Indira Gandhi Biography

Indira Gandhi Biography

I have always admired Indira Gandhi. She was a lioness in her own way. That’s why I picked up an Indira Gandhi biography written by Katherine Frank. I was astounded after reading it. The author wrote the biography with utmost honesty. She did not shy away from disclosing the ugly parts. However, I did feel that the book could have been more comprehensive. Author could have touched more on Operation Blue Star and Indira Gandhi’s courtship with Feroze Gandhi.

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best book quotes

The 40 Best Book Quotes

Today, I have decided to write a about the best book quotes that I found in books I have read. I am a big fan of quotes and often collect them in my little pocket notebook.

These are the quotes from books that often made me think, often reaching the deeper spaces within me.

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A Man Called Ove

A Man Called Ove By Fredrik Backman | Book Review

Every once in a while, there come along a book that captivates you. This book is just the same. A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman is a delightful book to read. It is funny but also deeply emotional. It’s a story about A Man Called Ove. The book is hilarious and told with an emotional intensity that slowly develops through out the book. By the end, there is no denying of the emotional undercurrents that you will experience. This book is about rediscovery and healing with grief. It is also a story about how people add colors to the life and their importance in life.

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The English Patient

The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje | Book Review

I cannot really fathom what goes through Michael Ondaatje’s mind. How can someone write such beautiful prose that leaves you breathless? The magic of the Ondaatje book is that you float with it as if in a smooth flowing brook. And once you have read the book, there is no going back. You can never be the same. The words will fill your very being. They will step into that deep longing within your heart.

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