Stories Tagged 'Book review'
A failing, disgruntled, middle-aged writer travels the world to forget his beloved, and finds love again where he least expects it Nothing unique about the concept
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This is a wretched tale about revolting people This is also an empathetic account of needful humans
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Narayan Wagle might have taken the Nepali literary scene by storm with 2005’s Madan Puraskar-winning Palpasa Café, but before that, he had already made a name for himself as the writer of the widely-followed Coffee Guff columns, published weekly in Kantipur’s Koselee supplement.
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Without failing to shed light on the importance of time, Athot stresses that what we failed to do in our lives are not less important than what we actually did. 
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