22 Books read in 2018

  1. 12 years a slave by Solomon Northup
  2. How to win friends and influence people- Dale Carnegie
  3. A short walk in the hindukush- Eric newby
  4. Norwegian wood- haruki murakami
  5. Chronicles- Bob Dylan
  6. Salvation of a saint- Keigo Higashino
  7. China road- Rob gifford
  8. Travels in alaska- John Muir
  9. The new life- Orhan pamuk
  10. Sri lanka- lonely planet
  11. A walk in the woods- bill bryson
  12. Another 100 lyrics- Gulzar
  13. A long way down – nick hornby
  14. Purple Hibiscus- Chimanda Ngozi Adichie
  15. Maximum city- Suketu Mehta
  16. Land of seven rivers by Sanjeev Sanyal
  17. Exit West by Mohsin Hamid
  18. Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  19. When breath becomes air by Paul Kalanithi
  20. Lajja by Taslima Nasreen
  21. The road less traveled by M Scotte Pecker
  22. Life without limits- Nick Vujicic

Published by ekraastahaijindagi

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

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