Zen and Blogging

One of those rare posts that does not have an accompanying photo. I came across this blog called Zen Habits.  Though I dont agree with the word Zen, some of the tips here really makes  you smile and think and thinking is not usually  my usual habit :D. The blog by Leo Babauta is interesting and relaxing…

An Inspiring Story – Review of the Last Lecture by Randy Pausch

It was September 18, 2007, when computer science professor Randy Pausch stepped in front of an audience of 400 people at Carnegie Mellon University to deliver a last lecture called “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams” With slides of his CT scans beaming out to the audience, Randy told his audience about the cancer that is…

The present wonder – Review of The Seven Ancient Wonders by Matthew Reilly

Well yeah that is how I would rate this book. Oops was I too early in favouring the book. U bet!!!Matthew Reilly seems like a person who loves to shift his readers slowly onto the edge of their seat and make them land on their rear with sudden revelations that are spread throughout this book.From the moment anyone starts reading…

EJHJUBM GPSUSFTT – Review of Digital Fortress by Dan Brown

Howdy all!! Back again for another review. This time it is gonna be for the Digital Fortress. In fact I had read it long back but just thought of reading some reviews and find out what the other readers felt about it. I am surprised seeing the few reviews. Looks like Da Vinci code has…

Atlantis by David Gibbins – Book Review

  This book is one among the myriad of books on Atlantis, The Lost City and I have come across so many movies and books with this title that I assumed this book is the same…Same wine new bottle…But then I was proved wrong to an extent…. There is no plot in this book that…

Impression de Fallacy – Review of False Impression – Jefferey Archer

I must have let everyone known before that I am a staunch fan of Jefferey Archer and have read all his books till date. False Impressions, the book by Jefferey Archer after his release from prison is the book under my hammer today. To start with, Jefferey Archer takes us into a world of art and paintings…

Mysterious Life Under Water – Review of Twenty Thousand Keagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne

Jules Verne is one of the most celebrated French writers worldwide. His series of voyage extraordinaires features amazing characters the likes of Phileas Fogg and the immortal Captain Nemo, either exploring the depth of the ocean or the earth. It is only now that his literary skills are being recognised. The same skills that were…

Review of The Horse whisperer by Nicholas Evans

The story is about a lady who is trying her best to bring together her daughter broken emotionally and physically by an accident and a horse driven mad by pain. Their only hope is a cowboy doctor,Tom , who comes to heal the horse and all of them in a way. The emotion is intense…

Matter of Honor – Review of Matter of Honor by Jefferey Archer

, The main element of any of Archer’s stories is the ‘twist in the tale’ that leaves you gasping for more. If ever I saw a funny ending or I heard a surprising real life story I usually goarre ye to Jefferey Archer ki kahaniyan jaise ho gaya; He is one of the most brilliant…