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Book Of Humour

Book Of Humour A delectable offering from a writer who not only knows how to make us laugh but also knows how to laugh at himself Playful tigers ghosts elephants crows and old favourites like Uncle Ken Miss Bun

  • Title: Book Of Humour
  • Author: Ruskin Bond
  • ISBN: 9780143063438
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A delectable offering from a writer who not only knows how to make us laugh but also knows how to laugh at himself Playful tigers, ghosts , elephants, crows and old favourites like Uncle Ken, Miss Bun, the author s slightly eccentric grandfather and Bond himself weave in and out of the pages of this wildly eclectic, thoroughly delightful and absolutely irresistible antholA delectable offering from a writer who not only knows how to make us laugh but also knows how to laugh at himself Playful tigers, ghosts , elephants, crows and old favourites like Uncle Ken, Miss Bun, the author s slightly eccentric grandfather and Bond himself weave in and out of the pages of this wildly eclectic, thoroughly delightful and absolutely irresistible anthology featuring previously unpublished pieces like Respect Your Breakfast and Uncle Ken Goes to Sea as well as beloved classics from Bond s books Marked by the signature charm and subtle wit of one of India s best loved writers, Ruskin Bond s Book of Humour, will make even the hardened among us crack a smile.

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    1. Ruskin Bond is someone who has taught me to notice and appreciate the little joys of life. This book is all about that. I have read some of these anecdotes in his previous works, but rereading them only increased the volume and joy in my laughter. That's the beauty of his writing. We become friends in no time. His prose flows like poetry. Such is his eye for the geraniums, the newspaper guy, the cherry tree, the old lady who climbs the tree, the clock tower, the cassowary bird, the uncles, the a [...]

    2. As is my habit, to read a book before going to sleep, I opened the book and started reading it. The plan was to read a few pages and then go to sleep. Half an hour and 25 pages later I was all smile and wide awake. It took me another half an hour and great effort to finally put down the book and go to sleep.It has been a long time since I read any of the Bond's book. With age the preference shifted towards more matured fiction (if there is anything like that). And when I opened the book last nig [...]

    3. Ruskin Bond's writing always has a charm and humor. He is a natural storyteller, and his simple yet elegant language and vivid descriptions are heart-warming. But this collection of humor stories, narrated in his inimitable style, is absolutely delightful. One can't help but love the adventures (and misadventures) of young Rusty, and feel just a little twinge of sympathy for his loneliness. When I finished it, I felt that I must have a copy in my collection.

    4. the author narrated book in very interesting manner. these type of books are really important in this stressful world. the author made us laugh. He wrote in realistic manner. i recommend this book for those who need to burst sress.

    5. I have to accept that I was drawn towards Ruskin Bond's work almost 12 years back during my college days. Only recently did I go and buy this book from Ruskin Bond with lots of enthusiasm and a hope that it will make me smile/laugh reading the same. Though the book is titled book of humour, according to me, it doesn't stand up to it. I wont say it is badly written, but the stories have some how lost their homour flavour compared to Ruskin's previous works.

    6. This is the first time i read the real Bond's book, The book tells very simple stories but they all have a feel good factor associated.The stories are of the times when people were so warm and such stories were only possibpe in those times as now it's difficult to even speak to your neighbors.Mussoorie being one of my fav. towns loved reading storiea close to that area.Its not something that'll make you go lol but it'll sure bring a broad smile on your face.

    7. The title Book Of Humour is actually a misnomer; you always find humour in Bond's writing. This book will transport you into the life of Ruskin Bond - his love for the mountains and life there. Read it to be amazed by the master storyteller. I wish I could write like him.

    8. His writing has always inspired me to write, Book of Humour is no exception. The stories are innocent and have a dash of humour, which is subtle and tickles your senses.

    9. Humour at its bestBond in his inimitable style gives the readers some rib-ticking stuffme stories in this collection could give you moments funnier than in comedy movies

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