I love to read…

When you have book as your friend, you don’t need anyone. This is rightly said. I get excited at the sight of a book store, library or road side book seller and I can wander there endlessly. Books, their smell are my last refuge… šŸ™‚ The way I’m reading since childhood, I thought to make a list of all the books I’ve read so far or currently reading.

Starting from year 2015, change in text color means, change in year šŸ™‚

  1. Srikanta (Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay)
  2. Sea-biscuit (Laura Hillenbrand)
  3. Dust on the mountain (Ruskin Bond)
  4. Face in the Dark and other haunting stories(Ruskin Bond)
  5. Man who would be king and other stories (Rudyard Kipling)
  6. Kim (Rudyard Kipling)
  7. The immortals of Meluha (Amish)
  8. Pines (Blake crouch)
  9. Wayward (Blake crouch)
  10. Last Town (Blake crouch)
  11. Grain of Sand (Rabindranath Tagore)
  12. The poison tree (Bankim Chand Chatterji)
  13. Tell a thousand lies (Rasana Attreya)
  14. A walk in the woods (Bill bryson)
  15. Thriller- Ruthless (S.C.King)
  16. Stories from Tagore (Rabindranath Tagore)
  17. Secret of Nagas (Amish)
  18. The oath of Vayuputras (Amish)
  19. Wild (Cheryl Strayed)
  20. Man who killed Gandhi (Manhohar Malgonkar)
  21. The stranger beside me (Ann Rule) … currently reading
  22. Travels in Alaska (John Muir) .. Currently reading
  23. Alone – The classic polar adventure (Richard E. Byrd)
  24. Karma Yoga (Swami Vivekananda) .. Currently reading
  25. The Curious incident of the Dog in the night-time (Mark Haddon)Ā 

Classic book section (I wish to see this list longer..working on it)

  1. 1984 (George Orwell)
  2. Lord of the flies (William Golding)
  3. Animal Farm (George Orwell)
  4. Lolita (Vladimir Nabokov)
  5. Grapes of Wrath (John Steinbeck)
  6. Withering Heights (Emily Bronte)
  7. Jane Eyre (Charlotte Bronte)
  8. A tale of two cities (Charles Dickens)
  9. 3 Musketeers (Alexander Dumas)
  10. Vanity Fair (William Make-peace Thackeray)
  11. Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen)
  12. Women of no importance (Oscar Wilde)
  13. Little Women (Louisa may Alcott)
  14. History of Tom Jones, a foundling (Henry Fielding)
  15. Endurance:Shackleton’s Incredible Voyage (Alfred Lansing)
  16. The old man and the sea (Ernest Hemingway)
  17. Moby Dick: Or, the white whale (Herman Melville).. currently reading
  18. Don Quixote (Miguel de Cervantes) … currently reading



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