Today, I felt like sharing all the books I have read till now. Why? Many of you ask me about that moreover, almost all of you assume that I might have read all the must-reads till now which is far away from the reality. So, I thought of clearing the confusion. Also, I am looking for book suggestions from all of you.
If you’re looking for a guinea pig who would read all the books you plan to read just to see if they’re worth your time or not, please feel free to conduct the experiments on me. 😛
Also, because of lack of time (I am getting old), I have decided to stop reading books just like that. I need to be choosy and I would love it if you guys help me to choose and for that you must know about the books I have read.
Books I have Read in 2015
1. The Choice by Nicholas Sparks: A proof that I actually mean what I am saying. Instead of picking up new books for reviews, I am reading the ones which have been suggested to me by my friends.
2. The comfort of black by Carter Wilson (Ebook): The first ebook that I enjoyed reading.
3. The Recession Groom by Vani: LOL Best part about reading this book is what happened after I published the review. The author got so mad at me for saying what I felt that she decided to never complete the deal of publishing a review and an interview. 😛
4. Rise of Grey Prince by Arka Chakrabarty: Well, the author seemed to be like me who didn’t want to spend much efforts or money to make it a good experience for the reader.
5. Shattered Dreams by Shubha Vilas: The book is basically the Ramayana told in a modern way while explaining deep seated meaning of everything that happened then.
6. Wasted in Engineering by Prabhu S.: You must recommend this book to your young cousins if you want to save them from engineering.]
7. Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James: I loved the book and I am dying to read the next two parts.
9. Fade into Red by Reshma K.: After reading this book, my desire to travel increased manifolds. You get a virtual tour to Italy in this book.
Books I have Read – 2013
The two books below were recommended to me by a friend and I so loved both of them.
26. The Monk Who sold his Ferrari by Robin Sharma
29. The Greatness Guide by Robin Sharma
30. The Eleven Minutes by Paulo Coelho
33. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
Books I have read before 2014
Yes, once upon a time, I was a big fan of Durjoy Dutta and Chetan Bhagat. 😀
35. If Its Not forever by Durjoy Datta
36. Now That You Are Rich by Durjoy Datta
37. You Were My Crush by Durjoy Datta
38. Of course I Love You… Till I Find Someone Better by Durjoy Dutta
39. Revolution 2020 by Chetan Bhagat
40. Two States by Chetan Bhagat
41. The Three Mistakes of my life by Chetan Bhagat
42. Five Point Someone by Chetan Bhagat
Next four books happen to be few of the best books I have read till now.
43. The Eleventh Hour by Catherine coulter
44. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseni
45. Here Lies Arthur by Philip Reeve
46. Conversation with God for teens by Neale Donald
47. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
48. The Case of The Caretaker’s Cat – A Perry Mason Mystery by Erle Stanley Gardner
49. Playing For Pizza by John Grisham
50. Can Love Happen Twice by Ravinder Singh
51. You Can Win by Shiv Khera
52. David Copperfield by Charles Dickens
53. The Tempest by William Shakespeare
54. Hamlet by William Shakespeare
55. Around The World In 80 Days by Jules Verne
56. The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
57. Pink Pages by Sarah Delmege
58. The Giggler Treatment by Roddy Doyle
Once upon a time I was a big fan of Enid Blyton… I still recommend this for kids.
59. The Famous Five – Five On a Treasure Island by Enid Blyton
60. The Famous Five – Five On Kirrin Island Again by Enid Blyton
61. The Famous Five – Five On A Secret Trail by Enid Blyton
62. The Famous Five – Five Run Away Together by Enid Blyton
63. The Famous Five – Five Go to Smuggler’s Top by Enid Blyton
64. The Famous Five – Five Go To Mystery Moor by Enid Blyton
65. The Famous Five – Five Go Adventuring Again by Enid Blyton
66. The Famous Five – Five On A Hike Together by Enid Blyton
67. The Famous Five – Five Get Into Trouble by Enid Blyton
68. The Famous Five – Five Go Off To A Camp by Enid Blyton
69. The Mystery Of the Spiteful Letters by Enid Blyton
70. First Term At Malory Towers by Enid Blyton
71. Upper Fourth At Malory Towers by Enid Blyton
72. Watchers by Peter Lerangis
73. Detective Stories 4 by Sir Arthur Canon
74. The Book of Time 1 by Guillame Prevost
75. The Tale Of Ragged Mountains by Edgar Allan Poe
76. The Birthmark by Nathaneil Hawthorne
78. Saucy Jane Family by Enid Blyton
79. Spooks and Scares by Mary Hooper
80. Amelia Jane Again by Enid Blyton
81. Sikhishm by R.K.Arora
82… not a bad score. Right? I just wish next time I update this list, the score goes to something like 582 or 682. hehehe… have you read any of the books I mentioned? If yes, which ones? Also, don’t forget to suggest me some new books to read. (They can old but should be the ones I haven’t read yet).