Listicle of my favourite bookish gifts
Sibling rivalry over cleanliness led me to “win” this gem! My mother always managed to get me clean my bookshelf with promise of new books. In hindsight, a wonderful way to indulge kids into reading, what say?!! I was crestfallen at the name of book, assuming it to be full of science facts – the name translates to “Mountain of Moon”! To my delight, this was an unputdownable book and one of my favourites. Thank you Mamoni ❤️
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Well, why did this book make to this list? This book is my maiden Hardcover purchased with my salary. Those days I was not aware of the concept of “price drops” (sad note to past self) and simply purchased the most coveted hardcover of one of my favourite writers, Dan Brown. A gift to myself, a memory for lifetime.
The course of love
Sometimes a book finds you. Sayantani Di and Krish da had gifted this book to me on my wedding reception. Are you looking for inspiration for an imperfectly perfect marriage – well, your search stops here! This book had the exact opinions I needed to hear at the start of my new chapter in my life. I was gifted two other books by them, but this one had my heart!
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How can Rakhi celebrations for a book nerd sister go without .. ummm, books? This bulky book was gifted to me by Krishanu Da to add glamour to my book stack – which was hoarded into basically a big carton box those days. Now this book sits in all its glory in my bookshelf.
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