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Jan 02, 2012 08:32AM

729 Rosun wrote: "Ardent bloggers please visit blogjunta.com. It's an awesome platform to showcase your blogs and interact with other bloggers too."

Hey Rosun, thanks for the tip.
Jan 02, 2012 07:54AM

729 Have set myself a target of 50 books this year. I had set a target of 30 last year and ended up reading 41 (all right... all right... 11 of them were graphic novels... so?)

Currently reading 3 books but it will be a race between Quantum of Solace: The Complete James Bond Short Stories and The Man Who Knew Too Much for the first book to be finished this year.
Jan 02, 2012 05:33AM

729 Of the books that I read this year, although I rate the mystery novel The Moonstone and the classic Animal Farm higher, my book of the year would have to be Steve Jobs. This is because of the sheer delight in going through the life story of one of the most fascinating business personalities in the recent times.
Jan 02, 2012 05:26AM

729 Smitha wrote: "At last, another person to mirror my feelings reg. Shantaram"

My feelings exactly. ~high-fives with Col.~
Jan 02, 2012 03:26AM

729 I have actually created a shelf called my 'on-hold' shelf. I call them 'on-hold' in the hope that some day I will go back and finish these.

The one book, however, that tops this list for me is Shantaram.

http://www.goodreads.com/review/list/...
Jan 02, 2012 03:20AM

729 Hey, has a Mumbai/Pune meet happened since this thread started? I would be extremely disappointed if I missed out. In fact, if the meet happens in Pune over a weekend, I wouldn't mind coming down.

So, for Mumbai & Pune - shekhar.ruparelia@gmail.com
Dec 31, 2011 12:17AM

729 I often find myself reading Wodehouse stories again, especially the Jeeves series. The plots are known, the humour in the punch-line is known too but there's just something which makes me laugh all over again.
729 Hey folks, although I'm not very active in the discussions that take place here, I feel you folks have done a wonderful job. Kudos to the moderators.
Dec 29, 2011 11:31AM

729 dely wrote: "I warmed up my fingers to turn pages better, I did exercises for the eyes to avoid that they become quickly tired, or crosseyed, the sofa is ready, the first book of 2012 is yet to come. I kill the..."

ROFL... all the best for 2012 Dely. And before I forget, a very Happy New Year too. :)

Let the celebrations begin!
Dec 29, 2011 07:41AM

729 Sherin wrote: I read it when I was in school and totally loved it! :)

I too had passages from the book as school reading but didn't get round to reading the entire book then. Pretty glad I kept the promise even after all these years. :)
Dec 29, 2011 01:13AM

729 Just finished reading 'Treasure Island'. Blown away by the fact that its a seminal work, in the sense that I could even spot characteristics in Long John Silver which eventually evolved itself into bits of Johnny Depp's character of Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean series!!
Dec 24, 2011 06:07AM

729 Merry Christmas to everyone. :))
Dec 19, 2011 10:31PM

729 I deactivated my Facebook account only a week ago and I don't plan to reactivate for about a year. *laughs* I don't think I'll be able to recognize it when I finally go back.
Dec 17, 2011 10:53AM

729 Jyoti wrote: "Everyone, google the words 'let it snow' and see what happens! (don't use the inverted commas, just google the words)"

W-O-W !!!
Sep 03, 2011 12:19PM

729 @Jyoti: I guess no one has made it big unless they've received an e-mail from Salman selling a 'Being Human' t-shirt. :P
Sep 02, 2011 11:01PM

729 Hey Chintan... slightly belated but Micchami Dukkadam. :)
Introduce yourself (6278 new)
Sep 02, 2011 11:00PM

729 Welcome Divya! Great to have you here. :)
Shiva trilogy (38 new)
Aug 19, 2011 09:58PM

729 Right, finished reading the book today morning. Darn good sequel (as Acharya has already pointed out in his book review). Also, attended the official book launch yesterday at Landmark, Phoenix Mills. Good interactive session. Amish pointed out quite a few interesting things about his books and the philosophy / thoughts which went into the making of it.
Aug 17, 2011 10:56AM

729 Harsha wrote: "Do we have any Bengalis/ those who love Bengali literature here? I am currently reading a bengali novel after a long time and i am so into it... i would like to read more... recommendations anyone?"

I have only read Bengali translations. You might give Parineeta and Devdas a try. Also, the Feluda stories by Satyajit Ray.
Movies (1472 new)
Aug 11, 2011 10:19AM

729 Did anyone watch "The Tree of Life"? Thoughts?


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