Ruskin Bond was my go-to author when I planned of choosing the last book for 2019. I read two of his books, this memoir and words from my window book which is a journal cum memoir of Bond’s life. The beauty of all my days is a memoir divided into various chapters and each chapter…
The odd feeling I experienced when I first read these lines in The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath is still fresh on my mind. As if somebody could put into words the inexplicable feelings I was going through at that point of my life. To read Plath, is to dig deeper into yourself.
Books that challenge traditional social norms and beliefs are the ones I always look forward to read. They not only widen your horizons but also make you think in an unconventional way.
Ruskin Bond is well, Ruskin bond in this collection of short stories titled “Our trees still grow in Dehra”.
Be careful what you wish for, in the magical world of Murakami. The book that will make you believe in miracles.
How your childhood memories shape your future? A Japanese fiction you can relate to. Read more to know.