Sunday, June 28, 2009

Reading: The Feast of Roses by Indu Sundaresan

I read a couple of books after Mahabharata but never got on to reviewing any of those. Primarily, because I am ecstatic of being able to buy so many of the rare books like 'Second Turn' for example. I have started this book recently and so far it is going great. The book is a sequel to "the Twentieth Wife" and both the books are on Mehrunissa, more popularly known as Noorjahan.

This book led me to research on books about Indian Princesses. I also came across a book called 'Jahanara: Princess of Princesses', which is also supposed to be a good one.

I will surely review "the Feast of Roses" but I will have to re-visit all the books that I read on Mahabharat to talk about why I liked them. So, watch the space!


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  2. :-)

    My eyes are glued here :)

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