Tuesday and a book

Started to read Mitch Albom’s Tuesdays with Morrie this tuesday. I did get a chance to read this book when it released in ’97. A friend passed me this book in when the book actually released in India and I took too much time sitting on the book and finally had to give it back without reading it.

Last year, after watching interviews of Mitch Albom on the cable, I was impressed by the book and did a exhaustible search for the book at the library. Either it was on hold by some damned book lover or it was rented out. Last week at the library, I digged it out from book shelf and picked it without much hesitation. Now after the first few chapters, I have to admit that I feel to have missed reading it then. Even knowledge acquisition has a destiny tied to it.

6 thoughts on “Tuesday and a book

  1. lazy, havent read ‘tuesdays with morrie’ but recently read Mitch Albom’s latest book ‘the five people you meet in heaven’. It was a short but feel-good read. My short review of the book can be read here

  2. 1. ‘A friend passed me this book in’ duh????
    2. You watch an interview of the author and the book impresses you (without reading it) ?
    3. I thought it was exhaustive and not exhaustible
    4. digged or dug ?
    5. from the bookshelf or from bookshelf ?
    6. ‘I have to admit that I feel to have missed reading’ duh????

    I’ll forget my English if I continue….Somebody’s got to bell the cat.

  3. Appreciate the comment NetriKaNN.

    1. ‘A friend passed me this book in’ duh????
    Can you tell me what was the mistake here.

    2. You watch an interview of the author and the book impresses you (without reading it) ?
    This ain’t a gramattical mistake. Thats my opinion and if you are not OK with it, no problem. Thats your opinion and this is what blogging is about, dude !!

    3. I thought it was exhaustive and not exhaustible
    Here

    4. digged or dug ?
    Thats a poor gramattical mistake by me. Would Change it.

    5. from the bookshelf or from bookshelf ?
    hmm…yeah could be considered as one but not really.

    6. ‘I have to admit that I feel to have missed reading’ duh????
    Perfectly right. No mistakes aboard.

    I’ll forget my English if I continue….Somebody’s got to bell the cat.
    What shall we do here πŸ˜‰

    BTW, NetriKaNN to humbly answer you, I am not a self-proclaimed grammar geek.

  4. lazy, no grammar geek here either but any argument on the english language usually gets me fired up πŸ™‚

    3. netrikann is right on this one. ‘Exhaustible’ does exist as a word but i’m guessing that the word u meant to use in the context of the search was ‘exhaustive’.
    exhaustible – capable of being used up or exhausted
    exhaustive – complete or thorough

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