Monday, 23 May 2016

Book Haul/// Books of May 2016.


Back with another little-ish book haul.
I haven't quite been binge book buying lately and that is totally fine by me. 
But I found myself at Crossword last week and couldn't resist these titles. 
Some of them I've wanted, while others were more on the whim purchases. 

Let's see what I'v added to my bookshelves this month. 

Books Bought: 

What Milo Saw by Virginia Macgregor 
Primal Woman by Sunil Gangopadhyay 
Temple and Mosque by Munshi Premchand 
An Unrestored Woman by Shobha Rao 
The Best Bengali Stories Ever Told Edited by Arunava Sinha 

My sister spotted this book and read a bit of it in the store itself.
Sound adorable and cute and should be a fun read. 

Sunil Ganguly is an author I've read very little of. Like one book and some short stories here and there. 
My whole family recommends his works highly and I want to delve more into his writing, this collection of short stories seemed like a good place to do just that. 

About time I read more Premchand. Ideally I would love to read them in Hindi but I haven't any Hindi since first year of college. So it will be slow and tedious. But I really do want to read them in their original form.  

How gorgeous is this cover? 
I won't lie, this might have been a cover buy. 
Plus I am always up for a short story collection. 
A great way to try a new author. 

This is the book I wanted!
And went into the store looking for. Ah! What a little beauty! 

I am so in love with these new books of mine. 
Some of them I intend on reading very soon. 

Happy Reading Folks! 

No comments: