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Book Review: Falling Free by Lois McMaster Bujold

“If you ever have to make a choice between learning and inspiration, boy, choose learning. It works more of the time.” Hey guys, Today I am going to write about a science fiction novel. This was my first book of Lois McMaster Bujold. and its first book in Vorkosigan Saga in chronological order. I heard […]

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Book Review: Atomic Habits by James Clear

“When you fall in love with the process rather than the product, you don’t have to wait to give yourself permission to be happy. You can be satisfied anytime your system is running.” I have read manys self-improvements or productivity books and these books mostly gives you the motivation to do anything and you feel […]

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Book Review: On the Island By Tracey Garvis Graves

“I don’t fit in your world.” “Neither do I,” he said, his expression tender yet resolute. “So let’s make our own. We’ve done it before.” Anna Emerson is a 30-year-old English teacher who going to Maldives island to join the Chalan family in the Maldives. They offered her a job to teach their 17-year-old boy […]

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Book Review: Assassin’s Apprentice By Robin Hobb

“Don’t do what you can’t undo, until you’ve considered what you can’t do once you’ve done it.” The story begins with the main character Fitz, son of Prince Chivalry Farseer, who is a 6-year-old royal bastard come in the capital of Six Duchies. In here he is lonely, has no friends, so he becomes friends […]

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Book Review: The Long Walk By Stephen King

“The longer you went without speaking, the harder it gets to break the silence.“ In this book, Stephen King tells a story about a boy Ray Garraty who joined a contest called Long Walk along with other 100 boys. The winner will be awarded whatever he wants for his entire life. In this contest, everyone […]