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Novels/Books I've read

  • Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret by Judy Blume
  • 2 states (The story of my marriage) by Chetan Bhagat (most of it)
  • Encyclopedia Of Chess Openings(somewhat)
  • Let's Play Chess by Bruce Pandolfini
  • The Inscrutable Americans by Anurag Mathur(not completed)
  • The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
  • A Stranger in the Mirror by Sidney Sheldon
  • The Luminous Life of Marilyn Monroe
  • Adventures in prayer by Catherine Marshall
  • Love Story by Erich Segal(not completed)
  • Five Point Someone by Chetan Bhagat
  • Nirmala by PremChand

Oct 8, 2007

A Stranger in the Mirror




I had the opportunity of reading this novel... so I want to share my thoughts with you...




A Stranger in the Mirror (348 pages)
-Sidney Sheldon


Suspense, Intrigue and Passion from the World’s famous Storyteller


If you would seek to find yourself
Look not in a mirror
For there is but a shadow there,
A stranger…




Utterly compelling tale of steamy entertainment industry emotions, ambitions and machinations.


The story is about a journey of a thin, spindly-legged child, with a wistful face and the bright, gentian-blue eyes, Tobias Temple, to become the biggest star in the business, the world’s funniest man from a mere hundred dollar kid. He gets any women he wants. But underneath the callous super-stud image is a lonely man, desperate for attention, greedy for love.

Came a story of a little girl named Josephine Czinski, beautiful, sensuous who finds an escape from her religious home to become a part of the world filled with magic and beauty. But people there used her, hurt her, degraded her. She has a dark and mysterious past and an ambition even greater than Toby’s. She had wanted vengeance.

Together they rule the glittering kingdom of Hollywood until lust, jealousy and revenge turn triumph to tragedy in a nightmare scenario that rolls relentlessly on to a stunning, sensational climax…


'Fast moving… engrossing… Sidney Sheldon is a master at giving the public what it wants’.




Readers are free to share their experiences regarding the novel and other novels of the same author.

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