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1. On Writing - A Memoir of the Craft - Stephen King
2. Swamy and Friends- R.K Narayan
3. Love Stories That Touched My Heart - Ravinder Singh
4. I Too Had A Love Story - Ravinder Singh
5. Love @ Airforce - Gaurav Sharma
6. Can Love Happen Twice - Ravinder Singh
7. Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins
8. Catching Fire -Suzanne Collins
9. The Fault In Our Stars - John Green
10.Mockingjay- Suzanne Collins - half-read
11. Blaze - Stephen King
12. Notebook - Nicholas Spark
13. The House on Maple Street- Stephen King
14. The Abundance of Katherines - John Green
15. Gabriel's Inferno - Sylvian Reynard
16. Gabriel's Rupture - Sylvian Reynard
17. Gabriel's Redemption - Sylvian Reynard
18. The Racketeer - John Grisham
19.  J.K Rowling Harry Porter - The entire series - kudos to myself
20. Eat, Pray and Love - Elizebeth Gilbert
21. Gone Girl - Gillian Flynn
22. Tuesday's With Morrie - Mitch Albom
23. One Fine Day - Mitch Albom
24. Have A Little Faith - Mitch Albom
25. Five People I Met In Heaven - Mitch Albom
26. To Kill A Mockingbird - Harper Lee
27. Life of Pie - Yann Martel
28. Tiger Mom
29. Inheritance of Loss
30. The Kite Runner
31. A Thousand Splendid Sons
32. The Last Lecture - Randy Pausch
33. It's Not About The Bike - Lance Armstrong
34. Good to Great - Business Book - Jim Collins
35. Lean in - Sheryl Sandberg
36. The Testament - John Grisham
37. The King of Torts - John Grisham
38. The Pelican Brief - John Grisham
39. The Confession - John Grisham
40. The Donovan Legacy - Nora Roberts
41. Fountainhead - Ayn Rand
42. Blood, Sword and Tears - Fatima Bhutto
43. Zoya Factor - Anuja Chauhan
44. Siddhartha - Hermann Hesse
45. Midnight's Children - Salman Rushdie
46. The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho
47. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari - Robin Sharma
48. The Greatness Guide - I &II
49. Who Will Cry When You Die
50. Connect The Dots - Rashmi Bansal
51. P.S. I Love You
52. The Girl With a Dragon Tatoo
53. The Girl Who Played with Fire
54. The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest
55. Deja Dead - Kathy Reichs
56. Deja Dujour - Kathy Reichs
57. 11/22/63 - Stephen King
58. Meditations - currently reading
59. Atlantis Found - Clive Cussler
60. The Trojan Odyssey - Clive Cussler
61. Sin and Syntax - Constance Hale
62. Penguin Guide To Punctuation
63. Web Copy That Sells
64. The Writing Life - Annie Dilliard
65. The Art of War - Steven Pressfield
66. On Writing Well - William Zinsser
67. The Secret Wish List - Preeti Shenoy







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