Sometime in November 2017 I suddenly fell ill. I thought it would be the usual bout of malaria that lasts three days, the type that would allow me go to work while on treatment. Turned out that this malaria had it in for me. I ended up spending a full week at home with a … More DOES YOUR MOOD DETERMINE YOUR BOOK CHOICE?
You’ll know everything good will come In time When you sight half of the yellow sun You’ll turn to your daughter whose eyes are freshly washed with tears You’ll murmur “weep not,child” Weep not. Yes, good should come out of this The memories of a decade of mourning Will rush to shore like angry waves … More You’ll Know Everything Good Will Come
I have a book stacking problem, maybe someone out there can help me? … More Where do you keep your books?
Death to good byes He was never good at good byes By and by she had observed The first good bye after they tied the knot: He had hurried off without a backward glance His mind already miles away 1000 dollars in his pocket and Bills looming in his future He had no time for … More DEATH TO GOOD BYES
If you want to have an insight into the lives of five past presidents of the United States then this book by Bob Greene is your passport. You will come away feeling like you have been at a fireside chat, a warm conversation where the story flows like good wine at a party. That was … More Bob Greene and five ex-presidents of the United States.
Ruby who takes her virginity clumsily in a car after asking her “do you want to see my little one-eyed snake”? … More Have you read The Book of Ruth?
I found myself drifting away away from the way of social media meditating on the essence of life’s essence Now I am making my bed on the sea of life choppy as they may be I will stay afloat float towards peace and tranquility and keep my feet in the waves. Kemibon
Elie Wiesel’s haunting account in Night brought to the fore the depth of cruelty and callousness of man to his fellowman. This is no ordinary account; it is the harsh, unbelievable terror that was unleashed in the 1930’s and into the 1940’s. Perhaps what is most daunting for the reader is the reality … More Night
The narration is vivid, the characters memorable and the story cataclysmic as it brings the reader face to face with the stark truth that the human mind can get twisted and it can happen to anyone who is under the belief that his actions are right or just. … More REVELATION-C. J SANSOM
Arundhati expressed a very uncanny ability to describe disgusting, irritating and natural happenings with ease. The reader will feel, smell and almost taste what is being described. It’s such a beautiful experience to have just from reading a book. The author embraces the little details with aplomb she engages words that create pictures so vividly that smack you right in the imagination … More The God of Small Things was an unforgettable read