Am back in Amersham after a three week trip to India. The vacation (a misnomer) in India was wonderful. So wonderful it was that at one point my body gave up digesting in disgust. A few books I read during the vacation:-
- Temptations of the West by Pankaj Mishra – Very engaging autobiographical sort of book.
- Tom Sawyer and The Innocents Abroad by Twain
- Education of a Wandering Man by Louis L’Amour – Thanks to a note sometime back on Sunil’s blog that introduced me to this book.
- The Enigma of Arrival by Naipaul (currently reading)
I’ll post a longer list of books I have bought to read later. I took some notes during the vacation to see if I could write a few longer posts or possibly essays. Having read Twain’s Innocents Abroad book, I shall no doubt be imitating him in the forthcoming essays. Lame and vain, I shall be.