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BOOK REVIEW: One Fish, Two Fish, Big Fish, Little Fish by R Scott Tyler

Pages: 178

Published: 2016 by Griffonneur Press 

Cover Rating: 4/5

Life continues to move on since it consists of time and time is the constant, a frequently changing substance that we all are bound to. Same goes Family that we were introduced by Tyler in the first book of the trilogy: Smugglers in Paradise.

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BOOK REVIEW: If You Never try, You will Never Know by Sahil Mehta

Published: June 2017 by Notion Press

Cover Rating: 4/5

Sahil Mehta’s new book released earlier this year in the month of June is about an 18 year old protagonist who has left his home and arrived in a surreal city of Vihan. His motive is to pursue his dream of becoming a musician.

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BOOK REVIEW: Game of Wit and Chance by R. Scott Tyler

Pages: 160

Published: 2015 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

Cover Rating: 5/5

First in the trilogy of Smuggles in Paradise is set in the post World War II to era. Gilberto Ramos, originally from Philippines, leaves United States to return to his beloved homeland. Newly wedded with an American wife, Sophia, happily joins him on his journey to satisfy her own wanderlust. Soon they have bear four children and raising them with all the love a family can offer with the help of music and the sea surrounding them.

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BOOK REVIEW: Spoilt for Choice by Poornansh Shrivastava

Pages: 210

Published: May 2017 by Half Baked Beans

Cover Rating: 4/5

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Spoilt for Choice by Dr. Poornansh Shirvastava is a different type of story. It’s a reincarnation of a teenage boy to a man through struggles and achieving one’s own dreams. This work of fiction is semi-autobiographical consists a story of a boy among 200 Riders who participate in motorcycle racing every season to conduct for the final round that leads to one champion.

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