Murukami 1q84- plodding through this badly translated work. But I haven’t given up hope yet.
Margaret Atwood The Handmaid’s Tale- Excited about reading this contemporary classic. Recently a lot is being written about this book, mainly in connection with #oursharedshelf and #Netflix drama.
Blake Pierce Once Gone – FBI crime thriller with a Female protagonist , trying hard to balance her commitment to her profession with the societal indoctrinated expectations of being the perfect mother figure to her offspring.
Blake Pierce Cause to Kill- Another female protagonist with a failed marriage, a baggage of guilt over her offspring, trying to prove to the world she is redeemable.
Happy reading folks!!
Juggling two very different yet similar books. One a biography and the other a story based on true events.
1. The Spy by Paulo Cohelo
2. Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
Currently I am reading Robert Galbraith’s Cormoran Strike novels.
- The Cuckoo’s Calling
- The Silkworm
- A Career of Evil
I had finished the first book the series in March. I am now on the 3rd book. While the books are not exactly classic crime fiction but they are well worth reading once. Don’t go searching for Christie’s Poirot in them.
I have been having second thoughts about using numbers as titles for my posts after completing the 100th post. So there are some changes.
Also next up will be my review of the recent books I have been reading.
So here is what I have read in the first 4 months of the year. I am still working on the 1 book every month resolution.
1. Fantastic beasts and where to find them – J K Rowling
2. Only time will tell – Jeffrey Archer ( Rereading )
3. The Cuckoo’s Calling- Robert Galbraith
4. The Spy – Paulo Cohelo
I plan to keep updating this as and when I have finished books.