This part deals with some of his favourite books, authors and a little on how well ‘Asura’ is doing nowadays.
book on mythology. Amish’s Shiva Trilogy had not happened and Chetan Bhagat’s books were the rage of the youth (they still are).
laugh anytime and every time, Agatha Christie for never allowing me to second guess, Ken Follett for keeping me riveted, Crichton for his research and imagination, Rushdie for his language, O Henry for his twists and Dostoevsky for his deep psychoanalysis of characters, and Khaled Hosseini for the sheer humanity of his stories.
Also, writers in Malayalam such as
M T for his thoughts and lyrical beauty, Basheer for his lucidity and SK Pottekkatt, for evoking nostalgia and making me feel fiction is more real than life.
waiting to be read. I may read it once I re-read the ‘Last Man in Tower’ of Adiga’s.