Reading Challenges 2017

I am joining up in the Color Coded Reading Challenge. It’s quite interesting, really. This challenge is being hosted by Bev @ My Reader’s Block. The idea is simple – you have to read nine books representing nine different colors in this year. The color may either be named in the title or it may […]

The Blue Castle by L.M.Montgomery

The Blue Castle by L.M. Montgomery My rating: 5 of 5 stars This was a review I couldn’t wait to write! This book has established itself as one of my favourite Montgomery reads. I liked it a lot more than her other book I have recently read Emily of New Moon although they had some […]

US Student VISA Interview Experience

I finally got my US student visa approved yesterday. (YAY!) The tension is over. Such a big relief. It is done. Finished. Now I can focus on my University preparations without apprehension. I am going for my Masters of Science degree in Computer Science to New York University in Fall 2017. My school is Courant […]

Rose in Bloom by Louisa May Alcott

Author – Louisa May Alcott Pages – 302 Genre – Classic, Fiction My Rating – 4/5 If you like reading books by L.M.Montgomery, Eva Ibbotson or others by Louisa May Alcott (Little Women being her most popular novel), then you are sure to enjoy this one! This book touched my heart as so often these […]

May Wrap-Up Post

These are the books I read in May. What a lovely reading month it has been! I can’t believe I will have to substantially cut down on my reading, if not stop altogether, when I go to University again in August. 😦 I finally finished reading the Harry Potter series. It was an absolute delight. […]

The Remains of The Day by Kazuo Ishiguro

Author – Kazuo Ishiguro Nationality – Japan Pages – 258 Genre – Historical Fiction, Literature, World Wars My Rating – 4.5/5 A subtle but deeply moving masterpiece. “Indeed – why should I not admit it? – in that moment, my heart was breaking.” That was perhaps the only human line said by Mr.Stevens in the […]