I had the pleasure of reading two great books in the last weeks. Books that are completely based on the female protagonist, and these women make you think, a lot. So here are my thoughts on the two books I read. If you don't want to read my blabbering ons about the books, then in … Continue reading Two unforgettable fictional heroines – Circe and Isabel Dalhousie – Book Thoughts
We took an extra day off on Friday, and planned a weekend getaway to Bhandardara, which is a hill station in the Sahyadri mountain ranges, around 200 kms from Pune. It was a much awaited trip, since we hadn't been there before and this would've been our usual monsoon trip, just that a first with … Continue reading Playing with the rains at Bhandardara
Right now, I have this mushy gooey feeling inside me. Actually, I've been having this feeling since yesterday, when I finished the last page of the book. This is me right now... I might be late to the Dante and Ari party, but oh what a ride it was. To go through their journey of … Continue reading Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz – Thoughts
So I've found the best hair colour out there.. you want to know what that is? It is the one you get for FREE! Haha.. ok don't kill me for that click bait title😊 Here's what really happened and by the end of reading this story, tell me if you're as confused with my hair … Continue reading The best hair colour!!
From time to time, I like picking up non fiction that might fall into the category of self help. This seemed like one of those books initially. This is also my first Matt Haig book and a lot of my reader friends said that they had enjoyed some of his previous books and wanted to … Continue reading Notes on a Nervous Planet by Matt Haig – Thoughts
Have you ever been in a situation where you're reading a book and the surroundings or the situation you're in, just intensifies the effect the story has on you? I was recently in that bubble when I devoured the first book of the 'Blood of the stars duology', last weekend. I had pre-ordered this book … Continue reading Spin The Dawn by Elizabeth Lim – Thoughts
Terry Pratchett, on what happens after death: The point is, if there's nothing, there's nothing to worry about. And if there is something, its bound to be interesting I hope my papa is doing something interesting right now too 🙂 June was an interesting month of reading. June was also my effort to try and … Continue reading Life Diaries and Reading Wrap Up – June 2019
I just realized its the last week of the month and while I have started three books, I'm nowhere close to finishing any of those. Not just that, I had bought a book specifically as part of the destination reading challenge for the month and I haven't started that, and now I realized that I … Continue reading My Reading Life is in a mess this month!
I really need a good book to get me out of the two unsatisfying reads that I read last. I believe that every book has a reader, and a time and place or state of mind for a reader to read and appreciate that book. If I say I didn't like a particular book, I … Continue reading The Runaways & The Kiss Quotient – Book Thoughts
Let me tell you about my papa Born in the 50's, he belonged to the future Not because he was tech savvy But because he was prejudice free In my growing years, he was strict Always telling me, to be a man Not because he wanted a boy But because he knew I can, … Continue reading Dear Papa