15 July, 2016

Books that I read in July - WTFOW #DAY7

Wow! So, this is the last day in write tribe festival of words marathon. I can't believe that I could finish this one week marathon.

I joined the marathon in a dilemma if i should attempt this. While I am busy with my 2 kids I didn't get time to even schedule my posts. So, I wrote randomly at any time of the day whenever I got time and mostly in the nights after everyoneeveryone slept. A big thanks to the write tribe group which kept us motivating to write everyday. Also, all the best for bloggers who are continuing the marathon in blog chatter.

Now, coming to my reading list for this week.

The Devil’s prayer by Luke Gracias
This historical fiction is a wonderful read. It kept me glued to the book till the end. Like a Dan Brown's novel, this has a lot of facts and mysteries about ancient texts and religion. Read my review here.

Black water tales by Jean Nicole
I am reading a horror after a long time. It's wonderful and gave me creeps. Though I didn't like climax, it's entertaining throughout. Read my review here.

Jamba the joint family by Sriram Balasubramanian
This is a quick and light read about the joint family culture in Chennai, India. The narration is interesting with a pinch of humour. I could reminisce my hostel days in Chennai while reading this. Here is my review.
Until next time,


  1. Ramya you did great despite your tough schedule, so congrats on that! I haven't read a book in ages, never seem to find time somehow! Amazing you've read and reviewed these books amidst all the work! Wonderful! Tempted to read Jamba!

  2. A diverse list of books :)

  3. Haven't heard of any of these. At present I am reading Change Your Thoughts Change Your life by Dr Wayne Dyer

  4. I haven't read horror genre in a really long time. Adding it to my list :)

  5. Thanks for sharing this Ramya, haven't read any of these so far. Glad we survived this challenge 😉 it was a nice week.

  6. It would be interesting to read Jamba......will make note of it....


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