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Diary From The Missing Plane
Price: Free! Words: 7,650. Language: English. Published: April 26, 2014 . Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General, Fiction » Inspirational
(4.56 from 9 reviews)
The flight finally landed. I was on the aisle seat, and most of the windows were closed. I tried to take a glimpse of the ground. I couldn’t. The landing was terrible. It seemed as if the runway was full of potholes. Almost all the passengers started abusing words towards the airline and the pilots.
Seven Lives Together-The Mughal Warrior
Series: Seven Lives Together, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 94,980. Language: English. Published: March 15, 2014 . Categories: Fiction » Romance » Suspense, Fiction » Historical » Medieval
(4.71 from 14 reviews)
The book shows an Australian couple’s journey through the cycle of lives and deaths from 16th Century onwards. They fell in love while participating in the hunter game. The monk who performed their wedding ceremony blessed them to continue their marital journey for at least seven lives. Will they be really remain together in their long journey through centuries?

Smashwords book reviews by Shrimant

  • Anti Aging Secret of the Animals – Learn the Simple Somatic Movements That Can Cure Back Pain, Restore Your Flexibility and Rejuvenate Your Body to Its Natural, Youthful State Today! on June 02, 2014

    I found this book really an inspirational one.
  • Ruck Nor 3 on Aug. 24, 2015

    I enjoyed the book.
  • Ruck Nor on Aug. 24, 2015

    I enjoyed the book.
  • The Pink Mutiny on Nov. 27, 2021

    The opening pages of "The Pink Mutiny" were so captivating that I finished the book in just two days. The prose is beautiful and well written. The plot is full of surprises and the book is a perfect blend of the two. There are many richly developed characters. I was inspired to research what type of language was used in the 19th century because of the intelligent use of sex slangs in the victorian period. The language used in the book was in line with that time period. Amelia was born in England and revolts against the girls' education having the only goal of helping the girls become better wives. She dreams that one day she will be as independent and energetic as men. She dreams of one day coming to India to rescue the widows who are forced to be cremated along with their husbands' bodies. She jumped to a marriage proposal from a brigadier Colin who was posted in the city of Lucknow and arrived in India. She ran away when she learned a secret about her husband's dead first wife and she was afraid of her own life. The timing is wrong as the historical Sepoy Mutiny breaks out and she finds herself with a courtesan who is also carrying a secret that could help in a massacre of English lives in The Residency, the British residential fort where thousands of British families lived. In the 19th century, I was in the beautiful historical city of Lucknow (City of Nawabs) and Varanasi (Modern day Benares). I ordered a physical copy of the book to keep because I loved it so much, but I didn't read it until after I ordered the physical copy.