My Thoughts on #ManBookers2017 Shortlist

Some critics have hailed this year short list as one of the best ever or atleast better than last years top 6. I will not fully agree to that but this is surely a brave set of books. Heavyweights like Anundathi Roy’s Ministry of Utmost Happiness and Colson Whitehead’s The Underground Railway were two big…

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Autumn by Ali Smith #ManBookers2017

I really enjoyed reading Autumn by Ali Smith, but I still don’t know what it is about. Media coined it as the first Brexit novel but Smith covered more ground the just Brexit. She uses the classical literature, philosophy, mystical historical characters to hide her real message. Although I am big fan of my Kindle…

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Top Four Man Bookers’ Read

Currently I am reading my second and the third book from this years Man Bookers Longlist. After reading Exit West by Moshin Hamid, I am reading Ali Smith’s Autumn and Zadie Smith’s Swing Time-both books written by one of the best women writers of the modern era.  One of the reasons that I love to…

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School of Rock for Blog

Every blogger is an impostor- they all lie about something. I have met so many of them and I know that they are not real. They are hiding something beyond your pictures, smiles, posts and prose- there is something beyond their blog that they are protecting – and their this ability to disguise make them…

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