Book: Salvation of a Saint

I have read/watched quite a few thrillers and murder mysteries. And almost all of them revolves around ‘whodunnit’, but ‘Salvation of a Saint’ comes with a different plot searching for how and why the murder happened. When I read the excerpt of the book ‘Salvation of a Saint’, the blurb made it clear that who committed the murder. By clearly declaring the murderer (though not directly) by end of first chapter, it a quite a challenge to keep the reader glued to the book for the rest of the 370 pages. Salvation of a Saint is mystery book by the author Keigo Higashino who is a well known mystery writer […]

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Book: The Krishna Key

“The Krishna key” is a thriller (or should I say mythological thriller?) Ashwin Sanghi’s third book. After writing two books ‘The Rozabel Line (a theological thriller) and ‘Chanakya’s Chant’ (a political thriller), the third one digs into Hindu mythology taking us back to the times of Mahabharatha. The book is about a race between two groups/teams (the good and the evil) who want to get to that one prized possession left behind Lord Krishna. The race goes on in a very quick pace trying to bridge the gap between the current day and the times of Krishna five thousand years ago. Being someone who has intersts in Hindu mythology and […]

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On a reading spree

Got hold of few pretty good books and as of now I’m on a reading spree. Books that I have got are — Life of Pi by Yann Martel Rajanartaki/ರಾಜನರ್ತಕಿ – by Gorur Ramaswamy Iyengar – Kannada Krounchavadhe/ಕ್ರೌಂಚವಧೆ – by Gorur Ramaswamy Iyengar – Kannada To kill a mocking bird by Harper Lee Chirasmarane/ಚಿರಸ್ಮರಣೆ by Niranjana – Kannada Chomana Dudi/ಚೋಮನ ದುಡಿ by Late Shivarama Karanth – Kannada This week, I finished Rajanartaki/ರಾಜನರ್ತಕಿ & To kill a mocking bird. And today started with Life of Pi. More updates and opinions on these later 🙂

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tsunami

As usual I was standing in the beach on Sunday morning. Sun was trying to glaze the water surface from his surface. As far as I remember I just stand in the beach everyday in the same place without fail and leave the waves to come and splash me. I will be in beach irrespective of weather condition. I love to (sort of) stand there and have a look at the endless waves for endless hours. Even though it is a routine for me, I never felt boredom for this my hobby, to be honest it’s difficult to call this as my hobby. It’s as routine as the waves in […]

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