Greed Lust Addiction Book Reviews Lab
Novels,

Greed Lust Addiction by Ravi Dabral

Ravi Dabral’s newly launched novel Greed Lust Addiction has been quite popular among the readers and critics. It has been in the buzz for quite some time now as many readers are expressing their opinions after reading it. I heard about the book as well and could not resist myself from reading it – Hindi as well as the English versions of the novel. Though the novel is a little longer than the usual fiction pieces these days, I still enjoyed it because it’s no lesser than a page-turner by any means. I will share my review of this novel, Greed Lust Addiction, in this post. As it has already been appreciated by many book reviewers from India and abroad, I will try to keep my critical appreciation and points limited to my own conscience. 

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Authors,

Author Pravin Anand – a modern novelist

Pravin Anand Author Novelist

Indian English fiction has been through many phases. At various occasions, many authors have emerged to write for a particular audience and thus establish their identity in a single genre. However, there also have been the authors who have managed to keep a wider audience stuck with themselves for a longer period of time and delivered very rich content. In

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Novels,

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen review

Jane Austen’s name among the leading novelists of England will always be taken with dignity, affection and awe. She has been instrumental in shaping the dimension called English novel. With Austen, the English entered into the habit of reading prose fiction. Today, I will be reviewing Jane Austen’s very popular novel – Pride and Prejudice. Limited, contracting, shrinking, domestic, homely,

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Novels,

Far from the Madding Crowd

Far from the Madding Crowd review
Far from the Madding Crowd
Thomas Hardy
Literary Fiction
WordsWorth Classic
Paperback

One of the best Victorian novels... a must-read for book lovers who want to invest in reading classics. 

Thomas Hardy is certainly one among the forerunners of English fiction – novels. His writing complimented his emotional excursions that dealt with several problems of his time and times to come. His agony took the shape of pessimism and blurred his mstery over the language and expression at times. However, no one can deny that Hardy is, still, the novelist

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Novels,

Elephants in the Room – Suraj Laxminarayanan

Elephants in the Room book review lab
Elephants in the Room
Suraj Laxminarayanan
True Crime
The Write Place
October 2018
Paperback
600

A true crime fiction, the debut one by Suraj Laxminarayanan, Elephants in the Room is a story of random robbers colliding inside the bank they have come to rob... very much happens in between and that is the very soul of this novel!

Elephants in the Room is the debut novel by emerging novelist Suraj Laxminarayanan. He has been contemplating and making this novel perfect for the last four years and it is finally here – a novel by him! With this debut, the novelist has announced his arrival as a serious author writing true crime novels. Hang on, not only that, the

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Ideas,

Is Goodreads Useful for Authors?

How to get reviews on Goodreads

Goodreads has emerged as one of the largest (in fact, the largest) platform in the world for book lovers. On Goodreads, a reader can not only find the next good book to read but many other things. Readers can connect with other readers across the world and they can also interact directly with their favourite authors. For a reader, if

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Non Fiction,

A Thousand Seeds of Joy by Ananda Karunesh

A Thousand Seeds of Joy review book lab
A Thousand Seeds of Joy
Ananda Karunesh
Spiritual
Path of Joy Books
2018
Paperback
424

A Thousand Seeds of Joy is a book which will be interesting to many and meaningless to some... this book demands dedication on the part of readers and also knowledge of basic level in the domain of Indian religious history.

A Thousand Seeds of Joy by a well-known healer and practitioner of Zen Awakening, Ananda Karunesh is the latest book that I have finished. While I read the book only after reading a few of the well-known book reviewers in India, I do have my personal opinion to share. My reading was certainly impressed with the reviews that I read.

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Non Fiction,

Indicting Goliath – Review

Indicting Goliath review
Indicting Goliath
Lal Bhatia
Autobiography
Notion Press
July 2018
Hardcover
278

Lal Bhatia's Indicting Goliath is a book based on the true events which he has lived in the USA - the prison, the torture, the injustice. This book will let the readers know how the USA tried to cover a billion dollar money-laundering case and falsely accuse and punish the whistleblower in turn! A must-read book which does not lack in thrill and excitement despite being a non-fiction.

Title – Indicting Goliath
Written by – Lal Bhatia
Publisher – Notion Press
Year of publication – 2018
Pages – 278
Genre – autobiographical
Ideal Read for – readers interested in reading real stories or real people’s life-struggles
Rating – 5/5 stars!
Instant Review – unmissable!

Very few are the books which instantly touch the underlying layers of your consciousness and you just set yourself to read the book

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