Heya! So, let's pick up where we left off, shall we ? For those of you who're new, welcome to Part-2 of this two-post series where I discuss one of my favourite book series of all time - The Maze Runner and its movie adaptations. If you haven't finished the series or are planning to … Continue reading Ever read the Maze Runner Series ? (Part-2)
A minimum of two posts a month you can expect from me now onwards... -The Mechromancer (in one of his earlier posts) Yeah, about that. Okay, so I know I didn't write anything last month but I have a (genuine?) reason for that. College started last month and I had no idea there would be … Continue reading Ever read the Maze Runner series ? (Part-1)
This is a new series of posts that I'll be doing each month. Short reviews or recommendations that will be under 500 words and will include my opinion of the book along with a rating. I had heard a lot of praise about this book and since I'm pretty fond of reading thrillers, I had … Continue reading Recommendation: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson
I've never done any kind of tag before but this seemed like a good one and I really don't have any ideas for other posts, so here we go! For the 20 Questions Tag I was (sort of) nominated by the orang-utan librarian . Her blog is one of the best book blogs that I follow and you … Continue reading 20 Questions Tag!
We've all got that one Uncle or relative in the family who's sort of eccentric but everyone still loves his company. That's what Uncle Ken was to Ruskin Bond. Crazy, funny, irritable but loving. This is one book that I've read so many times and it never fails to make me laugh and feel nostalgic … Continue reading Guest Blog: Crazy Times with Uncle Ken
This is one book that I read because of the blogging community. One day when I was searching for stuff like favourite books and Top 10 books etc on my reader, I came across this book called Fangirl which had a really attractive cover. As I read more and more posts on the topic, I … Continue reading Review : Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Remember how a while ago I did a post called : Books vs Games vs Movies : Which is the better medium for storytelling ? Well, you could call this post kind of a second part in this series. No, it wasn't supposed to be a series when I did the first post, but I've … Continue reading Physical vs Digital