I knew the day was going to be different; we had never been for a ‘day out’ just the three of us. What I did not expect was that it would turn out to be so memorable, even the rains could not dampen the excitement. Let me back up for a bit though, the day I am talking about is
She kept so many of those books up on the shelf or the loft where they lay undisturbed, and she took care of them and cleaned them as if they hid gold jewels within their pages. I remember the look on her face every time she saw those books, I remember the pride she felt when she showed me a
Christopher C Doyle brings together History, Mythology and Science in a interesting and compelling story, of The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret. The title peeked my curiosity, “What could Mahabharata, and Alexander ever have in common, Right?” Incidentally this is again the first book by the author, I am reading. (Makes me think I should have done one of those challenges,
Well Looks like I am on a streak of reading new authors, they dominate my “To Be Read Pile”. So God Is A Gamer by Ravi Subramanian is again the first book I am reading by the author, which made for an exciting and quick paced read on the whole. Paperback, 324 pages Published September 12th 2014 by Penguin Books
Dear Pledge, my old friend, I remember having sworn allegiance And over again, I promised to serve; Be a community, where all were loved, Without discrimination or divide, Where their concerns were mine; All were one, a collaborated state, Each other to hold, we were safe. Now decades on, not a soul cares, Waving the flag has no meaning now, No
A thriller based in India, a collaboration between two authors with their own individual styles of writing – one Ashwin Sanghi and the other James Patterson, a book that is the next installment of the fairly popular private series. With all this backing it up, the expectation from Private India was obviously quite high. ISBN: 1780891725 (ISBN13: 9781780891729) Edition Language: English Series
I knew it was time to get ready; the guests would be arriving soon. I really hated the crowds, but these dinner parties were a part of our life style. I looked out of the window, today was ‘Amavasya’ or ‘The No Moon Night’; my favourite time of the month, no moon to light up the dark black night sky.