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Cross posted from my work blog.
This book is a tribute to Jeeves, Bertie Wooster's affable valet. Jeeves acts as a 'universal' saviour right from the first page. For a change, this time it's not Bertie who is in trouble but his best friend from school, Bingo. Jeeves sorts out the issues in Bingo's love life …read more
Aunts aren't gentlemen
Based on doctor's advice, Bertram Wooster sets out to the countryside to relax and rejuvenate. At the village, he bumps into his ex-girlfriend. If that's not enough, her father suspects him of theft and her suspicious boyfriend has followed her from the city. With a lot of difficulty, Bertie manages …read more
The Mating Season
Bertram Wooster is invited to a village to be part of a theatre troupe. Before leaving for the performance, he learns through his friend that his lover is being coaxed to marry her cousin and that Wooster was going to be their guest. After soliciting Jeeves advice, Wooster sets out …read more
R K Narayan is the natural choice after a heavy reading. "Talkative Man" is his shortest novel but not devoid of the signature humour or impressionable characters.
The "Talkative Man", a struggling journalist loves a good audience who are willing to lend their ears and he doesn't disappoint them. This …read more
The Glass Palace
Amitav Ghosh is probably the best contemporary Indian writer. His books have style and are not formulaic.
The Glass Palace is a fictional novel that begins with the exile of the last king of Burma. The story spreads across 3 generations and ends in the 1990s with the Burmese junta …read more