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Discussion in 'Book Lovers' started by Nandshyam, Mar 28, 2008.

  1. raswam

    raswam Senior IL'ite

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    I read Shunya by Sri M. A spiritual master of modern times, he breaks down the hyprocrasis of the world, through his character Shunya.
    If a person is taken in by the guru, he is sure to change for the better, how much ever bad he was in the past.
    An interesting read for people looking at spiritual matters in a different light.
     
  2. Summasumma

    Summasumma Guest

    Listening to Audiobook the Razor's edge by Somerset Maugham.
     
  3. gorgeous23

    gorgeous23 Silver IL'ite

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    i read razors edge long back, do tell me ow u find it
     
  4. Summasumma

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    I liked it...but I suppose it wont be universally accepted book... I can relate my life events to that of Larry ...but definitely I would not have taken a decision like what Larry did of not marrying Isabel and other extreme life choices he took...but things like being single and trying to be happy with available option/choices and philosophical interests are things that I can relate with Larry probably that may be the reason I liked Razor's edge...
     
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    Aarushi8411 New IL'ite

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    The Name of the book is Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race
    Finally, the extraordinary lives of four African American women who helped NASA put the first men in space is available for picture book readers. The true story of Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson, and Christine Darden will inspire girls and boys alike to love math, believe in themselves, and reach for the stars.i don't read this book untill now but too soon i will.
     
  6. gajalakshminand

    gajalakshminand New IL'ite

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    i read AJAY K.PANDEY'S" You are the best friend". i liked the story
     
  7. Summasumma

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    I did not face that problem as I listened to war and peace audio book 7 years ago...the author will talk in such a sweet voice for Natasha that I can still remember... i think its little over 100 hours of listening aufio files in total...planning to listen again soon...
     
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    Twinkle Khanna's Pyjamas are forgiving
     
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    Please do share some e-books ladies.
     
  10. Gauri03

    Gauri03 Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    I avoid audio books because I simply cannot focus. I tune out the narrator and get caught up in my own thoughts. I finished reading War and Peace this time and I'm a fan. Will read again in about 20 years.

    Currently reading Adiyogi: The source of yoga by Sadhguru.
     

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