JS & The Times of my life by Jug Suraiya

Book Reviews Program is 10 books young and we have received a great response from all you bloggers! ūüôā Today, we cross this mark to introduce you to the eleventh book of this program. The author of this book is a famous columnist and journalist of India. We are giving away Jug Suraiya’s ‘JS & The Times of my life’ for review.¬†This book is an account of his personal memoirs at various stages of his life. Read the excerpt below to know what this book offers.

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Review ‘Hello, Bastar’ by Rahul Pandita

Poetry, Fiction, Politics, Bollywood and many other exciting topics have been covered under the¬†Book Reviews program. Today we have a book based on an untold story of India’s Maoist movement. We present to you with a non-fiction book today, which falls under the category of History and Politics.¬†Rahul Pandita‘s popular book¬†‘Hello, Bastar’ is the next one to be featured in this program! He studied the Maoist movement for more than a decade and here is his book, a first hand account of his observations and information acquired while researching them.

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Bombay Duck is a Fish

We announced Shreya Chatterjee’s book ‘Musings of a Wanderer‘ 4 days ago, and we are back already to satiate your reading hunger with yet another exciting book! A book that has an interesting story revolving around an aspiring filmmaker who moves to Mumbai, wanting to make it big in the glittering world of Bollywood. Introducing Kanika Dhillon,¬† Screenplay Writer of Ra.One, upcoming SRK movie, whose book ‘Bombay Duck is a Fish’, is¬†a wonderful, racy story about youth, ambition and Bollywood, as said by famous Bollywood choreographer and director, Farah Khan. With the backdrop of Bollywood and struggle to live in a big city, this book looks like an intriguing read.

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Musings of A Wanderer

Yay! Over 100 copies of books have been given to bloggers for review, under the book reviews program. A variety of writing styles, plot and stories have been roped in with this program, by introducing great authors and different genres. Today, we are adding 10 more copies to the list, another author and a different genre. Introducing Shreya Chatterjee at BlogAdda, in this program, with her book Musings of a Wanderer.


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I Have A Dream

Chanakya’s Chant, the last book which was up for review as a part of¬†Book Reviews program has received an overwhelming response.¬†Thank you everyone! ūüôā The list of books under this program is growing and it is now time to announce our next book. The book has the¬†inspiring stories of 20 social entrepreneurs, who found new ways to solve old problems. The Author has two best selling books in her fame, Stay Hungry Stay Foolish & Connect The Dots. Let’s welcome one of India’s bestselling author,¬†Rashmi Bansal‘s third ¬†book¬†I Have A Dream as the next book for review as a part of our Book Reviews Program.

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Chanakya’s Chant by Ashwin Sanghi

He likes fact that sounds like fiction and fiction that sounds like fact. His novels are a perfect blend of these two. Yes, we are talking about¬†Ashwin Sanghi, who is an entrepreneur by day, and a novelist by night. He has published two brilliantly written and well researched novels and today, you have a chance to review his current best selling novel – Chanakya’s Chant!

This novel is interesting and gripping read for Shashi Tharoor, a cracker of a page-turner for Hindustan Times and recommended to all by Amish Tripathi. This week, we have a large number of copies available. Make sure you quickly fill in the form, if you are interested to review.

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