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

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Post time: 1-5-2019 14:33:32
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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: 2-5-2019 12:16:59
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Completed reading One Life is Not Enough by K Natwar Singh. Natwar Singh once a successful diplomat, close confident of Nehru and Indira Gandhi but right now forgotten as a political leader. Despite the illustrated career as diplomat and association with most of the powerful politicians, the narration is dull and could not evoke interest.
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Post time: 2-5-2019 20:31:16
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Started reading 'Upon a burning throne' by Ashok Banker. Will post review once done. So far it has been a caricature of Mahabharata and game of thrones.
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Started reading 'Upon a burning throne' by Ashok Banker. Will post review once done. So far it has b ...

Mahabharata is kind of India's version of Game of Thrones. Looking forward to reading the review.
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Post time: 3-5-2019 16:58:37
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Have started to read my precious box set of The Chronicles of Narnia. Its actually fun, that I finish a book, and then watch a movie with my 5yo daughter. And then, start a new book in the series. Though between book 1 and 2, I picked up India Unbound by Gurcharan Das (it tells story of our economy - before and after independence, till 2007), it is interesting, but a slow read, which is unfinished by me yet.
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Post time: 5-5-2019 12:20:19
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Recently I finished the book "Supreme Whispers" by Abhinav Chandrachud. A very interesing read. The writer has given many details of as what went behind the closed doors of Supreme Court.I commend it to my fellows as a good read..
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Post time: 7-5-2019 06:48:31 Posted From Mobile Phone
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5 AM Club by Robin Sharia.  A superb & must read book for self development.
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Post time: 7-5-2019 08:42:53
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Thrillers! at the moment.. "Lie to me" by ellison
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Post time: 12-5-2019 15:03:10
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Sandman by Neil Gaiman
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Post time: 16-5-2019 08:57:08
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Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto
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