It has been more than 8 years today, since my tryst with books started. Over all these years, books have been by my stride whatever the situation, they have been my friend, philosopher and guide. Have given me a purpose and an identity. When I had started out, I had never thought books will have such a profound impact on me. Now, rarely a day goes by in which I am not reading up a book or at least thinking about the books that I need to finish soon or browsing flipkart for more books to read. Truly, they have become my addiction. One which I can’t live without.
Today, as I look back, I would like to quickly point out for readers, some of the books that I found to be most interesting and influential during last 8 years.
The first book I read: Five Point Someone by Chetan Bhagat in the year 2005
The books that I have reflected upon the most: Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
The Lengthiest book I have read: India after Gandhi by Ramchandra Guha
The wittiest book I have read: Right Ho Jeeves by P.G Woodehouse and Catch-22 by Joseph Heller
The smallest book with deepest message: Animal Farm by George Orwell and Who moved my cheese by Spencer Johnson
The best book about Life and its meaning: Meaning of Life by Vicktor Frankl
To Read: Endless!