Mailbox Monday (11th January)

Being off the grid when at Palampur has become a way of life with both Hubby and me. The fact that there was little or no internet connectivity here was the primary reason and using 3G was causing excessive strain on both our wallets. Finally, managed to get the one and only local internet connection and now we are both back online. For the new … Continue reading Mailbox Monday (11th January)

Concentr8 – William Sutcliffe

This book was sent to me by Bloomsbury India in exchange of a fair and honest review A story set in a future London, with five young teenagers as the central characters. Concentr8 is a drug that was originally meant for children with ADD but with time even the the slightest act of rebelliousness or naughtiness is characterized as deviant behaviour and most children are … Continue reading Concentr8 – William Sutcliffe

For love and Honour – Anand Ranganathan

This book was sent to me by Bloomsbury India in exchange of an honest review For love and Honour is a heavy title. It predisposes one to expect great things from the pages that follow. ┬áPlus, when you bring in the very tantalizing prospect of an Army Officer as the main protagonist you have effectively hooked an army brat into reading the book with unbridled … Continue reading For love and Honour – Anand Ranganathan

Fuzzy Mud – Louis Sachar

  This book was sent to me by the kind offices of Bloomsbury India in exchange of an honest review This book would be classified as young, young adult fiction falling in the science-fiction horror genre. Louis Sachar is also the author of the much acclaimed ‘Holes’. I have not read the book but I absolutely loved the movie. The story had a simplicity to … Continue reading Fuzzy Mud – Louis Sachar