The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

If you are not a fan of Sylvia Plath I suggest you skip this one. In few words this book is only novel, a semi-biography written by Sylvia Plath and basically a narration of her downward spiral, covering her suicide attempts and hospitalization. If you know anything about her life and her writing, it’s going…… Continue reading The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

Thoughts on The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

The silent patient has raving reviews all over the cover and internet and everywhere. So it instinctively fell in the next to-read book. I could order limited books here from a local store some days back and it’s one of them. I’m on the last one now, need to ask these people if they can…… Continue reading Thoughts on The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Checked another box from must-read-books list. And I wish I had done it at least 15 to 20 years back. But no, maybe I would have hated it if I read it under an obligation rather than to mentally isolate myself in a group quarantine situation. To kill a mocking bird by Harper Lee has…… Continue reading To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

The Trial by Franz Kafka

After being a constant pain in my neck for good 2 years I finally finished reading this 182 pages long insurmountable torture. I am talking about “The Trial”. It’s a masterfully crafted tragedy that crescendos with every word. Everytime I opened a new chapter I felt a sword gowing deeper in my throat. I have…… Continue reading The Trial by Franz Kafka

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

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

The Murder at the Vicarage 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…… Continue reading The Murder at the Vicarage – Agatha Christie