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
There is a guy in his early 20's in the metro, he is reading a book and is engrossed in it. He is thin and wears baggy jeans and a shirt that looks faded. There is a bag on the floor between his legs and he is facing the window but he is not paying… Continue reading Observing someone
There is a guy named Puneet out there who looks like me. How do I know about that? Well, let me tell you a story. I entered this metro and stood to one side knowing very well that it will get crowded soon. After five minutes I realize that this guy sitting on a seat… Continue reading I am no Puneet
Reading a brilliant book under the lamp with a song called Husna by Piyush Mishra playing in the background.
Went to the Book Fair 2016 in Delhi last Sunday. There was a long queue to get into the fair, had to wait for almost half an hour. Had a good time and bought these books besides some urdu ones for my mother. If you happen to be in Delhi, then going to the fair… Continue reading Book Fair 2016
Mr. Mankell died of cancer some weeks ago. He is one of my favourite writers, having read several of his Kurt Wallander series I decided to pick this one up. This is where you get to read about how Kurt became a detective, read till page 70 and so far it is good. Lastly, he… Continue reading The Pyramid
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
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Bedtime Stories." What was your favorite book as a child? Did it influence the person you are now? I don't know about favorite but I used to read Hardy Boys,Goosebumps,Secret Seven and Famous five.These were the books I read,besides these I used to complete my new class… Continue reading Books from childhood.
Photo I clicked a few weeks ago.
Yesterday I completed this book by Agatha Christie called "And then there were none". I'm not going to review it but I'll write down my personal thoughts about this novel.I liked the story,it was amazing and hard to put down without knowing and anticipating what would happen next but I was a little disappointed in the… Continue reading Book – And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie