From this morning Bookshelf
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You randomly decide to catch up with a friend at a bookstore which has a cafe that is known for chai. Well, no suspense there it is called Cha Bar and the bookstore goes by the name 'Oxford Bookstore'. This is in Connaught Place of New Delhi, India. So, I was in the metro today… Continue reading Cat Among The Pigeons
Yesterday I boarded the metro and there wasn't much rush which means that I get space to read. I took my book out from the bag and started reading it, now what happens when I read a book is that my destination arrives faster and it seems that I have skipped many stations, but that is… Continue reading The incident
The last 50 pages A hot summer night And a thought of you. -Jafar Rehman P.S. 'You' here can be food.
I have finally completed this book I have been talking about( The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak). This is an achievement for me and believe me when I tell you that this was one fine read. I started reading this book on 15 April 2015 and I took my time because I find it… Continue reading The Forty Rules Of Love
Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck My rating: 5 of 5 stars Amazing,I loved it.Loved how things work between people and makes them do things they never imagined doing.After reading some more reviews here,I am amazed that people call it crap.If you don't like it then say it but stop labeling it as crap.To… Continue reading Thoughts about – “Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck”
Started this book with great expectations and with hope of reading something amazing.I assure you that most of the expectations were met.Here is my little overview of the book from Goodreads. I haven't read much classics,so bear with me if I miss a thing or two.This indeed a page turner and took me on an… Continue reading The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins(Book Overview)
The Stone Monkey by Jeffery Deaver This isn't a review but a quick follow up,purely based on personal views.I selected this book because it was in Select Editions by Reader's Digest,although the first on the list was Step Ball Change by Jeanne Ray but I wasn't in the mood of a romantic story so skipped… Continue reading The Stone Monkey by Jeffery Deaver
This is from a friend Radhika Chauhan,you can visit her blog here.We often talk about books and she mentioned this book and I asked her to do the review,so it can reach to more people,more than one.She reviewed a book called Secret & Lies. Secrets & Lies by Jaishree Misra The book Secrets & Lies… Continue reading Guest Post #1 – Book Review.