Stephen King

The Stand By Stephen King

I had heard so much about this book that I was almost scared to read this book for the fear of being disappointed. I wondered why would people want to read and re read a book, about a killer virus and so much death, 15 -20 times or every flu season,- until I read it.… Continue reading The Stand By Stephen King

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Steve Alten

Book Review- The Meg – a novel of deep terror by Steve Alten (#Meg part 1)

Horror, especially the kind involving giant animals gives me life. I absolutely love this genre. After finishing Jurassic Park, I wanted some more of the chomping action. I found out about this book, when I came across its movie trailer, starring Jason Statham. Having read the book, I am very excited to see the movie… Continue reading Book Review- The Meg – a novel of deep terror by Steve Alten (#Meg part 1)

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MY TOP 5 FAVORITE AUTHORS

Everyone loves certain authors and their books. Authors are the people who write books that entertain you, make laugh and even cry. The following authors have helped me get through a lot in life and I would love to share my top 5 with you. ROBIN COOK I first discovered Robin Cook only when I… Continue reading MY TOP 5 FAVORITE AUTHORS

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Book review-LIFE OF PI BY YAAN MARTEL

This book caught my attention when it won an Oscar. I did my research and found out that it was also a Man Booker Prize winner. This put me off a little bit. All man booker prize winning books are, in my opinion tales of immense sadness and pain and depressing overall. Rarely do they… Continue reading Book review-LIFE OF PI BY YAAN MARTEL

J.R.R.Tolkien

THE HOBBIT BY J.R.R TOLKIEN

This classic for all ages with a cult following is finally off of my TBR list. A prequel to the Lord of the ring series is a must read for all those who read and loved the world of Middle earth. STUFF ON THE BACKCOVER SAYS Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit who enjoys a comfortable,… Continue reading THE HOBBIT BY J.R.R TOLKIEN

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BEFORE HE KILLS BY BLAKE PIERCE

  I love a good crime thriller and had not read one from a new author in a long time. I came across this book on amazons best seller list and picked it up. After reading the book I wish I had not. STUFF ON THE BACK COVER SAYS In the cornfields of Nebraska a… Continue reading BEFORE HE KILLS BY BLAKE PIERCE

Michael Crichton

Book review- THE LOST WORLD: JURASSIC PARK BY MICHAEL CRICHTON

I loved the first book of this series. The movie introduced me to dinosaurs and the books made me fall in love with them. This meant I had to read the part 2 and watch all the movies in this series all over again. STUFF ON THE BACKCOVER SAYS           It is now six years since… Continue reading Book review- THE LOST WORLD: JURASSIC PARK BY MICHAEL CRICHTON

Amish Tripathi

Book Review-THE OATH OF THE VAYUPUTRA BY AMISH TRIPATHI

Part 3 of the “shiva” trilogy is something I had to read to cure my curiosity after mildly enjoying the first and second  book in this series. STUFF ON THE BACK COVER SAYS Shiva is gathering his forces. He reaches the Naga capital, Panchavati, and Evil is finally revealed. The Neelkanth prepares for a holy… Continue reading Book Review-THE OATH OF THE VAYUPUTRA BY AMISH TRIPATHI

Robert Ludlum

THE OSTERMAN WEEKEND BY ROBERT LUDLUM

I don’t know why but I always end up picking second hand books when it comes to Rl. There is a certain kind of happiness I get only from reading used books. No kindle or hardcover can come close the smell and comfortable feel of the good old paperbacks . This early 70s spy thriller… Continue reading THE OSTERMAN WEEKEND BY ROBERT LUDLUM

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Book Review-THE SECRET OF THE NAGAS BY AMISH TRIPATHI

I wanted to read the part two of the Shiva trilogy as the first book ended with a cliff-hanger and for the first time an Indian author has managed to retain my attention for such a long time. STUFF ON THE BACKCOVER SAYS In a journey that will take him across the length and breadth… Continue reading Book Review-THE SECRET OF THE NAGAS BY AMISH TRIPATHI