~ three parts mad, and the fourth delirious, with perpetual rushing of hard times ~ Dickens

I saw a blog today, about how she started her habit of reading books, from a friend. My upbringing was almost like her's. My Dad never bought me Toys, he always came home with bag full of books. That is not what I am going to write about today. I realized many days ago, that I haven't updated my Read/Reading/Read section of the blog for more than a year now, but never had enough courage to go through the page and edit/update it. I am finally doing it now.

"Always read something that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it."

–P.J. O’Rourke
I have been a victim of Internet, and easily downloadable movies and series. I don't read often these days, and i cant read for long too. I have started reading "Arresting Gods in Kathmandu" and "The Guru's of Love" for more than two weeks now, and haven't completed half of any.


List of Books (which i remember, I read last year)
1. Radha (Krishna Dharawasi)
2. Saranarthi (Krishna Dharawasi)
3. Adha Bato (Krishna Dharabasi)
4. Pandulipi (Krishna Dharabasi)
5. Sheto Dharti (Amar Neupane)
6. Jiwan Kanda ki Phool (Jhamak Ghimire)
7. China Harayeko Manche (Haribansa Acharya)
8. Loo (Nayan Raj Pandhey)
9. Maile Hidheko Bato (Sitajee)
10. Ghanchakkar (Sanjeev Uprety)

And those written in English were,
1. The White Tiger (Arvinda Adiga)
2. The God of Small Things (Arunhati Roy)
3. Walking with the Comrades(Arundhati Roy)
4. Steve Jobs (Walter Issacson)
5. Stranger (Albert Camus)
6. Myth of Sisyphus (Albert Camus)
7. Thus Spake Zarathustra (Frederick Nietzsche)
8. 1984 (George Orwell)
9. Animal Farm (George Orwell)
10. Critique of Pure Reasoning (Kant)
11. Manuscript Found in Accra
12. Midnight's Children (Salman Rushdie)
13. Eat, Pray, Love (Elizabeth Gilbert)
14. The Glass Palace (Amitav Ghosh)
15. Inferno (Dan Brown)
16. Dreams from my Father (Barack Obama)
17. The Audacity of Hope (Barack Obama)
18. Kane and Abel (Jeffrey Archer)
19. Only Time will tell (Jeffrey Archer)
20. The Sins of the Father (Jeffrey Archer)
21. Mein Kampf (Adolf Hitler)
22. Few Shidney Sheldon books which i don't remember the names, because i didn't have anything else to do.
23. Ulysses (James Joyce)
24. The Great Gatsby (F. Scott Fitzgerald)
23. Anna Karenina (Leo Tolstoy) (read these two books because the movies were coming.)

these are all that I can remember for now.
Reading.....
24. The Gurus of Love.
25. Arresting Gods in kathmandu (both Samrat Upadhyay's books.)


Oh! and finally, I love books, My Birthday is coming, and Books make a great Birthday Gift. So, if any of you were searching for Gift ideas for my Birthday, this is it.