100 books

Just revisited my list of books read from 2015 , still 5 months to go but happy to reach 100 books since 2015. There might be few repetitions but definitely a list you must have a look at.

So here it goes:

  1. Short Stories by Leo Tolstoy
  2. Call of the wild by Jack London
  3. White Fang by Jack London
  4. Bhagvad Geeta
  5. For whom the bells toll- Ernest Hemingway
  6. Waiting for the Barbarians- J. M Coetzee
  7. Many Life many masters- Dr Brian Weiss
  8. The Outsider- Albert Camus
  9. On the Road- Jack Kerouac
  10. Animal Farm- George Orwell
  11. Freedom in Exile- Dalai Lama
  12. Divine Glimpses of the Holy book- Dr Davinderpal Singh
  13. Where Men win Glory- Jon Krakauer
  14. I am Malala- Malala Yousufzai
  15. The immortals of Meluha- Amish
  16. Midnight’s Children- Salman Rushdie
  17. The secret of the Nagas- Amish
  18. Walking- Henry David thoreau
  19. On the move- Oliver Sacks
  20. Anna Karenina Leo Tolstoy
  21. The Godfather- Mario Puzo
  22. Open- Andre Aggasi
  23. Nine Lives- William Darymple
  24. An Autobiography- Benjamin Franklin
  25. The brothers Karamozov- Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  26. No Shotcuts to the top- Ed Viesturs
  27. Jonathon Livingston Seagull- Richard Bach
  28. India and the contemporary world- Social science text book NCERT
  29. Such a long Journey- Rohinton Mistry
  30. Eiger Dreams- Jon Krakauer
  31. Room-Emma Donoghue
  32. The Sense of an ending- Julian Barnes
  33. Eat,Pray Love- Elizabeth Gilbert
  34. Disgrace-J M Coetzee
  35. The Climb- Anatoli Boukreev
  36. Dharma Bums by Jack Kerouac :
  37. The Road by Jack London:
  38. The Great Railway Bazaar by Paul Theroux :
  39. Buddha in blue jeans by Tai Sherdian:
  40. The Complete Maus by Art Spiegelman:
  41. The importance of being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
  42. Norwegian Wood byMurakami :
  43. Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carrol
  44. Selected Short Stories by Jack London
  45. Narcissus and Golmumd by Hermann Hesse
  46. Don’t ask any old bloke for directions by P G Tenzing
  47. The Snow Leopard by Pat Heinessen
  48. Three Cups of tea by Grey Mortenson
  49. Civil Disobedience by Henry David Thoreau
  50. The Finkler Question by Howard Jacobsen
  51. Divasvapna by Gijubhai Badhek
  52. The picture of Dorian Grey by Oscar Wilde
  53. Annapurna South Face by Chris Bonington
  54. The Seeker by Karan Bajaj
  55. A short walk in the Hindukush by Eric Newby
  56. Conquering Everest-The lives of Edmund and Tenzing Norgay
  57. You got nothing coming: Notes from a prison fish by Jimmy Lerne
  58. The perks of being a wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
  59. All quiet on the Western front by Erich Maria Lemarque
  60. The Extra Mile by Pam Reed
  61. The timekeeper by Mitch Albom
  62. A Wild sheep chase by Murakami
  63. The Wanderer by Knut Hamsun
  64. Rain in the mountains by Ruskin Bond
  65. The power of now by Eckhart Tole
  66. The light of the world by Elizabeth Alexander
  67. Travels in Alaska by John Muir
  68. Man’s Search for meaning: Victor E Frankl
  69. What i talk about when i talk about running – Haruki Murakam
  70. Cold Mountain by Charles Frazie
  71. How to attain eternal Happiness: Hanuman prasad Poddar
  72. Anywhere but home- Anu Vaidyanathan
  73. Becoming a mountain: Stephen Alter
  74. The illicit happiness of other people: Manu Joseph
  75. The Journey: Brandon Bays
  76. Lolita: Vladimir Nabokov
  77. Good life,good death-Gehlek Rimpoche
  78. Above the clouds: Anatoli Boukreev
  79. Autobiography of a Yogi- Paramhansa Yogdananda
  80. Tinkers-Paul Harding
  81. The Murder Book- Jonathan Kellerman
  82. Born again on a mountain- Arunima Sinha
  83. Focusing- Eugin T Geldin
  84. The devotion of suspect X- Keigo Higashino
  85. Notes from a small island- Bill Bryson
  86. My Promised Land: The Triumph and Tragedy of Israel-  Ari Shavit
  87. 12 years a slave by Solomon Northup
  88. How to win friends and influence people- Dale Carnegie
  89. A short walk in the hindukush- Eric newby
  90. Norwegian wood- haruki murakami
  91. Chronicles- Bob Dylan
  92. Salvation of a saint- Keigo Higashino
  93. China road- Rob gifford
  94. Travels in alaska- John Muir
  95. The new life- Orhan pamuk
  96. Sri lanka- lonely planet
  97. A walk in the woods- bill bryson
  98. Another 100 lyrics- Gulzar
  99. A long way down – nick hornby
  100. Purple Hibiscus- Chimanda Ngozi Adichie
  101. Maximum city- Suketu Mehta


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Arsenalist,reader,runner,oldmonker,footballer,photographer,trekker,traveler,socialworker,writer,biker,IITian,MBA,Travel blogger, book reviewer. For the last 11 years I have been traveling with the notion , one idea to be with the nature and explore places. In between all this i also carry a full time job in the Social sector. This has been the greatest experiment of my life, to quit all and travel and to give back to the society

6 thoughts on “100 books

  1. Great list! I’ve read a few on here including Purple Hibiscus, Disgrace and Eat, Pray, Love. I also ADORE the fact you’re reading Dorian Gray, Animal Farm and Lolita, these are some of my most favourite books!

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