Life...The Most Complicated Thought

The unexamined life is not worth living. ~Socrates

More Books

My parents returned from India on June 5th. Guess what I got? I got books. I had asked them to bring all the books by Chetan Bhagat. So far, he has written four books:
  • Five Point Someone (Movie: 3 Idiots)
  • One Night @ The Call Center (Movie: Hello)
  • The 3 Mistakes of My Life
  • 2 States
I am super excited about reading these books. I have yet to watch Hello and 3 Idiots and I think I will read the books first and then watch the movies. These books will go on my TBR list because I have couple of books that I would like to read first.

I am currently reading Half Life by Roopa Farooki and Last Time I Saw You (Audio CD) by Elizabeth Berg. Next to read is The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender only because it is on hold at the library. I won't be listening to any audio books for a while since my brother and I carpool to work. After this, I will read Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. This book has been on my nightstand for such a long time. This is one of those books that I would like to read without any breaks, and lately I have been taking many breaks while reading a book. For now these books will do. I have other books that I would like to read soon. I want to read Sophie Kinsella's other books, Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich, Gathering Blue by Lois Lowry, and Vish Puri Mysteries by Tarquin Hall. There are just too many books and too little time.

Last time I went to Barnes and Nobles, I saw this really cool bookmark called "50 books to read before you die." I think I will get it next time I go there.

While searching for this bookmark, I came across a really cool blog named Bookmark Kingdom, a blog managed by Vaida. She collects bookmarks from all over the world. I have not had a chance to view them all. I really thought this bookmark was cute. I tried putting the picture on here, but it is too big.

Time to go...I will be back!


3 comments:

Oh my gosh, Three Idiots was the best movie ever! Amir Kahn is like, my hero! I love how his ears stick out, and how his movies are not mainly romantic of "bad boy". Like his movie, Tara Zameen Par (don't know how to spell it) I cried during the movie 'cause it was so emotional.
Amir Kahn ranks up with my Top Favs, alongside with Hrithik Roshan.

 

I like Aamir Khan too but I am a SRK fan. I cried in TZP also but at the same time, I am not a very big fan of the movie...

I have yet to watch 3 Idiots and My Name is Khan...One of these days hopefully...

 
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