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This book is about Ali during the war trodden in Basra, Iraq and the man behind prosecuting Saddam Hussein for the crimes against humanity. But what I am unable to get is the clarity of choosing the said title when it is more about leading the life of rationing, worrisome and uncertainty. Although make sense for using the video games as a diversion perhaps lacks the persistence over the story line. It’s a relief to see less emotionalism on the family front and lip smacking delicacies such as tahini, date hummus palate.

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I am obsessed with book reading habit and a boring member of several book groups on ‘Facebook’ but, ‘Reddit’ overrides when it comes to exploring new books. And it is how this book landed on me and led me to ponder over its sagacious plot. This is about a lonely hen namely sprout who adopts a duck (Greentop) and its growing mutuality is what discussed in here. I have never read ‘Animal Farm’ by George Orwell but know its outline through reviews and can vouch that the animal character’s communications feel like humans do including the current one. This book is loaded with emotions and nobody can believe is translated from the Korean version by the author. The reason for the chosen title is revealed at the end and will pierce your heart for sure. Kindly have some wipes handy and gonna miss sprout kindness! 😢

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This book gives hope to think mindful when anxious and depressed. It offers plenty of positive views in the form of animal illustrations encapsulated with quotes which apparently was authors coping mechanism as well. It pulls a courage to feed the right support and happy to see the authors inputs from her own experiences which could make the readers to incorporate with ease. Overall, this book is poised and certainly ‘we all can do all the things’ as highlighted in the book.

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Depression and anxiety are a conjoined term which many suffer and yet has not attained its true recognition. Matt having an exposure to the illness gave his inputs that can be called as a true memoir. Being a social phobic, anxious feel is engraved deeply which cannot be erased with just positive rain of words. There must be a continuous pattern of good thinking, reflections to make it work. So, this is what Matt has put forward in this book and I feel he has aced it. After “The midnight library, ” I chose this book to try and did not make me susceptible to mediocre views, except being open minded with what is serviceable. I think this book needs to be in every school library and hope it transforms the lives of vulnerable fellow beings. Kindly acknowledge its impertinence and enriched to reach as many as possible. This statement is interesting – “To panic without a reason that’s madness. To panic with a reason that’s sanity” 🙂

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