Would like to read anything from Fiction to Philosophy
Off late been spending more time on Reading The Economist
Interests include playing Rugby
- Bangalore, KA, India
- member since September 13, 2007
Gerald Prabhu’s last login was Wednesday, December 5, 2012.
Hello, hello... Thanks for adding me as a friend. Well, I like to read a lot, so this is the reason why my shelf is so huge. :)
I'm psychology student in Croatia, but most of my free time is used for reading. I see you like to read crime books, I
suggest you to read some books from Patricia Cornwell, about Kay Scarpetta cases. :)
Thanks for adding me. Well, I read almost everything that catches my attention - mostly fiction, but I've enjoyed some good history and philosophy books. As for my city, I love spending time in town and discovering it, but for now I am pretty busy with my school tests.
What did you think of Joanne Harris? I thought her other book, "Five Quarters of the Orange" was too intense for me. I could barely finish that book, and I think that it is hard for books to impact me like that. She really is a great author to evoke such emotions, yeah?
Dear Mr. Prabhu I am impressed with your reading interests ranging from fiction to philosophy. More so your recent interest in the Economist. Being a practicing economist in government, your interest in The Economist is second reason why I am impressed. I would like to introduce you to a larger audience of people who are regular into the kind of issues that you find in the Economist. They bring out an electronic News Letter every day, thru voluntary work. It is a group venture started along with some of my colleagues in New Delhi. Will let you know more about it later.
I recently came from New Delhi to Bangalore and would be here for a while to complete a project for state government. I would invite you to my office or home at a mutually convenient time. I would also like to show my collection particularly on philosophy and management. We can exchange books of common interest and think of hosting a local book readers club.