I had again vanished from this
space… all thanks to long traveling schedule n then being sick. As the result
of my vanishing act all my rank, page rank, alexa rank and god knows which all ranks,
everything have taken a deep dive. And I am not liking that all. I hope I can resurrect
and come out of this pit soon. So I have decided to post every day…well almost.
All this while that I have been
sick n waiting at airports have caught up a lot on reading. So many book
reviews are on the cards as well as some memes that I came across lately. So
starting with a book meme, originally posted by BigGirlBlue
. Feel free to tag along and if you can be
generous enough then a link back will be appreciated. Disclaimer: I have taken
the privilege to modify here and there… after all it’s my blogJ
Directions: Create a new blog post. Copy and
paste the meme below into your blog, changing the comments to your own. Use the
title of this meme in your subject line.
just finished a thriller novel, Lashkar
by Indian author, Mukul Deva. It’s a great piece set in the backdrop of the
terrorist activities around LOC. Have also put up a review here.
you reading now?
I am reading the sequel to ‘Lashkar’, ‘Salim
Must Die’ by the same author.
have any idea what you'll read when you're done with that?
Next in line is ‘The Sword of the Templars’ by Paul Christopher.
I am again in my Thriller mode. Can’t get enough of this genre I guess.
the worst thing you were ever forced to read?
I don’t think I was forced to read,
but I read it after hearing a lot of praises about it, but I was totally disappointed
with ‘Five Point Someone’ by Chetan
Bhagat. I don’t know if everyone has the same opinion or not, but I felt it was
one book you always recommend to just about anyone?
I think it will be ‘The Da Vinci Code’ by Dan Brown. It’s
one of my favorite thrillers. I simply love the pace of the story. If you like
thrillers you cannot but love reading it.
it, sadly the librarians at your library know you on a first name basis, don't
Nope. I don’t go to any library
these days. I like going through books in Landmark or Crossword or simply order
a book you absolutely love, but for some reason, people never think it sounds
interesting, or maybe they read it and don't like it at all?
I don’t think I absolutely
love this book, but I found it quite interesting unlike many others. I think
the book ‘How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got
wild & Got a Life’ by Kaavya Vishwanathan was a very interesting read.
read books while you eat?
I like concentrating on food more. Though I used to read while eating …. But that
used to be for exams… J the last min rush :D
you watch movies or tv?
No again. I like concentrating
while reading. So when I am reading I am just reading.
you listen to music?
I do at times… when there’s some soft instrumental playing in the background.
you're on the computer?
have read quite a lot of e-books… so yes.
were little did other children tease you about your reading habits?
know about other children, my mum used to be angry for me not reading enough!!!
I din’t like reading then though…. Was much more interested in other stuffs.
the last thing you stayed up half the night reading because it was so good you couldn't put it down?
'Deception Point’ by Dan Brown again…
Master of Thrillers
books made you cry?
It’s difficult for
me to cry for almost no reason and definitely not for a book.
Labels: All about Me, Books, Dan Brown, Deception Point, How Opal Mehta got Kissed, Lashkar, The Da Vinci Code