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The Bookizie Tag II

So I'm taking this tag from Tsshar.
*Bold the ones you've read
*Italicize the ones you want to read
*leave blank the ones that you aren't interested in.
* Add any 5 titles of your choice in this list,before you pass on the tag

1. Agatha Christie - Sad Cypress
2. Ayn rand - The fountainhead
3. Ayn rand - Atlas shrugged
4. Anurag Mathur - The inscrutable Americans
5. Arthur Hailey- Hotel
6. Alistair maclean - The guns of navarone
7. Anne frank- The diary of a young girl
8. Danielle Steel - Full circle
9. Enid Blyton - the famous five series
10. Jeffery Archer - Not a penny more and not a penny less
11. Jackie collins - Hollywood wives
12. James Hadley Chase - An ear to the ground
13. Ken follet - A place called freedom
14. Mario Puzo - the Godfather
15. Micheal Crichton - Airframe
16. Mills and boons - Any book or series- mention it
17. Paulo Coelho - The alchemist
18. Robert Ludlum - Trevayne
19. Sidney Sheldon - The sands of time
20. Suketu Mehta - The maximum city
21. Thomas Hardy - Far from the madding crowd
22. Shrimad Bhagavad Gita
23. Dan Brown - The deception point
24. Emily Bronte- Wuthering heights
25. Eric Segal - The Class
26. Mulk raj Anand - Coolie
27. R.K. Narayan - The English teacher
28. J.k. Rowling - The Potter series
29. Sidney Sheldon - A stranger in the mirror
30. Agatha Christie - Curtain[ Poirot's last case]
My addition:
31. The Anne Series- L.M. Montgomery
32. The God of Small Things- Arundhati Roy
33. Artemis Fowl- Eoin Colfer
34. The Mill on the Floss- George Eliot
35. Inkheart- Cornelia Funke

I tag Nidhi and Sahil :)


Tshhar Mangal said…
Woww,you like lot of mystery,crime stuff it seems.
DO read these 3 books,
Ken follet's A place called freedom.
Suketu Mehta's the maximum city
and Eric segal's the class
all 3 are different but great books.
Great attempt,wish others would do this soon too
wild iris said…
Hmmm, not really. I've read books from most genres. Many of the books that i've read on this list are in fact classics or fantasies. So yea.

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