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BookGeeks is a book review blog dedicated to Indian authors. We do Book R..
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The God Who Loved Motorbikes is not just a book. It is a feeling; it is a journey in itself that is so wondrous and yet sometimes so ..read more
Because It’s Love is a bag of mixed emotions. The story is pretty elaborate and detailed. The message and the underlying moral lessons ..read more
The Green Room is a pretty decent book for somebody looking for mild horror. Set in a centuries old boarding school of Nainital, the book ..read more
No Trespassing is a book that only comes once in a while. With such an intriguing theme, a decent array of characters, some nail-biting ..read more
North Korea’s Hidden Revolution is a book that showcases a much less dramatic and neutral side of North Korea. It tells us a tale not of ..read more
With some very witty writing, a generous dose of local Punjabi influence, an informal language, relatable characters and an effortless ..read more
The Lost Faith is more than just a story. It is a call for urgency; it is a call for action. By the means of a thrilling story, the author ..read more
Issa Rae has a take on almost everything under the sun and her takes are not just unusual but also quite comical. While, the book isn’t ..read more
A strong female character, simple language, teenage group dynamics, local influences of the neighborhood, the exciting and tantalizing ..read more
Wish I Could Tell You tells us a story where real gets mixed up with fake, reality with illusion and the virtual world with the physical ..read more

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