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[Discussion] What are you currently reading? - August 2019

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Post time: 3-8-2019 23:53:21 Posted From Mobile Phone
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Continuing our popular "What are you currently reading?" discussion thread. Members are free to discuss the book although we would suggest moving to a review thread for in-depth discussions.

So, what are you currently reading? What is the recent book you finished reading? What do you think of it? How would you rate it? Do share.

Note: Members planning to read and discuss a book, and looking for a reading buddy/buddies can post a request at Buddy Read Introduction and Requests
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Post time: 4-8-2019 01:36:57
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Recently I completed Second Chance At Love by Ruchita Mishra.

Story is about Samar and Bindiya two broken souls opposite to each other when they met in life.. I appreciate author the way she explained about character. If you like romantic books give a try. My rating 4/5.

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Post time: 6-8-2019 12:25:53
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Still stuck on A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry.

Though I am enjoying it, I don't understand why I have become so slow !!
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Post time: 6-8-2019 16:57:47
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I have just started reading a biography on Timur.
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Post time: 6-8-2019 17:41:26
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The World of Hrishikesh Mukherjee - The Filmmaker Everyone Loves by Jai Arjun Singh.

I found it quite engrossing and interesting from the very first paragraph. The author has very nicely brought to our notice the parallels in his films, the opposites, the duels. I will have to see Hrishida's films again from the different angle I learned from this author. This is not a biography but an insight into the filmmaker's world.
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Post time: 7-8-2019 11:56:37
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Sherlock Holmes The Lost Stories. by John H. Watson

Contains some small stories of Sherlock Holmes that were previously un-published. Have read the book around 20%, seems to be good read especially for the British English. Stories are OK I would say Nothing phenomenal but the language is good.
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Post time: 8-8-2019 20:30:15
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"Here Falls the shadow" by Bhaskar Chattopadhyay. It seems to be an okay type thriller so far.
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Post time: 6 day(s) ago
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Currently reading Red War by Vince Flynn.
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Post time: 6 day(s) ago
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last i read was ORIGIN by Dan brown, this was my first time to read one of his books, it was fast thrilling and kept you following the story on the edge.
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