Let’s play with words!

  • Ignite
    Ignite is one of my beloved words. The first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this word is a book that I read recently - Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. The book is a dystopian novel that depicts the future of American society, where books are considered to be illegal (because books provoke thoughts and thinking makes you sad) and ‘firemen’ are supposed to burn all the books that are found (ironic right?). 451 degree Fahrenheit or 232.778 degree Celsius was supposed to be the temperature at which paper burns (not quite true but since this novel was published in 1953, we can give it the benefit of doubt). There could not be a more apt title for the book. In view of the current society, it nearly seems impossible to imagine if anything like that could happen. But you never know! It is a short novel with a great storyline and I would one hundred percent recommend this book to everyone.
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  • Oblivion
    This word sounds so aesthetic and has such beautiful and powerful meaning- ‘the state of being completely forgotten.’ You know when you are watching a series and there is this song clip in a scene that just strikes you so hard. I am a huge TVD (The Vampire Diaries) fan and that is how I came across this song Oblivion by Bastille. Some songs are not meant for your ears, they are meant for your heart and this is one of those songs. If you are a sucker for nice, meaningful music, you have to listen to it. Like stop reading my post and go listen to this song! (But do come back to read the complete blog.)
Because my friend is a Potterhead!
  • Mystery
    Mystery = Agatha Christie to me. I started my reading journey with Agatha Christie’s By the Pricking of My Thumbs. I have seen people not wanting to read because they did not begin with the right book. Her novels are the best for beginners. They are engaging and easy to read.
    This word also reminds me of something that is so close to my heart, the song called Mystery of Love by Sufjan Stevens from the movie Call Me By Your Name. Now, this song is love. Though I did not like the movie much, I used to listen to this song on loop. That sensation in your chest while listening to this song with max volume, as you lie in your bed at night and you have nothing to think about. It is to die for (I am not even exaggerating!) And whenever you come across a nice song, you know the drill right?
Something for my cat-lover friend!




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