Book’s I’ve Read

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. This is a list of all the books that I have read till now, this year to be precise. Not very long, but for my record:


Divergent: Veronica Roth

Insurgent:Veronica Roth

Allegiant: Veronica Roth

The Hunger Games:Suzanne Collins

Catching Fire:Suzanne Collins

Mockingjay:Suzanne Collins

The Fault In Our Stars: John Green

Looking For Alaska: John Green

The Undomestic Goddess: Sophie Kinsella

Those Pricey Thakur Girls: Anuja Chauhan

Only Time Will Tell: Jeffery Archer

P.S. I Love You: Cecelia Ahern

Inferno: Dan Brown (Half read)

Marley And Me: John Grogan

Christmas at Tiffany’s: Karen Swan

The Cuckoo’s Calling: Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling)

The Last Leaf: O Henry

The Adventures of Feluda: Satyajit Ray

Remember me?: Sophie Kinsella

The Homecoming: Rabindranath Tagore

The Devil Wears Prada- Laura Weinberger

Confessions Of A Shopaholic- Sophie Kinsella

The Great Gatsby: F. Scott

Fitzgerald Four:Veronica Roth

Catcher In The Rye: J.D.Salinger

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower: Stephen Chbosky

The Book Thief: Markus Zusak

Daddy Long Legs: Jean Webster

The Silkworm: Robert Galbraith

Princess: Jean Sasson

A Walk To Remember: Nicholas Sparks


Inferno: Dan Brown (yeah, read it completely this time, it’s super awesome!)

Animal Farm: George Orwell (Legendary!)

The Canterville Ghost: Oscar Wilde

Shah Rukh Can: Mustakh Sheikh

Gone Girl: Gillian Flynn

Beautiful Creatures: Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Arthur Conan Doyle

The Notebook: Nicholas Sparks

Eleanor and Park: Rainbow Rowell

Susanna’s Seven Husbands: Ruskin Bond

The Invisible Man: HG Wells

The Sky Is Falling: Sidney Sheldon

And The Mountains Echoed: Khaled Hosseini

The Sisterhood Of Traveling Pants: Ann Brashares

The Naked Face: Sidney Sheldon

The House That BJ Built: Anuja Chauhan

Memories Of Midnight: Sidney Sheldon

The Girl On The Train: Paula Hawkins

Train To Pakistan: Khushwant Singh

The Second Summer Of The SIsterhood: Ann Brashares

A Study In Scarlet: Arthur Conan Doyle


Fangirl: Rainbow Rowell

Forbidden: Tabitha Suzuma

The Lovely Bones: Alice Sebold

On The Street Where You Live: Mary Higgins Clark

The Palace Of Illusions: Chitra Banerjee Devakurni

The Bell Jar: Sylvia Plath

Angels And Demons: Dan Brown

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower: Stephen Chbosky

Sail: James Patterson

Gently Falls The Bakula: Sudha Murthy

The Lost Symbol: Dan Brown

The Lowland: Jhumpa Lahiri

All The Bright Places: Jennifer Nixen

Me Before You: Jojo Moyes

A Little Life: Hanya Yanagihara

Breakfast At Tiffany’s: Truman Capote

Anna And The French Kiss: Stephanie Perkins

Lola And The Boy Next Door: Stephanie Perkins

Isla And The Happily Ever After: Stephanie Perkins

Fifty Shades Of Grey: EL James

Fifty Shades Darker: EL James

After you: Jojo Moyes

Fifty Shades Freed: EL James

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: Jenny Han

P.S. I Still Love You: Jenny Han

When We Collided: Emory Lord

If I Stay: Gayle Forman

Landline: Rainbow Rowell

Before I Fall: Lauren Oliver

Delirium: Lauren Oliver

Me And Earl And The Dying Girl: Jesse Andrews

We Were Liars: E. Lockhort

Wild: Cheryl Strayed

The Zoya Factor: Anuja Chauhan

Battle For Bittora: Anuja Chauhan

Twenties Girl: Sophie Kinsella

The Secret World of a Shopaholic: Sophie Kinsella

Shopaholic Takes On Manhattan: Sophie Kinsella

Shopaholic Gets Married: Sophie Kinsella

Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki And His Years Of Pilgrimage: Haruki Murakami


I’ll Give You The Sun: Jandy Nelson

Career of Evil: Robert Galbraith

Shatter Me: Tahereh Mafi

Unravel Me: Tahereh Mafi

Ignite Me: Tahereh Mafi

Milk and Honey: Rupi Kaur

A Night In London: Sajjad Zaheer

Murder on the Orient Express: Agatha Christie

And Then There Were None: Agatha Christie

The Outsiders: S.E. Hilton

Thirteen Reasons Why: Jay Asher

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: R.L. Stevenson

It Has To Be You: Susan Elizabeth Philips

Heavens, Texas: Susan Elizabeth Philips

Can You Keep A Secret: Sophie Kinsella

The Wallbanger: Alice Clayton

Baaz: Anuja Chauhan

The Casual Vacancy: JK Rowling

She Went All The Way: Meg Cabot

The Boy Next Door: Meg Cabot

Boy Meets Girl: Meg Cabot

Playing For Keeps: RL Mathewson

Macbeth: William Shakespeare

Jejuri: Arun Kolatkar

Okay, not an impressive list. But, I’ll be sure to keep adding more. Cheers!


16 thoughts on “Book’s I’ve Read

  1. It is super awesome! 😉 Love the collection… I read Animal Farm this year, as well. I was thinking of doing a book report on it, but somehow it just seems too complicated for me to do justice to it. :-/

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  2. Looks like you’ve been reading some great books in the past couple of years! I really need to read The Book Thief and I have a few Khaled Hosseini books. I’m really looking forward to The Kite Runner in particular. And I see Nicholas Sparks! I tried reading one of his books but couldn’t do it, unfortunately. Maybe straight up romance isn’t for me. Anyway, lovely list, Akanksha!

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    • Thank you Summer! You must read The Book Thief, it’ll change your life; it sure changed mine. And to be honest, I didn’t find The Kite Runner very awesome. In fact, A Thousand Splendid Suns by him as well, is much better. Also, Nicholas Sparks was disappointing. For instance, The Notebook movie was so much better. I found his books very boring. Not my cup of tea. And I would say, you must read The Cuckoo’s Calling, The Perks Of Being A Wallflower and Marley and Me. They’re all different genres but I think you’ll like them if you haven’t read them already.
      Thanks again 😀 I appreciate it!

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  3. That’s a whole lot of books. It is an interesting list. Famous ones too.
    So waiting to see what comes next.

    I am influenced to read and make a list like this and then make a confession too 😀

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    • Heheh, thank you Bhanu. I read it again, it sure is a mix-up of genres and writers. I’ve updated it, and next on my list is Geetanjli by Tagore, Scion Of Ikshvaku by Amish, Dreamcatcher by Stephen King (who I’ve never read before) and The Godfather.
      Let’s see how those turn out.
      Thanks again though 😀


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