#BookGiveaway: The THC by Manoj Jain (Update)

*This Giveaway is sponsored by SilverSpun.in

Book Giveaway: The THC (Total Holistic Center) by Manoj Jain

Hello fellow Readers,

For next 30 days I am hosting a Book Giveaway on this blog in which you’ll get an intrigue and well written book by Manoj Jain. I have **50** copies for you.

Rules:

To enter this Book Giveaway, all you have to do is to comment below in the comment section. First 50 people to comment will get the book. 

Please, do not comment twice.

REQUIRED: In your comment, you must leave your email address and one social media link (preferably Twitter).

NOT REQUIRED: Additionally (not required) in the comment you can describe “Why do you want to read The THC by Manoj Jain?”

 Make sure you check the “eligibility criteria” before entering this Book Giveaway.

First 50 people with valid comments will be classified as WINNERS. All Winners will be notified through email in between or after 30 days.

**Eligibility Criteria: YOUR RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS SHOULD BE FROM INDIA!

** This Giveaway will be over on 25th February

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BOOK REVIEW: Thicker than Blood by Munmun Gosh

Sometimes when you are reading a book, it’s all about the reading. The plot, the characters— likeable ones and unlikable ones, nobody gives a damn about mediocre ones. The setting matters at times when a reader is in the mood. The setting of the plot again matters if a writer can surprise irrespective of a reader’s mood. Such as I won’t be looking forward to the setting of the plot in a Shakespeare’s play as much as in Charles Dickens’ novel. There a lot of other factors which we, as readers, unknowingly look forward too.

Thick than Blood by Munmun Gosh tells a tale of a couple who are facing a misadventure in their marriage when are introduced to a reader. The wife, Mayuri, cannot conceive even with the medication involved. Her husband, who thinks he loves her, together, tries various treatments that brings out the pressure of society, their own parents, both physically and emotionally, straining their married relationship.

A book never fails in exploring a theme so does this one. A book always arouses curiosity in a reader’s mind in form of questions and this one doesn’t fail to do so either. I have to appreciate the writer, Munmun Gosh, for her poetic writing style which completes this book. Her writing is what made look forward to another page until I reached the back cover of the book. Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Thicker than Blood by Munmun Gosh”