to bring back to mind our goals and aspirations.  A majority of the distinguished, lucrative personalities, when interviewed seeking their formula for success, admitted rather proudly to have asked themselves this very question. Having answered quietly in their mind, they went out […]

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The Runaway Jury | Review

John Grisham has a reputation of either nailing a story right until to subterranean levels or simply falter in the roots and make a hash of things throughout. The Runaway Jury initially seemed to fall amongst the latter category. However, the book got a revival midway and the end was a signature Grisham visceral denouement […]

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Fearless by Eric Blehm

Drugs, seems like a cool idea isn’t it. No matter how much we are all warned against even trying them, it has got ambassadors of its own. Steve Jobs famously asked students at Harvard if they smoked pot as if it was nothing unusual and completely ordinary. Founders of google looked for their CEO at […]

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Glitter And Gloss

There are a variety of genres, categories and types of book, each with their own fan following. However one particular category is universally disliked and no writer wants his or her work to be labeled under this category. These are the books that ought never to have been written. I am sorry to say that […]

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The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

After over 30 years, Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale (1985) gets its harrowing TV adaptation and even the mighty author herself cannot believe the raw impact made by its disturbing premise on screen. Watching, rather than reading, the horrors of enslavement, subjugation, rape and mutilation faced by women in the service of men […]

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