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The Quiet American - 'Brighton Rock ' was my first exposure to Graham Greene and it was not pleasant. I found it quite morbid. I chanced upon 'The Quiet American' at an inn where I was staying over the weekend and ...more
'Tis begins where ‘Angela’s Ashes’ left off – Frank in New York. We see how he, a misfit, fumbling in the new American culture . The beginning of the book is extremely funny and you notice the contrast with Angela’s Ashes instantly. ..more
Anti establishment. Liberated. Two words that come to my mind when I think of 'Lady Chatterley's Lover'...More
What can be more wonderful to a biblophile like me, than, a book about books. I first heard .. More
'Twilight' is one of those rare books that appear to much better than they actually are. The basic ..More
The Play Room - The Play Room is centered around Laura, a 15 year intelligent girl from a lower
The 13 Problems - In the small village of St Mary Mead, Miss Marple and her friends get together for a quite dinner evening...
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