Friday, January 30, 2009

Attacking the 'To Read' pile

I finished Vikas Swarup’s ‘Q&A’ in less than 48 hours. But, it took two years and the success of ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ for me to actually start reading a book I purchased nearly a lifetime ago.
I really enjoyed the book, as I knew I would when I picked up a totally unknown book by an equally unknown author based purely on gut feel. And yet, I had to virtually be forced to read it!
I am addicted - I can’t stop buying books. But if this doesn’t teach me to attack my ‘To Read’ pile from the bottom, nothing will.

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Michelle Zheng said...

Wow,that's strange. This “addiction” is affecting me too. I normally look at the cover, open up a random page, and I buy it, purely on whim.


Natasha Ramarathnam said...

Exciting, isn't it.
Strangely, the gut feel is often not wrong - if only you finally manage to get down to reading the book.


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