This was a book I bought years ago but hadn’t got to reading yet. A book challenge I’m taking part in helped me to shift it from to-be-read to read shelf, and I’m glad that I did read it.
There are many childhood classics I’ve yet to read. I had heard a lot of good things about this book from many friends who admire Roald Dahl’s writing, and thought it was about time I picked it up for reading.
I’m one of the few who enjoyed Mathematics as a subject in school. That’s why this book immediately appealed to me, and I had to procure a copy.
One might be a mythology fan, but still not know everything from mythology. I realize that after reading this retelling of the Bhagavata, written by one of my favorite authors, Devdutt Pattanaik.
I don’t read books from the horror genre often, but one of my friends recommended this book to me. The title sounded interesting, as did the name of the character. So decided to give it a chance.
Can a crime fiction be a light read? At times it can. This was one such instance. I found another book of this series, but thought I ought to start with this one, the first of the series, so I get an idea of the main characters.