In my bookshelf

I thought of making a list of books I've read recently and the following links take you to my "Reading experiences" in this blog...I cannot term it as a "Book review",I just shared what I felt after reading them..:-)
Few more books I've read :
  • Hazaar Chaurasi ki Maa By Maha Swetha Devi
  • The monk who sold hi Ferrari By Robin Sharma
  • Rich Dad Poor Dad By Robert Kiyosaki
  • The Alchemist By Paul Coelho
  • Forty Rules of Love By Elif Shafak
  • Gitanjali By Rabindranath Tagore


vajra said...

I really thank you for your wonderful reviews on books and spreading some good beak reads to us Nagini garu. I just want to refer you a book which I am reading now. I think may be you know about this book but as I couldn't find in your list so thought of referring this book.Its The Immortals of Meluha by Amish. He is written incredibly well. The book is such a huge hit in such a way that the author released the book even in regional languages including Telugu..:):)The other thing is Amish released the other two books which are basically sequels of Immortals of Meluha.

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

Hi Vajra,
I heard about the Shiva trilogy but couldn't get the opportunity to lay my hands on these books till now.I have few selective books to read in pending.Thank you so much for recommending..Would like to read it soon..:-)
I'm really happy for your kind support and encouragement..Thanks buddy.:-)

vajra said...

Thank you Nagini garu..We all should thank you for penning your pensive thoughts on the books. Looking for great reviews more and more in coming days...
Thank You

Nikhil said...

Great collection indeed!
The posts you write are so interesting , to the point & worthwhile reading...
Keep up the good work!
Looking forward to read your next posts.

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Nikhil,
Thank you so much for stopping by.Pls keep visiting..:-)

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