As soon as I opened the package containing the book, the cover caught my sight with its beautifully blending colors and the magnificent design of a keep at the center of the cover. The blurb on the back did the trick which it is supposed to do. It enticed me to dive in the book... Continue Reading →
Salil Desai has maintained the track record of the earlier titles from inspector Saralkar Series. '3 and a half murders' is the latest of the series. Read this one to know why I liked this one.
My search for a good Indian Mystery Writer ended at Salil Desai when I read his 'Killing Ashish Karve'. Come join me to know why I loved this book so much.
“हे सर्व कोठून येते?” is a compilation of various long and short articles about people he met written by Vijay Tendulkar, the famous Marathi playwright. Read here to know more about the book.
Khushwant Singh writes about life at the age of 96. Read more about this amazing blunt and straight forward book in my review.
Ever since I took my first dive in English literature, Ruskin Bond has been my one of the favorite author. His stories have fascinated me since my first read. I don’t know how many times I have reread them. But for some reason, Ruskin’s Rusty always have dodged me. It’s not the case that I... Continue Reading →
I just finished the third book of 2017, and I know its long way to go and reach the goal of 100 books. James Clavell had done a great job of keeping me bound to his first novel of the Asian Saga “Shogun” and not picking up some smaller book. Shogun is set in Japan... Continue Reading →
कित्येक वेळा म्हटलं जातं आयुष्य आनंदात जगायचं असेल तर आपल्यातलं लहान मुल कायम जाग ठेवावं. पण रोजच्या ऑफिसच्या कटकटी, कामाचे ताणताणाव, आजूबाजूला घडणाऱ्या, मनाला त्रासदायक अशा गोष्टी, या साऱ्या रामरगाड्यात ते बिचारं लहान मुल कुठे हरवून जातं कळतच नाही. पण आजूबाजूला कोणी छोटा दोस्त मिळाला तर? तर आयुष्यात किती बहार येईल हे फक्त “माँटुकले दिवस”च... Continue Reading →