Sunday, July 19, 2009

Can I?

It actually hurts to read any further. I know why am getting so involved with the book now, and that is scary...

I want it to end differently, for it to be a little less painful. But I only see it getting darker ahead...

Can I stop reading it now? Will that stop things, that are already set in motion?

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  1. The genre might be different, but this post reminds me of what I thought while reading The Anastasia Syndrome- a thriller-suspense, that was killing! The words force you to form an imagery of the unfolding of events!

    I know I sound like a wuss but I could not read beyond the 10th page :P and I didn't want to know what happened next either.I shut the book and kept it back (deep in my cupboard)..even thinking about it gives me the chills!

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  2. stop reading it....
    atleast for a month...

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  3. @aparna, bhavin: i cant stop reading it too...it feels like my own life story :)
    hahahahaha...

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  4. hmmm... we should discuss...

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  5. hahahaha...sure bhavin :)
    better than discussing it on the blog :)

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  6. ..your blog has grown and mine has died (almost)!

    btw, i'm reading pamuk's my name is red. recommend highly. (is a murder mystery set in the 1590's and a beautiful account of islamic art). and is snow that sad?

    i can hardly like books that don't connect, but then it's scary when you read yourself into the story. all the bloody emotional atyachar, i tell you!

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  7. 'my name is red' was the first pamuk that i read, snow was next.

    both the books are awesome, snow being the scarier of the two :)

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  8. no dont worry :)

    it cant mean the same thing for both of us...so go ahead and just enjoy it :)

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