Books to Read

I had read a lot of books since childhood. In this post, I would recommend some of the nice titles that I had found interesting.

Disclaimer: I had read most of the books when I was in the class 6th to 10th. So it may not be interesting to all audiences.

Following are the list of book, in no order of importance

  • Sherlock Holmes, Complete 4 novels and 52 short stories
    My most adored character in all the books I have ever read. His intelligence, sense, analytical skill all impress me.
  • The Black Tulip – Alexander Dumas
    One of the good and short books I have read long back. I don’t remember much about the book. But it was an interesting read.
  • The Scarlet Pimpernal
    A nice book to read. A superb storyline.
  • Enid Blyton’s – Mystery Series
    Stories for children. The Five Found Outers. This is one of my favourite series of children novels.
  • Five Point Someone
    A nice and wonderful book to read and have a nice time. It might take you to your college days.
  • One night @ a call center
    Again from the author of Five point someone. This book made me think.
  • Why Men can’t listen and women can’t read maps
    A good book.
  • Code Name God – Mani Bhaumik
    A definite book that will change your outlook on life.
  • The Da Vinci Code
    Superb, racy, fast and interesting. You can’t put the book down once you have started reading.
  • Angels and Demons – Dan Brown
    Another interesting title. Wonderful, fast paced. Takes one through a complete journey of Rome. Must read.
  • Deception Point – Dan Brown
    Not so good as the previous two but okay.
  • Tao of Physics – Frijtof Copra
    Still reading.
  • Phantom
    A complete series of Phantom adventures from Rani comics
  • Happy reading!


4 thoughts on “Books to Read

  1. American fantasist Harlan Ellison has always claimed that anything you need to know about the craft of writing can be divined from reading the entire Sherlock Holmes oeuvre. I’m not inclined to disagreed. Conan Doyle crafted two characters that haunt our literary and popular imagination over 100 years after their creation. How many authors can manage that feat?

    1. Glemte Ã¥ si hva jeg liker best med jula, gikk litt fort her :PEr sÃ¥ glad i advitnsteden jeg, bare kose meg med Ã¥ pynte, bake og stulle i heimen….Og i Ã¥r blir det enda mer magisk med en liten baby 🙂

  2. That is really true. The hound of the baskervilles is one novel that proves Conan Doyle’s writing prowess.

  3. Where did you get Phantom series books, just curious to know, so I can also read it up. Any pointers will be greatly appreciated.

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