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 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 →

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 →

Treasure Hunt.

Shopping for books is nothing less than a treasure hunt for me and I mean it! I hardly buy from books stores. Most of the books that grace my shelves are bought from old books stalls. These stalls are situated by the road-side in quite a few locations and have huge stocks of pre-loved books... Continue Reading →

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