The #TSBC A to Z Challenge: Harshal’s List

We asked our #TSBC participants to come up with a list of books: one book for each letter of the English Alphabet. This A to Z Challenge led to a flurry of mails, DMs on Twitter and finally lists from a few of our participants. We present to you the first of the A to Z list of Books from Harshal.

Harshal is a self-confessed book nerd who has no specific reading interests โ€” as long as there is ink on paper, he’ll be happy to read. Gleaning a gem of trivia from a mine of books is what gives him pleasure on a normal day.

Amul’s India: Based on 50 years of Amul advertising DY Works
Buy Jupiter & Other Stories Isaac Asimov
Contact Carl Sagan
Does He know a mother’s heart? Arun Shourie
English, August: An Indian Story Upamanyu Chatterjee
Forty Sufi Comics Mohammed Ali Vakil & Mohammed Arif Vakil
Goldfinger Ian Fleming
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban JK Rowling
It’s Not About The Bike Lance Armstrong
Jaya: An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata Devdutt Pattanaik
Kim Rudyard Kipling
Late Night Discussions on the Theory of Constraints Eliyahu M Goldratt
Man-Eaters of Kumaon Jim Corbett
Not A Penny More, Not A Penny Less Jeffrey Archer
Ogilvy on Advertising David Ogilvy
Pale Blue Dot Carl Sagan
Queen Sheba’s Ring Sir Henry Rider Haggard
Robinson Crusoe Daniel Defoe
Special 26 Gabriel Khan
To Kill A Mockingbird Harper Lee
Ulysses James Joyce
Veronika Decides To Die Paulo Coelho
While the Light Lasts Agatha Christie
Xenocide Orson Scott Card
Youth Leo Tolstoy
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance Robert M Pirsig

Thank you, Harshal.

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