Well, if you enjoy corporate thriller then give it a read for sure. For me, the ending could have been a bit elaborated. There was too much happening in the corporate jungle and I felt lost among the characters, maybe that's just me.
I know I am super late with this book review but better late than never. I love the author’s writing and read almost everything she has written in books or media prints. I liked her write-ups and after Mrs. Funnybones I became a fan of her writing. Mrs. Funnybones was Twinkle Khanna’s debut as an...
If there is one thing I learned a little late and regret about it then it has to be falling in love with books. There is nothing more soul soothing for me than reading books at my favorite corner of the house while sipping a hot cup of tea. I found my love for books...
Book: A girl in the new town Author: Alpana Deo Genre: Fiction About the author: Alpana is an established blogger and this is her debut book. From times of India to many top parenting blogs, her write-ups have been published everywhere. I have been following her blog for a long time and love her writing...
A perfect weekend can never be perfect without a good book, at least for me. Reading makes me calm and keeps me sane amidst the daily dose of a toddler tantrum, writing assignments and household chores. Every night, I fall for a vicious circle of just one more chapter then I am off to sleep and regret it the next morning.
J.K. Rowling aptly said that she believes something very magical can happen when you read a good book. Here are some fun and random facts about books. These will certainly take hold of the interest of any book enthusiasts around the globe.
Most expensive book (Woah!):
The world’s most expensive book ever purchased was bought by Bill Gates for $30.8 million. Leonardo da Vinci’s journal, Codex Leicester, is world’s most expensive paper document. It was sold for $30.8 million in 1994. Source
Peter Pan (One of my favorite childhood books):
J.M. Barrie gave the rights of Peter Pan to the Children’s Hospital on Great Ormond Street in 1929, London so they could always collect royalties and funds the hospital. Source
Talk about book reading goals (Let’s move there):
Icelanders are famous for being a nation of bookworms. Iceland is a nation of over 330,000 people. It has more writers, more books read, per head, compared to any nation in the world. Iceland boasts one of the highest rates of books per capita. Source
Harry Potter (Like seriously?)
In some parts of the United States and the United Kingdom, the Potter books have been banned from being read in school. The Harry Potter book series are allegedly the most banned books in America due to religious complaints. Source
Abibliophobia (So there is a word for that)
If you are anything like me then I am sure you might have experienced this feeling at least once in your lifetime for sure. The fear of running out of reading material is called Abibliophobia Source
Hope you enjoyed reading these facts and would share it with other book lovers you know. Write your favorite book in the comment section below and I will try to find something unique about it in my next post.
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Hi, I am Kavita!
A juggler of mom duties, blogging, content writing and much more. I am an avid reader. A dreamer and a true optimist with a drop of crazy at heart. A stubborn daughter, pampered wife, doting mother and free-spirited human being.