Love Among The Bookshelves

Love Among The Bookshelves (English, Hardcover, Bond Ruskin)

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Love Among The Bookshelves  (English, Hardcover, Bond Ruskin)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Publisher: Penguin Random House India Pvt. Ltd
    • Genre: Fiction
    • ISBN: 9780670087341, 0670087343
    • Pages: 200
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    A collection of Ruskin Bond's favourite stories, Love Among The Bookshelves is an anthology of short stories.

    Summary of the Book

    Ruskin Bond's stories have amazed and inspired. But what are the stories which amazed and inspired him? In this anthology, he presents the stories he grew up on, and the inspiration that he drew from them. In stories by authors such as P. G. Wodehouse, whose Love Among The Chickens is the inspiration for this book's title, H. E. Bates, W. Somerset Maugham, Charles Dickens and Richard Jeffries, learn how young Ruskin Bond became the writer we all know and love. Including immortal stories such as selections from the Pickwick Papers, From Cakes And Ale, Schooldays, Rule Days, and From The Story of My Heart, this collection takes readers back to a time where stories where the sole escape a little boy could afford. In doing so perhaps, we can understand where the muse hides, and where to find her. Ruskin Bond speaks out in this part-memoir, part anthology, and tells readers that his tryst with reading didn't begin in a library or a bookshop or even an old aunt's collection of romance novels. He tells them that it began with a week he spent at a forest rest house in the Rajaji sanctuary, and there he discovered something which set the course for the rest of his life: a wall cupboard with a couple of shelves full of books. In these anecdotes, he draws readers into his past and reveals a process hidden in plain sight, yet one every non-writer wishes to understand. How does a person become a writer? The answer Bond gives is simple. By reading, of course.

    About Ruskin Bond

    Ruskin Bond is a British-Indian writer. He is known best for his children's stories. Some of his works are: The Room on the Roof, A Flight of Pigeons, The Sensualist, The Blue Umbrella, Angry River, The Parrot Who Wouldn't Talk and The Blue Umbrella.

    He was awarded the Padma Bhushan for his contributions towards Indian literature and the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1992 for Our Trees Still Grow in Dehra. He now lives in in Landour, near Mussoorie with his adopted family.

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    • Penguin Viking
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    • 204 mm
    Length
    • 132 mm
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    Discover the Ruskin Bond’s World of Books

    Discover the Ruskin Bond’s World of Books (Book Review: Love among the Bookshelves by Ruskin Bond)


    “If you don’t like to read, you haven’t found the right book” – J.K. Rowling

    For every bibliophile, there is a moment in life when they discover a book or a series of books that unlocks the magical world of stories for them that traverse reality and initiate them into the world of reading. For Ruskin Bond, ‘It wasn’t a bookshop, or a library, or a great-aunt’s hoard of romantic novels that ma...
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    Isha Aggarwal

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    Nov, 2015

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    A collectible book from the beloved Bond

    A collection of chosen extracts interspersed with commentaries on the authors by Ruskin Bond is what this book offers. The book is replete with Ruskin Bond's rendezvous with his favourite authors, their style of writing, their great works and sometimes some lesser known facts about them. It's a rare collectible book for all Bond lovers for it provides an insight into his minds and feelings about the authors he grew up with.
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    masoom ali

    Certified Buyer, Mumbai

    Jun, 2014

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    Love among the Bookshelves

    I love the cover. Mr. Bond wants us to know him and this book gives us a good idea about the books he loves and the writers he cherishes. There are excerpts..and the long list at the end of the book is a valuable one. It has the names of all the writers and books he has loved. Part memoir, part anthology. I loved the book. If you are a bibliophile, you would love this book too.
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    Priyanka G

    May, 2014

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    Love and Books and Bond!

    Frankly i loved all that is written by Bond's own more-than-capable, magical hands...every bit of it..but i do not like reading bits and pieces out of whole books. But it's nice to know what the writer loved reading. Go for it by all means.
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    A Kaul

    Certified Buyer, Bareilly

    Jun, 2015

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    Not really a Ruskin Bond book

    If u are looking for a book full of stories of Ruskin bond then this book is not right for you
    This book has 6-7selected favourite stories of Mr bond and a paragraph by him before every story describing about how he got to read about his story
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    Saksham Bhutani

    Certified Buyer, Faridabad

    Nov, 2014

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    Worth a read!!!

    Its worth reading.
    It take the reader in different world for a while.
    Refreshing and touching. Go for it !!!!
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    Vinay K

    Certified Buyer, Jalgaon

    Nov, 2014

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    Named after P G Wodehouse book

    Very famous book of Wodehouse was Love among Chickens and funny story he narrates. Here our good old Indian writer Ruskin Bond tried his level best to go in the same direction, but the subject matter is books and the Authors.

    A very interesting book to read but read it when you have nothing else to do and miles away from any internet, radio, cinema or any other scrap to read.
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    SIVARAMAPRASAD KAPPAGANTU

    Certified Buyer, Mumbai

    Oct, 2014

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    Book Love at its best

    I heard about this book a while back when my friend wrote a review of it on her blog, Anu Reviews.

    I am always game for a Ruskin Bond books, and when he writes about books, it is like a double treat. Hence I ordered it stat from flipkart. They have a speedy delivery system and the book reached me before the week was over.

    I slit the parcel at 1.30 noon, and started reading the book. It was such a captivating book, that I could not put it down. I was done with reading it before the afterno...
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    Ava Suri

    Certified Buyer, Zirakpur

    Jul, 2014

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    Love Among the Bookshelves

    The basic plot of the story is based on how the author became a writer. Bond's anthology; a collection of stories how grew up through the books he had read in childhoods to teen days. Memoirs of his life through the books which he loved gives quick look of forgotten traditional.

    Summary of the book:
    - Bond's journey towards reading started when he was eight-year old boy and showed his dislike being a shikari.
    - H.E. Bates: Great Uncle Crow, the phonetic sounded words. Lukey (lucky), git (...
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    Ar Vellachi

    Jul, 2014

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    not as involving as ruskin's own books..

    It always amazes me that Ruskin Bond writes so wonderfully ..but he himself reads.. not such great books..i did not find his this book as beautiful as others ..but if you are Ruskin Bond fan you don't like to miss his any of the creations..

    Quality is super.. delivey BEFORE time..
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    Rishi Mathur

    Certified Buyer, Noida

    Jul, 2014

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