Inspired by Mridu Khullar’s post, I decided to jot down the books I’ve read so far this year (the below is a partial list):
This is the eighth book in the Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer. Doesn’t pack as much of a punch as its predecessors, but I love the series and the author, so I’m a fan! It baffles me that no Hollywood studio has churned out a movie version of Artemis Fowl yet.
This book turned out depressing enough to be Booker-worthy but awesome nonetheless. Most of the book is serious, but JK hasn’t lost her sense of humour. When she writes a funny line, you have to laugh, even if its black comedy.
I loved this book – beautiful writing and interesting novel. I’m eager to read his next.
Readers accustomed to his Thursday Next series will find this a slightly different cup of tea. It was good, and I read it quickly, but I like Thursday Next better.
The title makes no bones of the plot. This sensitive portrayal shows both sides of the divorce and the custody battles that ensue.
Phillipa Gregory’s novels on the wives of Henry VIII are quite famous, and this is one of the lesser-known books as it narrates the stories of Katherine of Aragon, Anne of Cleves and Jane Rochford. A history lesson and fiction rolled into one – what more could a girl ask for?
I had wanted to read this since a long time and finally got it from the library. I don’t read as much non-fiction but I enjoyed it, more so because I am a hard-core fish-eating hands-stained-with-mustard kind of Bengali.
PG Wodehouse. Indian version. Madly funny. Author is most intelligent woman in the universe. Too much to say on this subject. Separate post forthcoming. I demand the author’s next book right now!
This novel owns the distinction of being the first I read using the Kindle app on my iPod touch. It turned out to be a most exciting experience for me. I am now hungry for more ebooks! The novel is based on an exciting premise – what if the devil exists?
So what have you been reading lately?