Inferno (Robert Langdon #4) by Dan Brown

Dan Brown Inferno Cover

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

For an author known to pen stories so complex and original that it would make the mess in my cupboard look neater than the display shelf of a Raymond showroom, the book is surprisingly simple and COPIED.

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Men and Dreams in the Dhauladhar by Kochery C Shibu

men and dreams in the dhauladhar cover

The book’s like a complicated recipe, you don’t know what’s in it and you sure as hell won’t know what it tastes like after you eat it.

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Paths of Glory by Jeffrey Archer

Paths of Glory

Jeffrey Archer has recreated the will of a man that drove him to conquer the unconquerable but somewhat fails to create the same drive in the reader to turn these pages

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The Piano Teacher by Janice Y.K. Lee

The Piano Teacher

A beautiful story with no ending

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Fall of Giants (Century Trilogy #1) by Ken Follett

Fall of Giants

To read it is to live it, and I just read the First World War.

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Ghostman by Roger Hobbs

Ghostman cover

A brilliant effort by debutant Roger Hobbs. A definite 4.5 stars

Great points about this book :
1. Great combination of fast and slow paced action, sometimes even a mixture of these two.
2. Switching between 2 stories each 5 years apart throughout the book and their ultimate intersection towards the end was what made me want this book to go on and on…..

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