My friend gifted me this book - The Day Of The Jackal by Frederick Forsyth - on my birthday, considering the fact that I love fiction and he wants me to gravitate more towards non-fiction. So he kind of found a common base in between with this book. Anyways, I was sceptical at first. An … Continue reading The Day Of The Jackal – A Riveting Read
Lee Child's first Jack Reacher novel, Killing Floor, is the start of the list of many sequels followed. Killing Floor introduces the character Jack Reacher, in the first series and gives a background about him and the type of person he is. Killing Floor feels like, it has been written for it to become a … Continue reading Killing Floor, The Start of Jack Reacher
If you are someone who is a fan of Sidney Sheldon's books, then the name Tracy Whitney would have immediately brought a spark of recognition in your mind. Tracy Whitney is one of the strongest female characters ever written. Though Tracy Whitney is not someone who is all good, the negative element is what sets her … Continue reading SIDNEY SHELDON’S HERO – TRACY WHITNEY
The type of book doesn't matter. The genre of the book doesn't matter. The time of reading doesn't matter. As long as I curl up, alone, with a book in my hand, I feel complete. It may seem a bit of exaggeration to some. But, for me, Books complete me. The feel of the … Continue reading MY SOLACE – BOOKS!
'Best Kept Secret', by Jeffrey Archer was one of the recent books that I laid my hands on, and to say, it kept me hooked till the end, would be underestimating. This is the third book in the line of the Clifton series, but if you would choose to read it as a standalone copy, … Continue reading ‘BEST KEPT SECRET’ BY JEFFREY ARCHER