And Then There Were None- Agatha Christie

I read one of the most raved about Agatha Christie books; And Then There Were None. And it’s totally worth all the fame it has earned. I finished it in a day it was impossible to put it down, incredibly griping story. I have been a reader all my life. A loony addicted to words.…… Continue reading And Then There Were None- Agatha Christie

Fight Club

Well my insomnia made a block buster come back last night… Thanks to this guy-> Nitesh for tolerating my dopiness induced buffoonery. This reminded me of something I have been delaying since ions…that is to talk about “fight club”. I know we are breaking first two rules of the fight club, but we are going to talk…… Continue reading Fight Club

Killing floor- Lee Child

I just read my first Lee Child book- Killing Floor. As it’s his debut novel and this is where character of Jack Reacher was introduced, therefore I thought this is perfect book to begin exploring the work of this highly recommended author. Another reason, this book made it to almost every top-50, top-100 thriller (novels)…… Continue reading Killing floor- Lee Child

The Murder at the Vicarage – Agatha Christie

Originally published: October 1930 Author: Agatha Christie Genre: Crime Fiction Publisher: Collins Crime Club Country: United Kingdom The story was adapted into a play in 1949. The BBC adapted the book into a film on 25 December 1986, with a few major exceptions. ………………… Remember when we were in school and a brawl broke out between the boys in some ground outside…… Continue reading The Murder at the Vicarage – Agatha Christie

Suggestion Box

Hey everyone! I am in a fix here..umm..a little.. When I write about books/movies I avoid writing technical details as I assume they are readily available once you hit Google. Secondly I avoid giving story. As a lot readers might not have read/watched it already and this could spoil their first hand experience. I prefer…… Continue reading Suggestion Box