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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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FATE AND FORTUNE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES BY NRUPAL DAS

This collection of short stories caught my eye after reading and liking another short story called ‘The boy‘ written by the same author. STUFF ON THE BACKCOVER SAYS Fate intervened and Fortune changed. A collection of short stories filled with suspense and mystery. The stories will bring a smile on your face, make your heart… Continue reading FATE AND FORTUNE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES BY NRUPAL DAS

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- EAT PRAY LOVE BY ELIZABETH GILBERT

This book has been on my TBR list for the longest time. After watching the movie and reading the book as usual the book gets my vote. STUFF OF THE BACKCOVER SAYS It's 3 a.m. and Elizabeth Gilbert is sobbing on the bathroom floor. She's in her thirties, she has a husband, a house, they're… Continue reading Book Review- EAT PRAY LOVE BY ELIZABETH GILBERT

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Book Review-PRIVATE DELHI BY ASHWIN SANGHI AND JAMES PATTERSON

  Ashwin Sanghi and James Patterson come together for the second installment of the collab series this time in delhi. Having read and liked both of their stuff separately I was very excited to read this thriller.   STUFF ON THE BACKCOVER SAYS Santosh Wagh quit his job as head of Private India after harrowing… Continue reading Book Review-PRIVATE DELHI BY ASHWIN SANGHI AND JAMES PATTERSON

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NOVEMBER READS

Hello my fellow readers, We have finally entered my favourite time of the year- the winter season! I love this last quarter of oct-nov-dec as it always brings along Diwali, Christmas and a fresh new year. The cool, humidity free weather makes it the best time to live in and snuggle up with books in… Continue reading NOVEMBER READS

Meg Cabot, Uncategorized

Book review- THE PRINCESS DAIRIES SERIES BY MEG CABOT (PRINCESS DAIRIES, PRINCESS IN SPOTLIGHT, PRINCESS IN LOVE,PRINCESS IN WAITING)

I read this series in my school days and really enjoyed at that point of time.the book and the movie are pretty different each with its own charm. I however enjoyed the book more than the movie.   STUFF ON THE BACKCOVER SAYS What? A princess?? Me??? Yeah, right. Mia Thermopolis is pretty sure there's… Continue reading Book review- THE PRINCESS DAIRIES SERIES BY MEG CABOT (PRINCESS DAIRIES, PRINCESS IN SPOTLIGHT, PRINCESS IN LOVE,PRINCESS IN WAITING)

Stephen King

Book review – DOCTOR SLEEP BY STEPHEN KING

This highly anticipated sequel to the iconic THE SHINING could be a hit or a miss depending on your liking or expectations. Reading the shinning isn’t necessary to understand this book STUFF ON THE BACKCOVER SAYS Stephen King returns to the character and territory of one of his most popular novels ever, The Shining, in… Continue reading Book review – DOCTOR SLEEP BY STEPHEN KING

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Book review – WILD BY CHERYL STRAYED

This is one of those rare books that inspire you without being preachy and encouranging you to learn from her mistakes Stuff on the backcover says Fear, to a great extent, is born of a story, we tell ourself and so I choose to tell myself a different story from the one women are told.… Continue reading Book review – WILD BY CHERYL STRAYED