Category: From My Bookshelf
There are lots of books stacked on my bookshelf. When I pull one of them out and open the cover I dive in the amazing world created by an author,. However, there is always “the end” written on the last page of the book. Have you ever felt that you are in the same world with those characters? Witnessing those scenes written on pages in your hand, hearing voices of characters speaking dialogues scripted for them? There are a few books which have taken me in their world. And I must say, they are magnificent. Valentia created by Rajamayyoor Sharma is on top of my head as far as Indian fiction is concerned while James Clavel has taken me to medieval Japan. I have roamed in London with Sherlock and Poirot.
However, the journey in those realms, started from the cover page, has its end marked. The author takes the characters by hand and takes them to their destination by the end of the book. They fulfill their destiny. If a writer chooses to give happy moments at the end, we enjoy them. If it’s a tragedy, characters at least get closure at the end. But hey dude, you forgot to write something for me? What about my destiny at the end? What about my share of the closure? Haven’t you thought about me as an uninvited traveler of this journey when you wrote a book?
So there are my favorite picks from my bookshelf. Hope you will also enjoy these stories as much as I did.
Desire: A little nugget of Murakami’s Mastery
Cards on the table: Poirot’s one of the finest cases
Byomkesh Bakshi – The Best Indian Crime Fiction
Frank Notes on Life in Khushwant Style
With Love; From Aditya’s book-shelf to BlogchatterA2Z
नदीसाठी नादखुळा असलेल्या एका नदीष्टाची गोष्ट
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