Monthly Archives: June 2016


Open by Andre AgassiMy rating: 4 of 5 stars Andre Agassi’s “Open” is probably the most non-sports memoir I have read and despite being about a lost childhood and a search for self-identity, it’s also an extraordinary book about life … Continue reading

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Go Goa Gone

Hot. Humid. Honey Singh on the beach. His songs, that is. Signboards in Russian. Even the books in Calangute resort library are in Russian. Mills and Boon from the looks of them. Beach. Red flag. Dogs in the sea. Click! … Continue reading

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