So many books, so little time!


January 2010

Friday finds: Stupid Cupid

I’m not a fan of the cover nor the title but I loved Mamang Dai’s first novel ‘Legends of Pensam’ (Review). When I saw this book on Twistntales regular updates I knew I had to get it. Unfortunately I don’t… Continue Reading →

Booking through thursday: Twisty

Jackie says, “I love books with complicated plots and unexpected endings. What is your favourite book with a fantastic twist at the end?” So, today’s question is in two parts. 1. Do YOU like books with complicated plots and unexpected… Continue Reading →

East of the Sun by Julia Gregson

Title: East of the sun Author: Julia Gregson Genre: Historical Fiction Source: Library Paperback: 464 pages Publisher: Orion; Reprint edition (12 Jun 2008) Rating: 3.5 out of 5 A Richard and July book club pick My thoughts: At the center… Continue Reading →

Wordless Wednesday: Ooty

Ooty(India) Lakes

The Camel Bookmobile by Masha Hamilton

Title: The Camel Bookmobile Author: Masha Hamilton Genre: Adult Fiction Setting: Kenya Source: Library Rating: 3.5 out of 5 My thoughts: This book is inspired by the Camel Bookmobile Project in Kenya. The books are carried on Camels to remote… Continue Reading →

Weekly Geeks: 2010-1: Cleaning up!!!

I could not take part in Bloggeista because I didn’t have enough time on the weekend, but this Weekly Geeks is exactly about that, cleaning up the blog in the shortest time possible. Broken Links: I don’t think there are… Continue Reading →

Zero Percentile by Neeraj Chhibba

Title: Zero Percentile Author: Neeraj Chhibba Genre: Adult Fiction Source: Author Rating: 3.5 out of 5 My thoughts: Zero Percentile is the story of a guy called Pankaj from Delhi, India. The story begins in 1997 Russia where Pankaj is… Continue Reading →

The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan

Title: The Forest of Hands and Teeth. Author: Carrie Ryan Genre: YA Source: Library Rating: 5/5 My thoughts: I was thinking of doing a mini review for this one along with 2 other books, but then this book deserves a… Continue Reading →

2009-in books and otherwise…

A year back I would have never thought that my life would be like this, in a different country and finally married to J. But somehow, most of 2009 has been a blur. I don’t remember much before my wedding… Continue Reading →

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