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  Angela's Ashes - "Worse than the ordinary miserable childhood is the miserable Irish childhood.Worse yet is the miserable Irish Catholic childhood." ...more 

 

  The Kite RunnerOften in our lives we commit mistakes that leave us in overwhelming guilt. In absence of a suiting redemption, we end up living our lives under the burden of this guilt...more

 

 Mystic Moods -Its almost outrageous that I should consider reviewing the literary work of someone as globally renowned and  more

 

Piece of cake - Piece of Cake qualifies to be neither a great piece of literature nor a book that is thought provoking. But it makes it to our web pages simply because reading it was 'fun'....more

 
The Blind Assassin - always have very high expectations from award-winning books and I am usually not disappointed. The Blind Assassin was an exception..more
 

 

The Quiet American - 'Brighton Rock ' was my first exposure to Graham Greene and it was not pleasant. I found it quite morbid. I chanced upon 'The Quiet American' at an inn where I was staying over the weekend  and ...more


 'Tis begins where ‘Angela’s Ashes’ left off – Frank in New York. We see how he, a misfit, fumbling in the new American culture . The beginning of the book is extremely funny and you notice the contrast with Angela’s Ashes instantly. ..more


Anti establishment. Liberated. Two words that come to my mind when I think of 'Lady Chatterley's Lover'...More

 

What can be more wonderful to a biblophile like me, than, a book about books.  I first heard .. More

 

 

  'Twilight' is one of those rare books that appear to much better than they actually are. The basic ..More

 

 

The Play Room - The Play Room is centered around Laura, a 15 year intelligent girl from a lower

 

 

The 13 Problems - In the small village of St Mary Mead, Miss Marple and her friends get together for a quite dinner evening...