Monthly Archives: June 2015

Family Matters (115)

Family Matters By Rohinton Mistry This is another wonderful novel by Mistry! This book was part of our Canadian Book Review challenge in June. And here I am reviewing this book for this month. What a grand way of ending … Continue reading

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A Fine Balance (114)

A Fine Balance By: Rohinton Mistry This is another gem by Rohinton Mistry. I absolutely loved the book. As some of the readers of the Canadian Book Review Challenge will realize, I have been reading a lot of Rohinton Mistry … Continue reading

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Such a Long Journey (113)

Such a Long Journey Rohinton Mistry This is another gem written by Rohinton. He is a brilliant story-teller and will keep a reader’s attention until the book is finished. It is a highly moving book as well as funny in … Continue reading

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The Scream (112)

The Scream By: Rohinston Mistry This is a very unique book that kept me glued to the pages until I read it through. It is a relatively short book, but it is very deep and moving. I was experiencing insomnia … Continue reading

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The Water Rat of Wanchai (111)

The Water Rat of Wanchai By Ian Hamilton I have recently come upon Ian Hamilton’s writings. I read in Good Times Magazine about the author and how he creates a sanctuary for himself in the comforts of his basement. That is … Continue reading

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The Red Pole of Macau (110)

The Red Pole of Macau By Ian Hamilton I have recently come upon Ian Hamilton’s writings. I read in Good Times Magazine about the author and how he creates a sanctuary for himself in the comforts of his basement. That is … Continue reading

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The Disciple of Las Vegas (109)

The Disciple of Las Vegas By Ian Hamilton I have recently come upon Ian Hamilton’s writings. I read in Good Times Magazine about the author and how he creates a sanctuary for himself in the comforts of his basement. That … Continue reading

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