I had a plan to read at least 50 books last year. It’s not a big task with the speed I read, but it is difficult to do it with the laziness I have, with the other hobbies I have and also with the free time I get.
One great achievement is I finished fountainhead (of Ayn Rand) in Nov 2006, which I happened to start reading in Nov 2005. You should appreciate me, for the effort, patience and determination that I invested in that book. My sad and pitiable experience with that book is worth a post in this blog. (Coming soon) Those who suggested me this book shall here from me soon, and better take that books off from favorites list in Orkut.
Here are some I read…
- A Call to honor (Jaswant Singh)
- Lajja (Taslima Nasrin)
- Alchemist (Paolo Coelho)
- The monk who sold his Ferrari (Robin Sharma)
- Dan brown (all four)
- Robin cook (9 books … doesn’t make a difference which are they)
- Chetan Bhagat (both)
- Fountainhead (Ayn rand)
I think that’s all, I have read. Or may be fountainhead has erased all my memory. (Anyways I dint read more than 25) .In the above list contains most of “time pass” books. This year I have plan to read all those which I have already purchased. Hope I don’t Ctrl+c Ctrl+v the same post in Jan 2008. Please add some more to list wich i sould not afford missing.
In the line of fire (Parvez Musharruf ),War and peace (Leo Tolstoy),Prophet (Kahlil Gibran ), Meine Kemf (Adolf Hitler), George Eliot, Das Capital.