“Aur Bharat ka score hai paanch wicket pe aiksau teis runs. Sabhi ki nigahein tiki hain…”
Sorry, though the name suggest, this has nothing to do with cricket (and no, I haven’t added hundred runs to any of India’s recent scores). This is a a book tag.
- Name the person (of course with the link) who tagged you.
- Describe what you are asked to do, in this case publish 5th paragraph of page 123 of the book you are currently reading. (if the page does not have 5th paragraph, take the last paragraph. And if the book doesn’t have page no. 123, take the last page.)
- Tag five people.
Pretty simple huh? Trust me to make a chore out of it…
Now, here’s a secret… I like reading books. Normally, there are about 2-3 books (apart from study books) which I am reading (and re-reading) parallely. Well, from all this, you must assume that I had the tag done in no time, and am on my second cup of coffee by now.
Let me tell you, it is hard. I mean, if I typed,
“Did you have any talk with her about what happened after that?”
and told you I am done, you will hit me. And anything which starts with public class… will at most be of academic interest to some (“academic” interest, get it?). So, I think I should get a more interesting paragraph… And The Winner is:
Harry and Ron scowled at each other. Snape wouldn’t have said “settle down” if they’d walked in late, he’d given them detentions. But Malfoy had always been able to get away with anything in Snape’s classes; Snape was head of Slytherin House, and generally favoured his own students above all others.
This is my first reading of “Prisoner of Azkaban” US edition (and about 100th of the book). The losing paragraph was from “Half-Blood Prince“:
“Come on!” said Ron.
So, now that I have done (more than) enough work to justify two tags, let me see who is remaining to do this tag…
I guess Silverine hasn’t done it, Nikichan and Keshi should do it. Neihal gets her first tag from me… Have I missed anyone?
Quote of The Day:
Woe be to him that reads but one book.
– George Herbert (1593 – 1633)