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

The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka

Just read another infamous work which has been always mentioned as a must-read book. It’s “The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka” My first thought?? Kafka is a genius!!! If I try to sum up my thoughts in one line it would be something like:  Your esteem, your worth, your dreams, your entire world comes crashing down…… Continue reading The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka

The Old Man and the Sea- Earnest Hemingway

Today was dedicated to the celebrated work of Ernest Hemingway “The Old Man and the Sea”. As we have grown up admiring Hemingway quotes every now and then and this work of his is considered to be cornerstone of him being awarded Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954, this book naturally became the first Hemingway’s…… Continue reading The Old Man and the Sea- Earnest Hemingway

The Catcher in the Rye- J.D. Salinger

It’s one of those books that Tether you on the very first page and you read the rest of the book wagging your tail in amusement. It had the same vibe I felt when I was watching the movie “the end of the tour”. You will understand if you have watched it. It’s a nice…… Continue reading The Catcher in the Rye- J.D. Salinger

Animal Farm- George Orwell

I finished reading “Animal Farm” by George Orwell last night. It took me 3 days… yes… this thin 112- page novella took me 3 days to finish not because I am a slow reader, but because I couldn’t help relating every word to the world we live in today and the way it has been…… Continue reading Animal Farm- George Orwell