Life’s Library.


Yeah, okay, don’t hate me but I have a confession to make. This is actually John Green’s idea not mine. But, nonetheless, I will shamelessly proceed. All the books that I want to read are here. You may comment you opinions, recommendations or even criticize my choices. I really don’t care.

The Maze Runner: James Dashner

The Hobbit: JRR Tolkien

The Paying Guests: Sarah Waters

A Suitable Boy: Vikram Seth

Gone Girl: Gillian Flynn

Chronicles Of Death Foretold: Gabriel Garcia Marquez

100 Years Of Soltitude: Gabriel Garcia Marquez

The Divine Comedy: Dante Alighieri

1984: George Orwell

Gone With the Wind: Margaret Mitchell

Charlotte’s Web: E.B. White

Lord Of The Rings: JRR Tolkien

Great Expectations: Charles Dickens

Moby Dick: Herman Melville

The Sound And The Fury:  William Faulkner

Alice In The Wonderland:  Lewis Carroll

Love In The Time Of Cholera: Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Animal Farm:George Orwell

Dracula: Bram Stoker

Little Prince: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Les Miserables: Victor Hugo

Catch 22: Joseph Heller

Lolita: Vladimir Nabokov

Of Mice And Men: John Steinbeck

The Mortals Instruments: Cassandra Clare

Matched: Allie Condie

The Lunar Chronicles: Marissa Meyer

Reconstructing Amelia: Kimberly McCreigh

Delirium: Lauren Oliver

Memories Of My Melancholy Whores: Gabriel Garcia Marquez

The Orphan Master’s Son: Adam Johnson (I met him! I met him! He’s super sweet)

Doomsday Conspiracy: Sidney Sheldon

Palace of Illusions

Eleanor and Park: Rainbow Rowell

Humans Of New York: Brandon Stanton

Forbidden: Tabitha Suzuma

Aarushi: Avirook Sen

Anna and The French Kiss: Stephanie Perkins

Game of Thrones: George R.R. Martins

And The Mountains Echoed: Khaled Hosseini

Hamlet: William Shakespeare

The House That BJ Built: Anuja Chauhan

Train To Pakistan:Khushwant Singh

Time Stops At Shamli And Other Stories: Ruskin Bond

Scion Of Ishkvaku: AMish

The Girl On The Train: Paula Hawkins

Milk And Honey: Rupi Kaur

Two Years, Eight Months And Twenty Eight Nights: Salman Rushdie

Mrs. Funnybones: Twinkle Khanna

And Then There Were None: Agatha Christie

The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd

Cat’s Cradle: Kurt Vonnegut

The Bell Jar: Sylvia Path

The God Of Small Things: Arundhati Roy

All The Light We Cannot See: Anthony Doerr

Wise And Otherwise: Sudha MUrthy

A Happy Place: Vineetha Mokkil

The Woman in White: Wilkie Collins

12 Years A Slave: SOlomon Northup

The Time Traveller’s Wife: Audrey Niffenegger

Men, Women and Children: Chad Kultgen

What’s Left Of Me: Kat Zhang

Birthdays for the Dead: Stuart Macbride

The Inability of Words: Harnidh Kaur

The Strangeness of My Mind: Orhan Pamuk

 

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