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Rohiniranu

Rohiniranu

Joined July 2018

They call me bookworm and I like it.
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#in2018 @RealLifeReading
2018 had been a bad bad year. I got so much less time.

RealLifeReading Hey but you read 50+ books! That‘s great! 13mo
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I liked the way this book's name- The last train to Istanbul- was written among red bordered flowers. Turning the book over, I couldn't help taking the book, after reading the twisted opening plot.
A wonderful book with a high tension filled plot, clever placings of stories, and an easy language. Though sometimes I felt irritated at the lack of intense words in showing heavy emotions. But still the clear language is an asset most of the time.

Doughtah Ayy, I‘m hoping to finish this before new years day ♥️ i also like the clear language, but it hasnt sucked me in yet. Im only 20% in. When did it really draw u in? 13mo
Rohiniranu @Doughtah To be specific, the opening plot itself drew me in. I also have interest on nazi-period related topics, so that fuelled it. But anyways, I hope u like the book. Have a good read and time! 13mo
Doughtah Ahh, gotcha. ☺️ Thanks! 13mo
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Its been many years I hadn't read any Christie books. I remember those days when I was totally smitten by Christie and her unpredictable plots. So its natural that I'm quite excited to start this new book. Time for some cozy thrills.

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Language's nice and fluid. The book doesn't show any interest matter yet, considering I haven't read much, but still keeps its ground. Though the book name is kind of ridiculous.

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Love in the Time of Cholera | Gabriel Garcia Marquez
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A fantastically fashionable book, causes you to sit still and go on reading, stopping occasionally just to breathe and think about it. A true classic!

CoffeeNBooks I read this one a few months ago, and I thought it was really good. I struggled with One Hundred Years of Solitude, so I liked this one much better! 13mo
Rohiniranu @CoffeeNBooks i haven't read that book so I won't know. But anyways glad u liked it! 13mo
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Carve the Mark | Veronica Roth
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Gotta like this book maybe. Gazes well into hatred and loyality. Concept's nice, but rather common. Plot goes interesting.

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Dress Codes for Small Towns | Courtney Stevens
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After so many trash YA books, this one actually hit the chords. Been loving it so far.

RaimeyGallant Good to know. :) And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 1y
CoffeeNBooks Welcome to Litsy! 1y
Rohiniranu @CoffeeNBooks oh thank you! 1y
RaimeyGallant My pleasure. :) 1y
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Fish in a Tree | Lynda Mullaly Hunt

"My grandpa used to say to be careful with eggs and words, because neither can ever be fixed."

Jess7 Welcome!! 1y
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