Thursday, July 2, 2015

My Top Ten Books Of 2014


I attempted to integrate more classics into my 2014 reading list, along with business, fiction, historical non-fiction, health and science fiction. With such diverse genres, it's difficult to assemble my top 10 books of 2014, that said, here's my list.
The Camomile Lawn:
This is a book review of 'The Camomile Lawn' written by Mary Wesley in 1983. It outlines the story and the characters, and comments on Wesley's style of writing.
Top Indian Novels That Are a Must Read:
Gone are the days when you wait eagerly for a foreign author to release their next literary work of art. Indian authors have always been good at literature albeit with limited exposure to the global market.
The 39 Clues Book 3: The Sword Thief by Peter Lerangis Review:
A review of the third book in the exciting 39 clues series, The Sword Thief by Peter Lerangis. This book contains a lot of interesting information about the clue hunt that 39 clues fans will want to know.
Regarding Evidence That The Voynich Manuscript Was Written by Cathars in the Amazon Rainforest:
Scholars think that the Voynich was written somewhere in Europe but it is unknown by whom. The text of the Voynich is of no help in determining authorship since it has never been decoded, and some of the world's best cryptographers have tried. But as the old saying goes, "One picture is worth a thousand words," and the Voynich manuscript is packed full of pictures.
The Secret To True Success:
We have gifts, strengths, yearnings and longings unfulfilled. We are also adept at distracting ourselves from what we know that we have to do if life as we know it is going to change. Are you waiting for the perfect time to claim what is missing?
Night Machines by Kia Heavey:
"To sleep perchance to dream..." takes on new meaning in this engaging multi-genre novel that captures you and doesn't let you go. And, "Be careful what you wish for" is a mantra to keep in mind.
Book Review: Notorious Ninetten:
Stephanie Plum has been working as a bounty hunter for her cousin Vinnie. She blackmailed him into giving her a job because she was desperate. Unfortunately, Stephanie isn't very good at chasing and capturing the individuals who missed their Court date and she only gets paid a commission based on their bail amount once she has obtained a receipt from the police.