The Book Thief by Markus Zusak My rating: 5 of 5 stars Everyone should have a book and I believe this is mine. I cannot claim that I’ve read a lot of novels, but among the ones that I have, no other book has moved me as much as The Book Thief. It might be […]

“You are immature.” How many times have people said that to you? How many times have you said that to people? Have you kept count? Of course not. That would’ve been an immature thing to do. Here’s a fact: you are immature. I was walking down a street today. This typical, busy Mumbai street. I […]

How much does the tag cloud say about my blog and myself? I was just browsing through today and it caught my attention because it has become something that I never expected it to be. I’ve always assumed that I wrote mostly about philosophy. But the cloud says otherwise. The biggest word gaping at me […]

The gaily colored Mumbai-Kolkata Duronto Express sped on silently, while the rain-drenched windows allowed only a smudgy view of the vast paddy fields outside. I picked up my new copy of Atlas Shrugged after repeated failed attempts at falling asleep. This was my second journey on this train and more are inevitable, since it is […]

Review of the anime Rurouni Kenshin aka Samurai X. “I’m a wanderer, Miss Kaoru, and I must wander again.” – Kenshin Episodes: 95 Genres: action, comedy, drama Themes: historical, samurai, martial arts, politics For a child growing up amidst a bloody battlefield, war becomes the way of life. The child’s dreams get limited to becoming […]