Monday, December 30, 2019

Books of the year- 2019

So far so good but I can do better. Traveling to Rajasthan, I assumed, I'd read more of academic books, I couldn' finish few books I started in the public library. There are so many books that I couldn't finish after starting.

  1.  Viriah by Krishna Gubili
  2. No Spin by Shane Warne 
  3. Small Acts of Freedom by Gurmehar Kaur
  4. Other Words for Home by Jasmine Warga
  5. Dreams from my father by Barack Obama 
  6. On Writing by Stephen King
  7. Becoming by Michelle Obama
  8.   Nanasense by  J P Das
  9.   The Wordless Conversation
  10.  Four miles to Freedom by Faith Johnson
  11. The God Father by Mario Puzo 
  12. Summerhill by A.S. Neil
  13. The Sense of an Ending by Julia Barnes
  14. The Beauty of All my Days by Ruskin Bond
  15. No Man is an Island by Ruskin Bond
  16. Landour Days by Ruskin Bond
  17. Akbar and Birbal by Amita Sarin
  18. Stories on Women by Premchand
  19. Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur
  20. A Cage of Desires by Suchi Singh Kalra
  21. A Gardener in the wasteland by Srividya Natarajan
  22. Lionel Messi(Read and Shine Series)
  23. Ther Firework- Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman
  24. Dream New Dreams by Jai Pausch
  25. Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
  26. Storyteller: Tales from Arabian Nights
  27. Tree Matters 
  28. Shoe Dog by Phil Knight

    This year, I tried reading more of children's' literature but I read my usual genres, non-fiction, autobiographies, memoirs. This year, I didn't read a regional language book
Graph:  Number of books I read over the years

I tried reading a few books and then purchase the other books but, I couldn't read it that way. This year, I also tried reading multiple books at once. I didn't enjoy it as much as I read a book at a time. Will go back to one book at a time. 

Of all the books, I enjoyed Summerhill by A.S.Neil for changing my perspectives on education. 

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