Highlights of Reader’s Digest October 2017, issue: Awash in a festive mood as neighbourhoods dress up for the celebrations, the first rumble of drums, the smell of new clothes, the lights herald the season of good cheer. Ring in the season with ‘My Forever Diwali’, a beautiful portrait of a long-ago Deepavali that will touch your heart and set you off on a journey of memories and emotions. Get into the puja mood with ‘Pandal Food’, a festive fiction with a rather unusual twist. The tale of the ‘haunted’ club is an eerie real-life narrative by a well-known rationalist. If you grew up on Bram Stoker, ‘Travelling in Dracula Country’ is a must read, putting to rest all the questions about the count’s hometown. Serendipitously, it’s Halloween this month, a festival involving spirits and ghosts. The cover story—we are calling the package the Genius Issue—is a vault of treasure combining science, language and life-skills. Turns out books—fiction, non-fiction, it doesn’t matter—are a super food for the brain! That’s one more reason to pick up your copy of the October issue now. Have a great Diwali!
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