The Book Worm

I love reading books as much as I love sketching, cooking and painting. Books transport me to a magical world in which I can loose myself. It is my dream to have a library of my special collection of books some day. Until then my little shelf helps! The following are the list of books that I have reviewed……Of course there are more books that I have read but not reviewed. If only I had all the time in the world 🙂 Enjoy the reviews and if you happen to read any of these books let me know what you felt about the same…
  1. Frankly Spooking
  2. The Redeemers
  3. An Incurable Sanity
  4. The Disappearance of Tejas Sharma and Other Hauntings
  5. My Journey
  6. Amreekan Desi – Masters of America
  7. The Guardian Angels
  8. Love is Vodka
  9. A Maverick Heart – Between Love and Life
  10. The Compass Box Killer
  11. The Homing Pigeons
  12. The Wordkeepers
  13. The Adventures of Bubblegum Boy
  14. Chanakya’s Chant
  15. Sons of Sita
  16. Keep the Change
  17. Business Sutra
  18. Tantra by Adi
  19. Epic Love Stories
  20. Once upon the tracks of Mumbai
  21. Return to India
  22. The Bankster
  23. The Shadow Throne
  24. The Krishna Key
  25. Bali and the Ocean of Milk
  26. When the snow melts
  27. Slayer of Kamsa
  28. The Clockwork Man
  29. The Devotion of Suspect X
  30. The Tigerclaw Tree
  31. You can Sell
  32. Scammed – Confessions of a confused accountant
  33. Love, Life and all that jazz…
  34. The Secret of the Nagas (Book 2 of the Shiva Trilogy)
  35. Balasaraswathi: Her Art and Life
  36. The Immortals of Meluha(Book 1 of the Shiva Trilogy)
  37. Transforming Capitalism
  38. Emperor of the Moghuls – Raiders from the North
  39. I’m Not Twenty Four
  40. Mr.Monk and the Blue Flu
  41. The Constant Princess
  42. The Lost Symbol
  43. Princess
  44. The Catcher in the Rye
  45. One Night @ the Call Center
  46. Ghost Stories of Pennsylvania
  47. Alice In Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass
  48. The Palace Of Illusions
  49. Wyrd Sisters
  50. Equal Rites
  51. Life, Universe and Everything
  52. The Canterville Ghost
  53. 20000 Leagues Under the Sea
  54. The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
  55. The Tales of Beedle the Bard
  56. The White Tiger
  57. Rozabal Line
  58. Lords and Ladies
  59. Son of Witch

14 comments

  1. Hi There!

    I am the online marketing manager from HarperCollins Publishers India and wanted to know if you would be interested in writing blog reviews for us.

    Write to me and I’ll further elaborate on how we go about it.

    Regards,
    Madhurima

  2. Dear Blogger,

    I’m Prachi, the author of ‘Losing It’. I’m a blogger turned author. And I’ve got an opportunity for 10 bloggers to have lunch with Saugata Mukherjee, the publisher of Pan Macmillan India, and 20 bloggers will win copies of my new book, ‘Losing It’

    Pan Macmillan India & the authors of ‘Losing it’ (Prachi and Dhruv), bring you the Losing It Contest!

    If you’ve ever tried to live healthier, then this contest is for you!

    ‘Losing It’, is about living healthy, and the goal of this contest is to help others live healthier!

    To know more, participate & win prizes, log on to: http://www.losingit.fitho.in/the-losing-it-contest/

    Looking forward to your entries. Happy Blogging!

    Warm Regards,
    Prachi

    • Hi Meghna – thanks for stopping by. Glad you find the reviews a good read 🙂 Am headed over to your blog right away….

  3. It looks like you and I have similar reading interests. Very nice to stumble upon your blog..! An extensive list of book reviews..!! WOnderful to see 🙂

  4. Hi,
    I’m reaching out to you on behalf of Scooze. We’re a New Delhi based startup and are building an online community where people come together to help each other across various areas such as Books, Food & Nightlife, Gadgets, Parenting, Education, etc. At Scooze, our goal is to make it easy for anybody who’s looking for help to connect with and get recommendations from a ‘gang’ of the right peers and experts. 
    I’d love to invite you to join the Books Gang on Scooze. A lot of people can benefit immensely from your knowledge and recommendations. We’d be overjoyed if you could try out Scooze and ‘join the gang’ at http://www.scooze.com/interest_areas/books/ask_for_help.
    Also, we’d also love to showcase you on Scooze and our Facebook Page as one of the esteemed expert members of the Books Gang on Scooze. Do let me know if you think this is okay. Our Facebook Page is http://www.facebook.com/scoozechoose.
    I look forward to your response.
    Thank you.
    Regards,
    Sahiba
    Team Scooze

  5. Thank you for being together with us on this book/s journey so far. It has been an honour. We have moved & have a new home now. Request you to kindly visit http://thetalespensieve.com & follow us via email or RSS feeds (the links are available at the bottom of the page)

    Hope to see you amidst The Tales in the Pensieve, Again. 🙂

  6. Dear Constantly Puzzled Mind

    I looked for your email address , but couldn’t find it and decided to leave you a message on this post. Glad to have found a blog of a fellow book-lover. My second novel, ‘The crossover Year’ was recently published.I am having a giveaway on Goodreads and would love it if you could participate in it. What’s the book about…Here’s the blurb

    “Meet Sri Anuprabha, aka Anu, a twenty-nine year-old banker who is terrified of entering her thirties. She dreams of quitting her job at the bank, sporting yoga pants and traipsing around the world. Her world turns upside down when things go awry and she is faced with the prospect of spending her days watching Tamil serials. She comes up with a five-point plan for reclaiming her life back before she hits the big 30. But things are never as simple as drawing up a flowchart in real life, are they? Especially with a ghastly recession rearing its ugly head. Anu bumbles through the corridors of domesticity and travels on a fun-filled roller coaster ride in a bid to discover her passion in life. Along the way, she meets new people, experiences crazy things and learns some hard lessons in marriage, friendship, parenting and life.”

    Giveaway link : http://bit.ly/K1Lmo6

    If you choose to purchase the book (its only Rs. 138 with free shipping on Ebay ) and support a struggling writer , you can buy it here

    Ebay http://bit.ly/1e761ES
    On Amazon here http://bit.ly/1gr302r ( both Kindle and paperback versions are avbl)
    Flipkart : http://bit.ly/1byZRsK

    Flipkart also carries a few reviews , should you want to read a few reviews before you buy the book

    My blog : http://bedazzledeternally.blogspot.in/

    Book page : https://www.facebook.com/thecrossoveryearbhargavi

    Sorry , if I have spammed your post. Hope you’ll participate in the giveaway / buy my book. Merry Christmas and a wishing you a happy 2014 🙂

    cheers

    Bhargavi

  7. Hello,

    How can I interest you in reviewing my book? Other than the fact that I’m a part of the SheReads South Asia initiative… 🙂

    I would love to get in touch. If you think you’d be interested in reading Butterfly Season, please drop me a line at tashaa dot ahmed at gmail dot com. You can also find me on Facebook.com/tasha.author.

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