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My writings are slaves to ideas. They do not have a life of their own; just words waiting to get meaning. Ideas are the soul that make them alive. And I'm a collector of ideas. I store them safe within my mind. When inspiration arrives, some of these ideas in the vault conspire, intermingle and form themselves into a story. They become my writings. I don't become them.


Average rating: 3.80 · 5 ratings · 1 review · 2 distinct works · Similar authors
Tales from the Idea Vault
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Everything has a Purpose
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The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami
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Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
Kafka on the Shore
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I, Robot by Isaac Asimov
I, Robot (Robot, #0.1)
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read in May, 2014
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I was intending to read this book for quite some time. I had very different expectations from it, having watched movies based on it earlier. But the book surpasses them all with stories dealing with the ethical and moral dilemmas that could arise whe...more
Inverting the Pyramid by Jonathan  Wilson
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Is Football just about 11 players running randomly behind the ball? Is there a method to it? What role does a manager have to play in a set up? Could there possibly be systems in which players are trained? If there is something called tactics, how di...more
The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon, #3)
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read in December, 2013
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I liked his previous books and since I read Lost Symbol after a long time, I was a bit taken aback with the writing style. It sort of makes the reader seem like a fool with the excessive explanations stated matter-of-factly under the assumption nobod...more
Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury
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I picked up Ray Bradbury's book thinking it was a science fiction story. I read one of his short stories and really liked it. It's important to the rest of the review because that's where my expectations were set. It was all fiction and hardly any sc...more
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Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury
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The Stranger by Albert Camus
The Stranger
by Albert Camus
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The story starts slowly. Paints a character who is shown to be wise and a bit detached from emotions which seem to stem from his rational notions. And then the story takes the twist. It is almost like a hammer.
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Soccernomics by Simon Kuper
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Soccernomics is a football nerd's delight. It shows how football has changed over the years through data gathered from multiple sources and weeding through the information to highlight why some countries are better than the others. The anecdotes and...more
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