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'Salem's Lot is too slow and other Stephen King Books also are. I just learnt how to read Stephen King books

'Salem's Lot is too slow Let's begin this a month before. My exams had just finished and I wanted to read Stephen King's books. I have heard about him a lot and also watched the film adaptations of his books and there are some children in my school who (when the majority prefer wasting time on the phone) read books, and they keep talking about Stephen King. I was not completely unaware of one of the best modern writers, I just hadn't read any of his masterpieces.  I started searching the internet for Stephen King books that beginners could read. When I was going through all the books he had published, I came across one with a very peculiar, yet interesting title, "'Salem's Lot." The title seemed interesting enough, so I clicked on it. I opened the Wikipedia page for the book and the plot also seemed good enough for me. 'Salem's Lot is the second published novel by Stephen King. He published it in the year 1975. The story of a writer named B

Just completed all 4 seasons of Castlevania

It is my vacation and I have nothing to do. I could study or complete my notebooks, but I have decided to spend most of my time on my phone. Recently, I came across a series called Castlevania on Netflix and yesterday, I completed all the episodes of the Netflix series Castlevania. It took me 2 days to complete 4 seasons of this series, which has 32 episodes: 4 episodes in season 1, 8 in season 2, 10 in season 3, and 10 in season 4. The series was created and written by Warren Ellis, British novelist and screenwriter. The series is based on the Japanese game series of the same name and the animation is also inspired by Japanese animated works. I read the story of the development of Castlevania and it was hell. The series took so long to start until it was picked up by Netflix and after then new seasons came after a gap of a year or two, mostly one year between the year 2017 and 2021. I completed this story yesterday around 5:15 pm which I started two days ago. Story Summary The story s

Review of

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The Indian Government should not take any chances with the security of G20

In this article, published on India Today, author Rishabh Sharma explains why the security of the G20 summit matters and why should we be spending so much money on the security of the Global leaders.  The author gives an example of the mass protests at Canadian G20 summits hosted in Toronto in the year 2010.  He also gives the example of violent protests in London just a year before in 2009 in which an innocent newspaper vendor, Ian Tomlinson died when he was struck by a police officer.  Many bystanders and journalists are among those who were arrested during these protests.  He further explains how the protestors vandalized public and private property, torched the police cars, and caused disruptions.  Rishabh also mentions the reason why these protests take place. A lot of people disagree that just 21 people should make decisions that will impact Global Trade and Commerce. Several see the G20 summits as a way of spreading capitalism.  In India, till now, no major protests have taken p