I Read…

This is just a list of books I have read in chronologically decending order (best to my memory). This is more for my record than anything else

95. A Fraction of the Whole Steve Toltz ****

93. This is the Life Joseph O’Neil***

92. Operation Shylock Philip Roth **

91. Dostoevsky Richard Freeborn ***

90. Fatelessness Imre Kertesz***

89. The Fire Gospel Michael Faber**

88.The Idiot Fyodor Dostoevsky*****

87.The Golden Book Doris Lessing

86. Netherland Joseph O’ Neil***

85. The Spare Room Helen Garner ****

84. The Reader Bernhard Schlink ****

83.The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao Junot Diaz **

82.Dream Angus Alexander McCall Smith **

81.Oranges are not the Only Fruit Jeanette Winterson ***

80.Kaddish of an Unborn Child Imre Kertze ****

79.The Case of Exploding Mangoes Mohammed Hanif *

78.Weight Jeanette Winterson *****

77.Curious Incident of the Dog at the Night Time Mark Haddon *

76.The Prague Orgy Philip Roth ***

75.The White Tiger Arvinda Adiga ****

74.The Boy in Striped Payjamas John Boyne **

73.Girl Meets Boy Ali Smith ****

72.Wind-Up Bird Chronicle Huraki Murakami ***

71.Under the Net Iris Murdoch ***

70.Night Elie Wiesel ****

69.The Razor’s Edge W Somerset Maugham **

68.Moon and Sixpence W Somerset Maugham **

67.Shame Salman Rushdie **

66.Songs of Innocence and Experience William Blake *****

65.Kierkeegard Michael Watt ***

64.Youth J M Coetzee *****

63.The Master of Petersberg J M Coetzee *****

62.The Dying Animal Philip Roth ***

61.Zucckerman Unbound Philip Roth ***

60.Ghost Writer Philip Roth ****

59.The Book Thief Markus Zusak *****

58.Liquidation Imre Kertze ****

57.Cat and Mouse Gunter Grass ***

56.The Trial Franz Kafka ****

55.Identity Milan Kundera ***

54.An Introduction to Existentialism ****

53.Unbearable Lightness of Being Milan Kundera *****

52.Myth of Sisyphus Albert Camus *****

51.Plague Albert Camus ****

50.Stranger Albert Camus ****

49.Nausea Jean Paul Sartre ****

48.The Kiss Anton Chekov *

47.Sophie’s World Josteein Gaarder ****

46.Existentialism and Humanism Jean Paul Sartre ****

45.Where Water Comes Together with Other Water Raymond Carver ****

44.Brothers Karamazov Fyodor Dostoevsky *****

43.Introducing Sartre **

42.Introducing Existentialism **

41.Crime and Punishment Fyodor Dostoevsky *****

40.The Plato Papers Peter Ackroyd *****

39.The Wardrobe, Lion & Witch (NARNIA) C S Lewis **

38.The Screwtape Letters C S Lewis ***

37.Arthur and George Julian Barnes ***

36.The Great Divorce C. S. Lewis ****

35.Outsider Colin Wilson *****

34.Notes from the Underground Fyodor Dostoevsky *****

33.Intoducing Hegel ***

32.Fires Raymond Carver ****

31.Narcissus and Goldmund Herman Hesse ***

30.Caligula and Three Other Plays Albert Camus ****

29.Lesson of the Master Henry James ****

28.A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man James Joyce ****

27.Jude the Obscure Thomas Hardy *****

26.Siddharta Herman Hesse ***

25.Metamorphosis Franz Kafka ***

24.The Master Builder Henrik Ibsen ***

23.To Kill a Mocking Bird Harper Lee *****

22.Harry Potter & Half Blood Prince J K Rowling ****

21.Harry Potter & Order of the Phoenix J K Rowling ****

20.Harry Potter & Goblet of Fire J K Rowling ****

19.Harry Potter & Prisoner of Azbakan J K Rowling **

18.Harry Potter & Chamber of Secrets J K Rowling ***

17.Alice in Wonderland Lewis Caroll ****

16.The Celestine Prophecy James Redfield **

15.An Enemy of the People Henrik Ibsen *****

14.One Richard Bach *****

13.Midnight’s Children Salman Rushdie ****

12.The Alchemist Paulo Cohelo ***

11.Bridge Across Forever Richard Bach ****

10.Jonathan Livingston Seagull Richard Bach ***

9.The Idea of India Sunil Khilnani *

8.Virtue of Selfishness Ayn Rand ***

7.Atlas Shrugged Ayn Rand *****

6.Fountainhead Ayn Rand *****

5.We the Living Ayn Rand ****

4.Man and Superman Bernard Shaw *****

3.The Romantics Pankaj Mishra *

2.India:From Midnight to the Millenium Sashi Tharoor ***

1.Without Fear or Favour Joginder Singh *

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