UNDERSTAND THE MIDDLE EAST (SINCE 1945) Stewart Ross

A leisurely walk across the library and I fumbled upon this book on that last book shelf. The catchy print and the title made me curious enough to start reading it. An astounding feature of this book is its beginning which reads like “Only got a minute?” The next page (even catchier) reads “Only got…Read more UNDERSTAND THE MIDDLE EAST (SINCE 1945) Stewart Ross

The Kite Runner

  The first time I got to know about Khaled Hosseini through his book, “A Thousand Splendid Suns”, I fell in love with his writing style. The way he narrates his stories, somewhere reverberates with my deeper inside. I could not wait to grab his first book “The Kite Runner” & put on my book…Read more The Kite Runner

The Glass Lake by Maeve Binchy

This book holds a very special place in my shelf. The first and foremost reason for that is the kind of subject the author has taken for the story. I don’t recall one single book who has so vividly taken the complexity of the relationships into account when the woman protagonist would leave her children…Read more The Glass Lake by Maeve Binchy

Who moved my cheese? by Dr Spencer Johnson

I am a big fan of inspirational books and “Who moved my cheese?”, written by Dr. Spencer Johnson, is one of my personal favourites. “Who moved my cheese?” is a small book that anyone can finish within a couple of hours. It is perfect for the beginners to get started and build their interest in…Read more Who moved my cheese? by Dr Spencer Johnson

Mantra for Success by Suhel Seth with Sunny Sen

Book blurb: "Then there is a social cost that a leader incurs. India and Indians don’t take too easily to failure. We consider failure as a sign of inherent foolishness or the inabilty to read things right. We don’t believe that someone we admire is capable of failure and yet, when that person fails, we…Read more Mantra for Success by Suhel Seth with Sunny Sen

Love and Decay, Vol 1 by Rachel Higginson: My Reader’s Experience

Book Blurb by author: Zombies- as if that wasn’t enough to ruin any girl’s dream of a happily ever after. A vaccination gone oh so wrong and a huge portion of the world’s population was turned into Zombies. Reagan Willow is forced out of her home when her parents become casualties of the horrid Zombie…Read more Love and Decay, Vol 1 by Rachel Higginson: My Reader’s Experience

Who We Are

We are those passionate readers who live the stories we read. Some of us are the courageous Scarletts making their ways to the love of their lives & some of us are the uncompromising Howards Roarkes, sticking to their artistic aspirations. Some of us question the wisdom of king Rama and some of us revere…Read more Who We Are

Home

We don’t need to be critic amongst everybody else doing so, since that is the easiest job to do…..finding flaws. So, we share the real reader's experience and not the book review. The real objective here is that the book lovers come on-board & share their personal journeys while reading the books, close to their…Read more Home

The Story of Black Beauty

".........Best of all, they've promised never to sell me. I've found my home at last." Most of you just went "Aah, I read it as a kid", probably followed by "Why review this book here I wonder.....", and maybe "Wasn't it called Black Beauty?" We'll get to all of that, but just lets take a…Read more The Story of Black Beauty

Kulti by Mariana Zapata

Book Blurb:  “Trust me, I’ve wanted to punch you in the face a time or five.” When the man you worshipped as a kid becomes your coach, it’s supposed to be the greatest thing in the world. Keywords: supposed to. It didn’t take a week for twenty-seven-year-old Sal Casillas to wonder what she’d seen in…Read more Kulti by Mariana Zapata