The Bookizie Tag

I had planned to do this tag a long time ago, but somehow it just got missed. After reading Tshhar's last post, I finally set my banana fingers to work....

My somewhat rusted memory informs me that I'd read some of these books very long ago. The titles are just vaguely familiar. And in some cases, like the Agatha Christie ones, I usually just read the pages at the beginning and the end. So that qualifies as scanning. NOT reading.

One more thing. I dunno if I'm allowed to do this, but I've added one more rule to this tag. I apologize for the adulteration.....

RULES:
*Bold the titles you've read
*Italicize the ones you want to read
*Leave blank the ones that you aren't interested in.
* Add any 5 titles of your choice in this list,before you pass on the tag.

New Rule: Rate the books you have read from '*' (1) to '* * * * *' (5).


Agatha Christie - Sad Cypress * * * *
Ayn rand - The fountainhead
Ayn rand - Atlas shrugged
Anurag Mathur - The inscrutable Americans
Arthur Hailey- Hotel
Alistair maclean - The guns of navarone
Anne frank- The diary of a young girl * * * * 1/2
Danielle Steel - Full circle
Enid Blyton - the famous five series * * *
Jeffery Archer - Not a penny more and not a penny less
Jackie collins - Hollywood wives
James Hadley Chase - An ear to the ground
Ken follet - A place called freedom
Mario Puzo - the Godfather
Micheal Crichton - Airframe
Mills and boons (only two books after being okayed by my cousin. So don't u scream at me!!) * * *
Paulo Coelho - The Alchemist * * * *
Robert Ludlum - Trevayne
Sidney Sheldon - The sands of time
Suketu Mehta - The maximum city
Thomas Hardy - Far from the madding crowd
Shrimad Bhagavad Gita
Dan Brown - The deception point
Emily Bronte- Wuthering heights * * *
Eric Segal - The Class
Mulk raj Anand - Coolie
R.K. Narayan - The English teacher * * * *
J.k. Rowling - The Potter series * * 1/2 (I'm taking revenge. How dare she kill Voldy???)
Sidney Sheldon - A stranger in the mirror
Agatha Christie - Curtain [ Poirot's last case ] [and my first Christie novel]* * * 1/2

Bookworm's (aka jan) Recco.....

Chetan Bhagat - The Three Mistakes of My Life * * * 1/2

Anita Desai - The Village By The Sea * * 1/2

Chetan Bhagat - Five Point Someone * (:P)

Paulo Coelho - Brida * * *

Harper Lee - To Kill a Mockingbird * * * *

And the tag goes to....

Everybody who hasn't done it yet.

Tushar Mangl

4 comments:

Tshhar Mangal said...

The youngest member of our blog gives three stars to mills and boons series
*Raised eyebrows*

A good idea, that stars improvisation...Not meant for lazy fellas like me i guess
yayyy!!!!

3 books i would like to suggest you are
Arthur Hailey-hotel
Eric segal - The class
ANd the jackie collins one
__________
You read 10 out of 30 i guess
great going girl
Keep Reading !!!
Keep Writing !!!

jan said...

lol...u mean i shunt read mills n boons at this age? :P

well yaar, i read those only after my 20 something cousin had read n okayed 'em once. nd seriously, iv only read 2.

aart hilal said...

Hello!

I'm a big fan of Paulo Coelho! You will love this! He's the first best-selling author to be distributing for free his works on his blog:
www.paulocoelhoblog.com


Have a nice day!

Aart

Tshhar Mangal said...

Ahem Ahem
Jan making excuses
Ahem Ahem
hehe
anyways its a good series,i liked reading them.

@Aarti
we already know about it, its on our blog roll
and also you post it, as a comment to all our bookizie tags
Thnks anyways :-)

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