Delhi 101 – A review

Delhi 101 – A review
This book was sent to me sometime back by a blogger friend Ajay Jain for a review. I have been following all his travel stories since quite some years now when he had not written so many books. 🙂

In this book, Ajay writes about Delhi, his hometown, a city that he grew up in and continues to live. Having associated with Delhi myself, I wanted to know about the city through somebody else’s eyes.

Is it different from what I know of Delhi? Is it a one point reference book? Is it a detailed … Read the rest

Bankster – A book review

The book, “The Bankster” from Ravi Subramaniam is a thriller and the story is set in different places across the world. What more could I have asked for? 😀

To be honest, before this book I had not read any books from him. But when I saw this catchy titled book personally signed by the author Ravi Subramaniam himself, I fell for the gesture. These little gestures go a long way. I had to read it.

The story revolves around different places across the globe … and being a global traveller myself, I wanted to see how he … Read the rest

The Clockwork Man – A traveler’s re(view)

The Clockwork Man
Talk of coincidence, I was unpacking my decade old Black Forest Cuckoo Clock from Germany when I received this novel by courier. Oh! What coincidence. I wanted to see if my clock from Germany still worked after so many years. 🙂

When I read the foreword and then the first chapter it sort of let the cat out in the sense that the clockwork man survived the two turns of centuries and was still working.

The Clockwork Man is a science fiction written by a professor of  “Novel Writing” Mr William Jablonsky.

The novel is spread … Read the rest

Five travel books

Blogathon has a theme for today. And it is “My top 5 favorite books on writing are…”.

Well, I changed the theme slightly to suit me. 😉 I am going to write about five of the travel books that I possess. All these books are either won by me in different contests or have been gifted to me.

1. Roots – It is a story about an African American family that inspired pride and a greater understanding of the past. As the name suggests, it is a powerful look at an American family’s immigrant past. The book has earned a … Read the rest

Book Review-The Ultimate Tech Guide for Travelers

Note:- First five readers who purchase the book from this site will get a discount of $5. Please see the comment section for details.
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Yet another e-book from Anil Polat, the owner of travel blog Foxnomad has been launched. And he was kind enough to send me a complimentary copy of The Ultimate Tech Guide for Travelers for review.

By understanding how something works you can manipulate it to no end. The same thing goes for technology – once you understand how the basics work, you can make them work for you in many money saving neat ways.Read the rest