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Giveaway #5 | Tiger Mates | Amrish Shah

January 22, 2015

bookGeeks.in proudly announces its fifth giveaway, and this time it is the book Tiger Mates by author Amrish Shah

Shyla is a young lady working with an NGO in Capetown, South Africa whose world is shattered when she realizes that her dying father is not her real one and that she is actually the…

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Giveaway #4 | Flames Of Paradise | Tanuja Shankar

January 4, 2015

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bookGeeks.in proudly announces its fourth giveaway, and this time it is the book Flames of Paradise by author Tanuja Shankar. The book is a matured love story of an ambitious journalist Snigdha who gets trapped among the Jihadis in Kashmir while interviewing the group chief. Much to her …

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Giveaway #3 | Far Beyond the Dead End | Saikat Baksi (CLOSED)

July 5, 2014

THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED AND THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED.

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far beyond the dead end    bookGeeks.in proudly announces its third giveaway, and this time it is bestselling author Saikat Baksi’s “Far Beyond the Dead End”. Mohenjodaro or the mound of death (in the Indus Valley civilization), which it is now calle…

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Giveaway #2 | Burning Sapphires | Suresh Goswami (CLOSED)

May 21, 2014

 THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED AND THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED.

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burning sapphires BookGeeks proudly announces its second giveaway, and this time it is debut author Suresh K. Goswami’s “Burning Sapphires”. Suresh is a Kashmiri himself and in this book writes passionately about the mass exodus of Kashmiri Pand…

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Giveaway #1 | The Black Coat | Neamat Imam (CLOSED)

February 21, 2014

 THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED AND THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED.

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BookGeeks proudly announces its first giveaway, and we start it with Neamat Imam’s ‘The Black Coat’. The book is a satire based on the Sheikh Mujib government of Bangladesh, and in the words of our reviewer, “Though this book is a work…

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