So many books, so little time!


October 2008

Legends of Pensam by Mamang Dai

I avoided reading this book for a long time. Partly because I thought it was a book of short stories and partly because I do not like reading Indian authors. It’s not that I haven’t tried, I have, but they… Continue Reading →

2009 Pub Challenge and an Award :)

I am joining the 2009 Pub challenge. This is the first challenge I’ll be joining and I am really looking forward to it. Although I am a little confused about adding books I want to read that would be released… Continue Reading →

BTT: Conditioning

Mariel suggested this week’s question. Are you a spine breaker? Or a dog-earer? Do you expect to keep your books in pristine condition even after you have read them? Does watching other readers bend the cover all the way round… Continue Reading →

Happy Diwali!!!

For those who don’t know, Diwali is one of the major festivals in India. A festival of sweets, fireworks, togetherness, warmth and lights. Happy Diwali everyone!!!

Book Spotlight: Belly of the whale

This spotlight is part of Pump Up Your Book Promotion Book tours. My copy seems to have vanished somewhere in the mail. I think I’ll wait for 15 more days and then purchase this book. I just don’t think I… Continue Reading →

Review: The Miracle girls

Ana, a 14 year old girl, and her family move from San Jose to a small town called Half Moon Bay, where her father has opened a law practice. Ana is a typical teenager who is angry and sad because… Continue Reading →

BTT: Coupling

Monica suggested this one: Got this idea from Literary Feline during her recent contest: “Name a favorite literary couple and tell me why they are a favorite. If you cannot choose just one, that is okay too. Name as many… Continue Reading →

Sybil: A woman with 16 multiple personalities

What do you know about multiple personality? Have you ever interacted with anyone who is one? Although I knew the concept but I had never really given it much thought. Until I read Sybil. I realized after reading the book… Continue Reading →

World famous Serial killers

I loved this book. I think I am psycho too. I thought I would read this book before sleeping. In fact, that’s the time I do most of my reading. In the bus, while coming home from work and an… Continue Reading →

Immortals: the crossing by Joy Nash

Finally. Here is the review of Immortals: The crossing. I finished this book more than a week ago. I won this book through Vivi Anna’s site and Joy Nash sent me autographed copy.  This is my first book from the… Continue Reading →

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