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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
Google Play Books

Google Play Books

Google Play Books is an e-Book Reader App compatible with Android Smartphones/Tabs, iOS devices i.e. iPhone, iPad, iPod as well as with any other e-reader that supports the Adobe DRM. Though, it has been in existence for quite sometime now, Google Play Books has recently been launched in India in […]

by March 19, 2013 e-Books, Review
Kobo: An e-Book Reader App

Kobo: An e-Book Reader App

Kobo is a free e-book Reader App, compatible with Android, iOS, Mac, PC and Blackberry devices (too bad if you own a Windows Phone). I stumbled upon it quite by chance, while surfing through the Playstore available on my Samsung Galaxy Tab. And, I must say this chance discovery has […]

by March 14, 2013 e-Books
Godan by Premchand

Godan by Premchand

Godan by Premchand is one of the most famous novels written by the stalwart writer of Nirmala and Kayakalp. Literally, ‘Godan’ means donating a cow, and in Hindu religion, it is perhaps the most essential funeral rite, without which a person can not even think of salvation. The tradition dictates […]

by March 7, 2013 Review

Spring Fever 2013

Penguin India is organizing Spring Fever 2013 in Delhi. The event is spread over 10 days from March 15-24, and would be held at India Habitat Center, New Delhi. It is one of its kind literary fest organized by the renowned publisher, Penguin India. There would be an open air […]

by March 6, 2013 Events
Paperbacks or e Books

Paperbacks or e Books

What do you prefer Paperbacks or e books? If someone asked me this question a few days back, I would have strongly voted in favor of paperbacks. After all, I have been reading them for almost two and a half decades. The woody smell of paper, the slightly pungent odor […]

by March 3, 2013 Articles, e-Books

Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde

Ever since I read an excerpt of ‘A Picture of Dorian Gray’ by Oscar Wilde, a few days back, it ranked quite high on my ‘To Be Read list‘. But, yesterday, I stumbled upon a short story by the same author. The name appealed to me and in a jiffy, […]

by March 1, 2013 Review
Nitya by R.K. Narayan

Nitya by R.K. Narayan

When I had read Guide, I was a bit disappointed with the ambiguous end, but as I begun the short story, Nitya by R.K. Narayan, I was pleasantly surprised by the vagueness of the title. Till I actually began reading the story, I was under impression that it is the […]

by February 28, 2013 Review