Re-Read list

There are books which you read and forget and then there are books which you keep thinking about even after reading books after books, books which call you again n again, books that you wish to re-read.

Everytime I go through my library my eyes stop at few books that keep staring back at me because they know I want to hold them again, read them again, cherish them again. But, the growing list of books to be read  always over powers the Re-Read List.

One day The Re-Read List will be entertained and I will read all these books one by one. Till then, let me compose my list.

The Super Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner


I missed my ‘Natioanal Economic Policy’ Final Presentation due to my Brother’s marriage and was asked to subit a review of this book instead. A review for 100 marks! Guess how many pages I filled for this review?
I had just started reading novels then, and had no idea about such books and book reviews. Nevertheless, I survived! At the same time enjoyed the whole experience and the book.

The Bride’s Quartet by Nora Roberts.


I read the third book first and fell in love with Laurel. I had no idea the book is  part of a series. Later I read all the remaining parts and had same experience as the first one. Friendship is the highlight of this series. I plan to not just read this series again but also read more books by the Author.

Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni


Do I really need to mention a reason why this wonderful book is in this list?
If you haven’t read this book, just do yourself a favour and read it. Mahabharatta from the eyes of Draupadi!

The Homing Pigeons by Sid Bahri


I don’t remember how many people I have recommended this book to, but what I remember is that all of them loved it. Just like pigeons, love birds end up coming home at the end.

Dozaknama by Rabi sankar Bal


This book is really something! Stories upon stories. You can’t miss this one.

The King’s Harvest by Chetan Raj Shrestha


This book contains two novellas and am completely amazed with the first one. The rawness of writing style and the edgy storyline just blew me.

Arjun Without a Doubt by Dr. Shinde sweety


Read this book recently and loved it to bits. The Author’s take on Mahabharatta via Arjun’s point of view is amazing.  Read my review of Arjun Without A Doubt .

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