My Bookself

Mother Teresa: Inspiring Incidents
3 of 5 stars
Since Mother Teresa is one of my inspirations, I always find something new in every book written about her. This book is also good, though I would recommend if you wish to read about her, you should not stop at just one book.
Jerusalem Countdown - Revised: A Prelude To War
2 of 5 stars
Hehehe.. Read this book guys.. Not to be missed..
Mountbatten and Independent India, 16 August 1947-18 June 1948
3 of 5 stars
Second in the series, this books continues with the research and discussion with the man who sat at the top when India had just won its freedom and was facing anticipated and mostly unanticipated challenges.
Blink: The Power of Thinking without Thinking
3 of 5 stars
Snap judgement, yes before you starting reading this book review you may have made your decision whether you’ll actually read the book or not. That’s one take away from this book. And there’s more too.
A Thousand Splendid Suns
3 of 5 stars
Story is sad, even depressing at times, however the writing is amazing.
All The Prime Minister's Men
3 of 5 stars
I found this book to be very informative and startling at many points. Too many historic facts about the Gandhi family especially Indira and Sanjay and about many other prominent personalities and politicians. I’d recommend it to anyone …
Five Past Midnight in Bhopal: The Epic Story of the World's Deadliest Industrial Disaster
3 of 5 stars
A tragedy beyond words expressed like no one else can. The research, the truth, the aftermath, it a book you should read if you like reading, if you are an Indian and even if you are neither.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
3 of 5 stars
A different look at the history with humor, the whole concept and the book left a lasting impression on my mind.
India's Struggle for Independence
3 of 5 stars
A must read. However, would suggest to read more if you want to read on this topic and understand the truth.
The Catcher in the Rye
4 of 5 stars
Salinger, how did you do it? There should be more books like this and these should be part of every school’s curriculum. Alas! not many such books around.
How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
3 of 5 stars
Listen to this guy, and follow his advice.
The Da Vinci Code
4 of 5 stars
3 of 5 stars
Was surprised to find this book in my engineering college’s library. Loved it a lot at that time since I was just getting initiated into English music. The book was very direct and had lots of interesting facts about the King of Pop.

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