Quote Unquote: Ann Patchett

"It's always better to have too much to read than not enough" - Ann Patchett Whether I’m at home or out and about, I try to live by this quote by Ann Patchett "It's always better to have too much to read than not enough" - though most often not by choice. When I’m at... Continue Reading →


Cover Snapshots: Vikram Seth’s Beastly Tales from Here and There

I'm really excited to do this post because it's been a while (almost a month) since I have been planning this, and I had been waiting for "the right moment" to start this new section. And that moment happened when I wrote the blog "Snap! It's Time for Something New". It's since then that I... Continue Reading →

Kunal Basu’s The Japanese Wife

Languid. If I were to describe Kunal Basu’s The Japanese Wife in one word, it would be languid. Rarely do you come across a book that lets you describe it in just one word. This was one of those rare finds. The Japanese Wife is a collection of short stories, of which one of them... Continue Reading →

May Book Haul & Reading List

I know I’m ten days too late with this month’s book haul, but I’m going with the cliché “better late than never”, to make myself feel better. This month I decided to go with the theme of books written by children’s authors. So, I wasn’t really particular about reading books tailored for children, as long... Continue Reading →

Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger

“A White Tiger keeps no friends. It's too dangerous.” ― Aravind Adiga, The White Tiger The Man Booker Prize winning White Tiger is a monster of a book. Not because of the number of pages in the book, but by the topics Aravind Adigas has addressed. Right off the bat, let me tell you, this book was... Continue Reading →

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