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Tags are ways for you to group your books: by genre, author, theme, characters, or whatever you want. I don't know how to request that Shelfari upload a title, sorry!
Please don't think other wise, I'm just trying to project my self as an observer, but the thing is that, just I want share some books from me in reward I am expecting some books from you With Best RegardsTirumala Rao
I am a good observer can able to guess the personality of a person, I want to reach more people to disolve their problems, to reach more or to help more I have to know more.In that concern I want to exchange thoughts
Sorry typo- i meant- The edge of reason carries the same premise OF Bridget Jones' diary forward.
Hi. The edge of reason carries the same premise or Bridget Jones' diary forward. Only this time, Bridget has a boyfriend. Its a timepass read, honestly I preferred the first book though. I felt the middle portion drags a bit, but do read it if u liked the first book.
Based in Sweden, a journalist is given an opportunity to solve a murder mystery. Hows imagining india?
The girl with the dragon tattoo is a thriller and a murder mystery. Its very good
Cool, how is it? Im reading Bridget Jones-The Edge of reason
how was da vinci decoded? Im reading The girl with the dragon tatoo by Stieg Larsson. Its really good so far
thanks :) what are u reading?
The Kite RunnerKhaled Hosseini debut novel: The Kite Runner, is an extraordinary journey of self redemption.It follows the very different lives of two half brothers from different social classes: Amir, the son of a wealthy Sunni Muslim, and Hassan, the “son” of a poorer Shi’a Muslim in the war torn Afghanistan—from the soviet invasion to the American liberation of 1981.Amir’s mother died giving birth, and Hassan mother abandoned her father, so the two children shared the same nursing woman. They grew up like brothers, but always remembering that at the end of the day, Hassan would go to the servant quarters and Amir would retire to the life of luxury.This powerful first novel tells a story of fierce cruelty and yet redeeming love as Amir is transformed from a kid coming of age during the last peaceful days of the monarchy, just before Afghanistan's revolution and invasion by the Russian forces. Political events, as dramatic as the ones that are presented in this book, are only a part of the story. We get a vivid and engaging story about how long people have been fighting for their own redemption while the author juxtaposes how long Afghanistan itself has been trying to triumph against violence.In spite of its graphic violence it was a delight to read!”