My Book List of 2021!

Cheers to a year filled with books and books only. My goal was to read one book a week, so it was 52 books for the year . Yes, I did read exactly that number of books and here’s the list. Enjoy reading them and do let me know which one was your favorite.

  1. Immortals of Meluha- Shiva Trilogy- Amish
  2. Secret of the Nagas- Shiva Trilogy- Amish
  3. Oath of Vayuputras- Shiva Trilogy- Amish
  4. Lion of Maurya- Ashoka Trilogy- Ashok K Banker
  5. Satrap of Taxila- Ashoka Trilogy- Ashok K Banker
  6. What Young India Wants- Chetan Bhagat
  7. The Communist Manifesto- Karl Marx & Friedrich Angels
  8. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose- The eternal flame of Liberty- Saligram Gosain
  9. TheTalisman- Sir Walter Scott
  10. Ram Scion of Ikshvaku- Ramachandra Series-Amish
  11. Sita Warrior of Mithila- Ramachandra Series-Amish
  12. Raavan Enemy of Aryavarta- Ramachandra Series-Amish
  13. The Book Thief- Markus Zusak
  14. The Godfather- Mario Puzo
  15. Ikigai- Hector Gracia & Francesc Mirales
  16. Azadi- Arundhati Roy
  17. To Kill a Mocking Bird- Harper Lee
  18. The Kite Runner- Khaled Hosseini
  19. The Subtle Art of not Giving a F*ck- Mark Manson
  20. Elon Musk- Ashlee Vance
  21. Suheldev- Amish
  22. And The Mountains Echoed- Khaled Hosseini
  23. Dharmayodha Kalki- Avatar of Vishnu- Kalki Trilogy- Kevin Missal
  24. Sathyayodha Kalki- Eye of Bhramma- Kalki Trilogy- Kevin Missal
  25. Mahayodha Kalki- Sword of Shiva- Kalki Trilogy- Kevin Missal
  26. Think Like a Monk- Jay Shetty
  27. Man’s Search for Meaning- Viktor E. Frankl
  28. The Alchemist- Paulo Coelho
  29. The Secret- Rhonda Byrne
  30. Harry potter and the cursed child- JK Rowling
  31. Swami and Friends- RK Narayan
  32. Wings of Fire- APJ Abdul Kalam
  33. Rameshwaram to Rashtrapathi Bhavan- MP Kamal
  34. Murder On the Orient Expess- Agatha Christie
  35. Swami Vivekananda: An Intuitive Scientist- TGK Murthy
  36. Mysteries of the universe- Nityanand Nair
  37. And then there were none- Agatha Christie
  38. Murder of roger ackroyd- Agatha Christie
  39. 21 lessons for the 21st century- Yuval Noah Harari
  40. A thousand splendid suns- Khaled Hosseini
  41. Tuesdays with Morrie- Mitch Albom
  42. Eat that Frog- Brian Tracy
  43. Rework- Jason Fried and David Heinmeier Hansson
  44. Steve Jobbs- Karen Bluementhal
  45. Ego is the Enemy- Ryan Holiday
  46. Gun Island- Amitav Gosh
  47. A Brief History of Time- Stephen Hawking
  48. Birthday Stories- Haruki Murakami
  49. The Palace of Illusions- Chitra Banarjee Divakaruni
  50. What I Talk About When I Talk About Running- Haruki Murakami
  51. Sputnik Sweetheart- Haruki Murakami
  52. Men Without Women- Haruki Murakami

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