Books That I Have Read So Far
Someone asked me “How many books you have read so far”
I was stumped at this question. It reminded me that I was wasting my time. So I had made resolution last year and I am sure that many of us made resolutions to read more books this year. Let me share one interesting thing, I don’t have a passion for reading books , but slowly & steadily, I have developed a habit of reading. In my experience, reading a book is a lot like watching a movie.
Sometimes you finish it, sometimes you don’t. Sometimes, when you do finish it, you can’t remember anything from it. But, on occasion, you come across one that can change the way you think and live (hopefully for the better).
Below is a list of books that I have read so far
I Too Had A Love Story
The world loves a love story. Even if — or maybe more so — it doesn’t end in happily-ever-after. Software engineer Ravinder Singh met his fiancée on a matrimonial website, only to lose her in an accident before they could marry. The debut draws heavily from his own life to tell this poignant love tale.
Paulo Coelho – Aleph
A novel by the author of The Alchemist.
Aleph marks a return to Paulo Coelho’s beginnings. In a frank and surprising personal story, one of the world’s most beloved authors embarks on a remarkable and transformative journey of self-discovery.
Facing a grave crisis of faith, and seeking a path of spiritual renewal and growth, Paulo decides to start over: to travel, to experiment, to reconnect with people and the world. On this journey through Europe, Africa, and Asia, he will again meet Hilal—the woman he loved 500 years before—an encounter that will initiate a mystical voyage through time and space, through past and present, in search of himself.
Aleph is an encounter with our fears and our sins; a search for love and forgiveness, and the courage to confront the inevitable challenges of life.
Judith McNaught – Tender Triumph
Stunning Katie Connelly submerged her painful past in a promising career, an elegant apartment, and men she could keep at a distance. Yet something vital was missing from her life — until she met proud, rugged Ramon Galverra. With his urbane charm and his passionate nature, he gave her a love she had never known. In his arms, she came fully alive to his every touch. Still she was afraid to surrender her heart to this strong, willful, secretive man — a man from a different world, a man with a bold, uncertain future…
New York Times bestselling author Judith McNaught captures the thrill of a once-in-a-lifetime passion in this tender and spellbinding novel.
Erich Segal – Love Story
He is Oliver Barett IV, a rich jock from a stuffy WASP family on his way to a Harvard degree and a career in law.
She is Jenny Cavilleri, a wisecracking working-class beauty studying music at Radcliffe.
Opposites in nearly every way, Oliver and Jenny immediately attract, sharing a love that defies everything … yet will end too soon. Here is a love that will linger in your heart now and forever.
Revolution 2020 – Chetan Bhagat
Once upon a time, in small-town India, there lived two intelligent boys.
One wanted to use his intelligence to make money.
One wanted to use his intelligence to create a revolution.
The problem was, they both loved the same girl.
A story about childhood friends Gopal, Raghav and Aarti who struggle to find success and love in Varanasi. However, it isn’t easy to achieve this in an unfair society that rewards the corrupt. As Gopal gives in to the system, and Raghav fights it.
Veena Venugopal – Would you like some bread with that book?
If you really think about it, there are only two kinds of people: those who spend the week before a trek to the Everest base camp training and eating right, and those who lie in bed agonizing over which book should make it into their backpack. Would You Like Some Bread With That Book? is about this second group of people.