Autumn Reads: Join the Hallowe’en Party with Hercule Poirot

It had been one of my greatest regrets that in spite of being a fan of mysteries, I had never read the works of Agatha Christie. I was exploring the books written by her, and was about to begin the first Hercule Poirot book ‘The Mysterious Affair at Styles‘, when another title caught my eye.Continue reading “Autumn Reads: Join the Hallowe’en Party with Hercule Poirot”

Autumn Reads: House of Hollow by Krystal Sutherland – A Haunted and Brutally Beautiful Fairy Tale: Book Review

I have always been picky in the genres of thriller, horror and mystery. I tried to stick to the classics in these genres, and so far I was happy. It was my misfortune that every time I picked up a modern thriller or horror, the book somehow disappointed me. Encouraged by my book-club friends, IContinue reading “Autumn Reads: House of Hollow by Krystal Sutherland – A Haunted and Brutally Beautiful Fairy Tale: Book Review”

Autumn Reads: Booktober Begins with Neil Gaiman’s ‘The Graveyard Book’

It’s October. The air is fragrant with the scent of autumn. It’s time for hot cocoa with pumpkin spice, and a few spooky books which get you in the mood for Halloween. I am celebrating Booktober this month. I have picked up a few books to read this month. My TBR list for this monthContinue reading “Autumn Reads: Booktober Begins with Neil Gaiman’s ‘The Graveyard Book’”

Welcoming Autumn with Nostalgia, and Poetry of Keats

What makes the season of autumn so special? Perhaps it is the transitory nature of autumn. The last breath of summer mingles with the first breath of winter and creates pleasant autumn breeze. Autumn is the time when the earth prepares to go to sleep after the harvest, under the blanket of the approaching winter.Continue reading “Welcoming Autumn with Nostalgia, and Poetry of Keats”