Continuing my series, as promised. In this post, I present the books I read in March & April 2023, in sequence.
|Delhi: A Novel||Khushwant Singh||8/10|
|Train to Pakistan||Khushwant Singh||8/10|
|Whereabouts: A Novel||Jhumpa Lahiri||7/10|
|Another Dozen Stories||Satyajit Ray||8/10|
Due to an unavoidable personal situation, I didn’t read anything for the first 2 weeks of March. After that, craving something familiar, I started reading Khushwant Singh, although I had read all his novels already many years ago.
It was nice reading those familiar novels, once more. I really enjoy Khushwant’s writing style.
After Khushwant, I went back to Jhumpa Lahiri. Whereabouts: A Novel was a collection of incoherent notes from the author. Entertaining, but nothing special.
After that, Amazon recommended me Satyajit Ray. I read his “Another Dozen Stories” which was full of short stories. Some of the stories were feel good, whereas others were paranormal or bordering paranormal. Overall, I found the stories quite entertaining.
Knowing that I didn’t do much reading the last 2 months, I will try to do better going forward.
I am thinking of revisiting Arthur C Clarke next.