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The Man Who Knew Too Much by G. K. Chesterton

The Man Who Knew Too Much by G. K. Chesterton

The Man who Knew Too Much by G.K. Chesterton is a novel I recently picked up or rather downloaded through my Kindle App quite impulsively. When I began reading, I knew nothing about the book or the author. And, my decision was totally based on the appeal of the intriguing […]

by May 13, 2013 e-Books, Review

Timeri N. Murari

Timeri N. Murari is a novelist, a journalist and a successful Film Director. In fact, he is one of the most successful contemporary Indian Writers in English. and, his versatility shines through his creative works. I read one of his best selling novel, Taj:A Story of Mughal India a few […]

by May 12, 2013 Pearls of Wisdom
Taj:A Story of Mughal India by Timeri N. Murari

Taj:A Story of Mughal India by Timeri N. Murari

Have you ever read a story that changes your entire perspective? An imaginary tale that shakes you out of your comfort zone, forcing you to imbibe reality in a hitherto unknown way

by May 7, 2013 Review
The Emperor’s Edge by Lindsay Buroker

The Emperor’s Edge by Lindsay Buroker

Last week, as I exited the exciting villainous world of Vanity Fair, I was desperate for an easy breezy novel. A simple story, which would fuel my imagination and yet calm my horrid soul. With this intention, I gleaned through the huge kindle edition list available on amazon. As I […]

by April 24, 2013 e-Books, Review
Life is a CHALLENGE

Life is a CHALLENGE

Life is a CHALLENGE Face it with a SMILE Life is a CHANCE Grab it in STYLE Life is a SONG Sing it with PASSION Life is a RAMP Walk a floor in FASHION Life is an ELIXIR Drink it with GREED Life is a FARM Plant it with SEED […]

by April 19, 2013 Poetry
Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray

Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray

This year on Woman’s day, I stumbled upon the novel Vanity Fair : A Novel without A Hero by William Makepeace Thackeray, quite by chance. As I read the tagline (subtitle), I felt that the novel does seem to be a woman centric novel, without a male chauvinist spoiling the […]

by April 14, 2013 e-Books, Review
Charitraheen by Sarat Chandra

Charitraheen by Sarat Chandra

Charitraheen by Sarat Chandra is one of the most famous novels written by the versatile Bengali author almost a hundred years ago. However, even today, it is as thought provoking and involving as it would have appeared to the readers of that bygone era, when novelists were quite a few […]

by April 5, 2013 Review
Confessions of A Pilgrim by Juan Arias

Confessions of A Pilgrim by Juan Arias

Confessions of a Pilgrim is a longish interview held by Juan Arias in Paulo’s beach house in Rio de Janeiro

by March 27, 2013 Review