No way can I forget to mention my dear friend when I am writing of books. He is the one who exposed me to this new world of knowledge. He has always been the motivation, the inspiration and the reason to read. Thanks to him 🙂
Here are the books I’ve read, in that order, and my take on them:
Anything for you ma’am – Tushar Raheja
A love story with too many coincidences make the plot difficult to digest. Can be skipped easily.
Five point some one – Chetan Bhagat
After the blockbuster movie, I felt an impulse to read it. Good and gripping plot. Great characters based at IIT. After reading this book, I was addicted to Chetan Bhagat’s writing.
Three mistakes of my life – Chetan Bhagat
Loved the entire theme of the story, how each wrong move changed the life of the protagonist. A great read about love, friendship and cricket. A movie coming up soon.
2 States – Chetan Bhagat
A humorous take on intercaste marriages. Chetan’s own love story. Loved it.
One night at the call center – Chetan Bhagat
Impressive characters, but impractical storyline. The mysterious call and the mysterious girl were the culprits. A movie based on it, flopped too !! Can be skipped.
Mutation – Robin Cook
A book based on science, medicine and experimentation. The mutated kid scared me to bits. Loved the entire plot and the set up of the story. A must read according to me.
Of Course I love you…….till I find someone else – Durjoy Datta
The Monk who sold his Ferrari – Robin Sharma
Now that you are rich, lets fall in love – Durjoy Datta
Go Ask Alice – Anonymous
Eleven Minutes – Paulo Coelho
The Immortals of Meluha – Amish Tripathi