I’m back.

It’s been a long time.  I haven’t opened this blog in 10 months and 10 days and each day I spent away from it made it that much more difficult to start again. (If you do not have patience for drama, I suggest skipping to the part where the font changes.) The thing about competitive … More I’m back.

A New BLOG!!

Hello anybody and everybody! I’ve decided to dedicate Overrated Sensibilities exclusively to book reviews and other book related stuff. Therefore, all the other articles and pieces have been exported to my new blog at The girl in the swing. Please do check it out. Otherwise it’ll feel lonely 😦

The Case of the Stuttering Bishop by Erle Stanley Gardner

A new case walks into renowned criminal lawyer, Perry Mason’s office in the form of Bishop Mallory- who stutters. But, bishops don’t stutter. From there begins the chase into a case that takes on a new challenge with every turn it takes and puts Mason in the cross hairs where he’s putting his very career … More The Case of the Stuttering Bishop by Erle Stanley Gardner

Savithri’s Special Room And Other Stories

  I was traveling yesterday and my travel companion was this anthology by Manu Bhattathiri. It’s not a big book; I finished in the three hours that my flight lasted. But, it leaves you with a big feeling. Savithri’s Special Room opens with a random discussion about winters in the village of Karuthapuzha. Apparently, it … More Savithri’s Special Room And Other Stories

Book No. 14

14th book! 14th book! 14th book! This is a huge book! 700-odd pages of classical English… a part of me is ridiculously excited and another part is already tired. Well, it’s been a week since I picked it out and I’ve managed to read the preface. I should really get on with it. Wish me … More Book No. 14