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 — 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|
|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|
|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|
|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|
|Veronika Decides To Die||Paulo Coelho|
|While the Light Lasts||Agatha Christie|
|Xenocide||Orson Scott Card|
|Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance||Robert M Pirsig|
Thank you, Harshal.