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Vikash Goyal
I am pUzZlEd, f-r-u-s-t-r-a-t-e-d and I am |PERFECT|
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Vikash Goyal Sep 21
Just posted a photo @ Kurseong
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Vikash Goyal Sep 21
Just posted a photo @ Kurseong
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Vikash Goyal Sep 18
Just posted a photo @ Kurseong
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Vikash Goyal Sep 12
Just posted a photo @ Kurseong
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Vikash Goyal Sep 11
Just posted a photo @ Hạ Long - Thành phố xinh đẹp
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Vikash Goyal Sep 11
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Vikash Goyal Sep 3
Cho NAM - Joo's - Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982 Rating - 3.5/5 This is about the fairer sex. This is about misogyny. This is about all the women around the world. This book, is about Kim Jiyoung in Korea. Kim Jiyoung is…
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Vikash Goyal Sep 3
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Vikash Goyal Sep 2
John Fante's - Ask the Dust Rating- 5/5 There is not much that can be said about this book. Ask the dust is more than a book, it's an experience. Bandini is more than just Fante's imagination - he is a man…
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Vikash Goyal Aug 30
Sade's - 120 days of Sodom Rating - N/A This is not for your weak and compassionate heart. This is not for your rational head. This is not for humanity. This book should never have been written, but, well, it has…
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Vikash Goyal Aug 25
Just there. (Out of breath) A jolt A propeller A lightning A last dying Ounce of breath A push The winning line. . . . . . .
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Vikash Goyal Aug 24
Toshikazu Kawaguchi's - Before the coffee gets cold. Rating- 3/5 What will you do if you get a chance to visit the past? Before you answer, let me tell you that you cannot change the present. Oh, and - you've got…
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Vikash Goyal Aug 23
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Vikash Goyal Aug 22
Ahmed Saadawi's - Frankenstein in Baghdad. Rating - 4/5 The book explodes with such brutality that it takes away the reader's sense of hearing --- followed by a deafening silence. Welcome to Baghdad. . . This book…
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Vikash Goyal Aug 22
Banana Yoshimoto's - Kitchen Rating- 4/5 There is something about Japanese literature - I mean, the writing is always dream-like and sombre. And I have read a few writers to venture this remark. From Tanizaki to…
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Vikash Goyal Aug 18
Carlos Ruiz Jafon's - The Shadow of the Wind Rating - 4.5/5 Amazing. When one starts with The Shadow of the Wind, he is unconsciously drawn into the very heart of the book. This happens in the first page…
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Vikash Goyal Aug 11
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Vikash Goyal Aug 11
Anaïs Nin's - A model Rating - 3/5 Let's keep it short. 'A Model' is a collection of short erotic tales by the intriguing Anaïs Nin. The book has delectable, fantastical imagery which is sadly, devoid of the…
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Vikash Goyal Aug 10
Markus Zusak's - Bridge of Clay Rating - 3.5/5 I was once told a story about a boy, who kept a box of matchsticks deep in his pocket. A certain memory was attached to that box for him - until he forgot about it.…
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Vikash Goyal Aug 6
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