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I walk on a road lush with dreams,
a road of forgotten and veiled dreams,
sometimes slowly, sometimes gaily,
sometimes lost, sometimes profound,
I walk a road of unknown mysteries,
fervently finding my way through the endless path.....

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

My To-Read List


Nothing can beat the pleasure of curling up in a cozy place,away from all worldly trouble and reading a good book. 
Although reading a good book is itself a pleasurable thing, be it any place or time of the day. 

For someone who loves reading, their to-read list ever increasing. 
Every book that seems good enough becomes a part of the list. 
Then, there are recommendations from fellow book lovers. 
All favourite author's new releases are in the list too. 
Then there are some long desired classics to add up to the list. 
Finally, some books have created such an impact that they need to be re-read and that piles up too. 

Indeed, book lovers know that there can't be enough time ever to read.

Also, it's a pleasure to know what other people are reading. That is why I simply love the goodreads.com and other related sites. 

So, I decided to share my 'to-read' list here too. 
Do let me know what do you think about it and if you have read any of these. Or maybe they are a part of your to-read list too. 

I am mentioning them under broad categories (created for my own ease) but in no particular order. 

CLASSICS 

1. The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
2. Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
3. Emma by Jane Austen
4. Sense and sensibility by Jane Austen
5. To kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
6. The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

AUTHORS

1)Haruki Murakami
A. Norwegian wood
B.  Kafka on the Shore

2)Stephen King
A. IT
B. The shining
C. Salem's Lot
D. Carrie

3)Daphne Du Maurier
A. The house on the strand
B. My cousin Rachel

4)Mitch Albom
A. Tuesdays with Morrie
B. Have a little faith: A true story

5)Dan Brown
A. Digital Fortress

6)Sophie Hannah
A. Little face
B Woman with a secret

7)Gillian Flynn
A. Dark Places
B. Sharp Objects

Now coming to my favourite genre, which is thriller. 
If I could I will add all thrillers ever written to my to-read list and make best efforts to  
read them before I die. 
But since a list needs to be comprehensive   and not always exhaustive, I will just add some of the very best apart from those I have read. 
These are like 'Absolute must reads' in the thriller genre and A lot of study of different lists, reviews and recommendations have gone into creating this list of fantastico fifteen books. 

1. The murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie
2. The book thief by Markus zusak
3. Eye of the needle by Ken Follett
4. In cold Blood by Trumen Capote
5. The spy who came in from the cold by John Le Carrie
6. The Bourne Identity by Jason Bourne
7. We need to talk about Kevin by Lionel Shriver 
8. Killing Floor by Lee Child
9. Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
10. Strangers on a train by Patricia Highsmith
11. Defending Jacob by Willian Landay
12. The girl on the train by Paula Hawkins
13. In the woods by Tana French
14. If Tomorrow comes by Sidney Sheldon
15. Coma by Robin Cook 

Keep reading! 







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