My Reading List – 2017

This year of 2017 hasn’t been too much productive in terms of the time I spend on reading new books (the word ‘new’ is important here) or in the number of books I completed. I am writing this down in the month of August yet I am not so hopeful about the books I would be able to complete before 2017 draws its curtains down.

The books I read this year are as follows:

  1. Chronicle of a death foretold, Gabriel Marquez Garcia
  2. Ways of Seeing, John Berger
  3. The reluctant fundamentalist, Mohsin Hamid
  4. The association of small bombs, Karan Mahajan
  5. Summer Requiem, Vikram Seth
  6. The Heaven Lake, Vikram Seth
  7. This Divided Island, Samanth Subramanian
  8. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? , Edward Albee
  9. Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte
  10. Before Memory Fades: A Biography, Fali S Nariman
  11. Love in the time of Cholera, Gabriel Marquez Garcia
  12. Collected poems, Jeet Thayil
  13. A corner of a foreign field: The Indian history of British Sport, Ramachandra Guha
  14. The Professional: Defining the New Standard of Excellence at work, Subroto Bagchi
  15. Of Love and Other Demons, Gabriel Marquez Garcia
  16. A horse walks into a bar, David Grossman
  17. Orlando, Virginia Woolf
  18. The Subjection of Women, John Stuart Mill
  19. From the ruins of an empire: The revolt against the West and remaking of Aasia, Pankaj Mishra.


P.S: This page would be further more updated until the end of December.