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On a visit to Collectors Treasury -Finding a book on Persian Poetry
May 19, 2017|Books and ReviewsPeople

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On a visit to Collectors Treasury -Finding a book on Persian Poetry

On a visit to Collectors Treasury -Finding a book on Persian Poetry

I held books printed with your name inside your words which I read aloud to my friend savouring the rhythm

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I Know this pain
May 19, 2017|Books and ReviewsPeoplePoetry

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I Know this pain

I Know this pain

I know this pain; with tips of a tired sun and tiredness of a restless moon When every candle of memory and chance of glory is limited. Broken. Lost. Away.

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May 18, 2017|Books and Reviews

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5 ways to stay nerdy in Africa: 1. Always Read 2. Date a bookworm 3. Gift a book 4. Adopt homeless books 5. Be friendly to authors — BookCrest Cabernet (@Najm_writes) November 13, 2016

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Eyo
May 17, 2017|Books and Reviews

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Eyo

Eyo

It is a shocking tale that grips your mind and abandons it to the staleness of grief. Yet,as a reader you still possess the thirst to persevere with these pin-tips of trafficking, sex slavery and obliteration of human life because the authors’ virtuosity limits you to send the book back

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Beautiful Child
May 17, 2017|Books and Reviews

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Beautiful Child

Beautiful Child

Written by Torey Hayden , Beautiful Child “is a true tale of a child trapped in silence and the teacher who refuses to give up on her”. A touchy memoir told in unchallenged description and taints of emotions. Here is a book you’ll love to read.

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Shadows of Granada
May 17, 2017|Books and Reviews

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Shadows of Granada

Shadows of Granada

This is a historical novel, speaking about a critical period in the sixteenth century, connecting Granada to Egypt. Dorra, a carpet weaver, her grandson Maa-alzahab, and her sister Sahar are the main characters that represent Granada. Ibrahem, the son of the head of merchants of Cairo, is the main character

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