My list of Unread Books-1

At some point in our lives, from readers, we become collectors. I am guilty of being a book hoarder and buying more books than I could read and adding it to the pile of unread books. I tell myself, that each book will be read in its own time- helps me sleep at night. But since, I am on a mission of reading 50 books this year, I am going to start with the ones that are waiting, and some have been waiting for a long time to be read. Here it goes.

  1. Everybody loves a good drought- P.Sainath (Buy it on Amazon.in.)
  2. Three daughters of Eve- Elif Shafak  (Buy it on Amazon.in)
  3. Lincoln in the Bardo- (The Man Booker Prize winner 2017)- George Saunders (Buy it on Amazon.in)
  4. Democrats and Dissenters- Ramchandra Guha (Buy it on Amazon.in)
  5. 4321- Paul Aster (Buy it on Amazon.in)
  6. Ariel- Sylvia Plath (Buy it on Amazon.in)
  7. Mrs.Dalloway- Virginia Woolf (Buy it on Amazon.in)
  8. Land of the dawn lit mountains-  Anotnia Bolingbroke-Kent (Buy it on Amazon.in)
  9. Alien Hearts- Guy de Maupassant (Buy it on Amazon.in)
  10. Henry and June- Anais Nin (Buy it on Amazon.in)
  11. Atlas Shrugged- Ayn Rand (Buy it on Amazon.in)

Needless to say, I have more on the list, some half-read books, but that’s a tale for another day. Someone once said, aim for smaller goals to reach a bigger one. So this is my beginning point. I am currently reading Homo Deus- A Brief History of Tomorrow by Yuval Noah Harari. Once I finish reading that, I start on with this list. I would be posting my reviews for these. What I felt about them, Do I recommend it or not, and so on and so forth. Do suggest any great books you think I should read, in the comment below and maybe you would find them on my next ‘Unread Books’ list.

Ciao.

 

 

2 thoughts on “My list of Unread Books-1

  1. I have heard that George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series is an engaging read filled with intricate plots and specific details that are completely missed out by the TV Series going by the name of ‘Game of Thrones’. Moreover, it is particularly intriguing for a person who is a fan of the TV show and happens to have the books at her disposal in her cupboard. Did I mention that I gifted them to you?

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