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  • World Without Books

    Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury PS3503 B798F Central Library Movie adaptations have been made of it, scholars have talked much about it and libraries have made a point of keeping multiple copies of it. But for some reason, I’ve not read this classic from the 50s till now. As I started reading it, I had […]

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  • Magical Chocolates

    by Joanne Harris Penguin Books PR6058 H315C 2000 Central Library If you’ve read any book written by Joanne Harris, you will be able to make a reasonable good guess that Chocolat will be a delicious tale, full of mention of chocolate confectionary, intriguing recipes and how food, has that magical ability to flavor life. Indeed, […]

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  • Fantasy World in Neverwhere

    by Neil Gaiman Headline Book Publishing PS3557 G141N Central Library In Neverwhere,Neil Gaiman has created yet another wondrous yet completely believable universe- London Down. Richard Mayhew, our unlikely hero, starts out an ordinary young man, with an ordinary job, living in ordinary London. That all changes when he chances upon a girl bleeding on the […]

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  • Rococo Rocks for Kamikaze Girls

    Director: Tetsyua Nakashima PN1997.2 Kkg Central Library Multimedia Stack#CDV3116  Based on the popular, hip and ultra cool shojo manga, the movie is a faithful adaptation of the book by Novala Takemoto. This charming story about Momoko, a 17 year old student who lives a humdrum existence in rural Ibaraki prefecture. A perfect “Lolita”, Momoko fantasizes […]