5 books that you need to read in India, 2017

5 books you need for the Indian summer: “A Song for the Dead” by Gaurav Shrivastava “The Black Cat” by Pranav Jha “The Life and Death of My Mother” by Arundhati Roy “The Long Walk to Freedom” by Ananda Das “The Great Game” by John Steinbeck “A Tale of Two Cities” by F. Scott Fitzgerald “An American in India” by H.G. Wells “The Heart of Darkness” by Cormac McCarthy “A Room of One’s Own” by E.L. Doctorow “The Last Emperor” by Vladimir Nabokov “A Thousand Plateaus” by Ernest Hemingway “Harpoon Lane” by Charles Dickens “The White Rose” by Margaret Atwood “A Woman of Reading” by Anne Carson “My Struggle” by Joseph Conrad “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” by Walt Whitman “A Night on the Town” by Stephen King “The Book Thief” by Lewis Carroll “The Catcher in the Rye” by J.D. Salinger “The Man Who Knew Too Much” by Aldous Huxley “The House on Haunted Hill” by William Faulkner “The Picture of Dorian Gray” by Anthony Burgess “The Road” by Arthur Miller “The Golden Notebook” by Mark Twain “The Sun Also Rises” by Paulo Coelho “The Girl on the Train” by Toni Morrison “The Lady of the Lake” by Ursula K. Le Guin “The Little Shop of Horrors” by Virginia Woolf “A Farewell to Arms” by Thomas Pynchon “A Streetcar Named Desire” by Mary Shelley “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” by Herman Melville “A Touch of Evil” by George Orwell “The Wind in the Willows” by Frank Herbert “The Wizard of Oz” by Clark Ashton Smith “The Woman in the Iron Mask” by Sylvia Plath “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Teju Cole “The Lion and the Rose” at the end of The Hunger Games trilogy “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” by David Foster Wallace “The Weight of the World” by Martin Amis “The Secret Life of Bees” by Nick Hornby “The Name of the Rose, Part 2” by Laura Ingalls Wilder “The Time Machine” by Ray Bradbury “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Henry James “The Witches of Eastwick” by M.R. James “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” by Flannery O’Connor “The Wonderful Wizard of Ockham’s Razor” by C.S. Lewis “The Outsider” by Philip K. Dick “The War of the Worlds” by James Ellroy “The Year of the Flood” by Neil Gaiman “The Wild Bunch” by Edgar Allan Poe “The Three Musketeers” by Robert Louis Stevenson “The Wheel of Time” by Brandon Sanderson “The Women” by Zadie Smith “Three Days of the Condor” by Peter Rabbit “The Wolf Hall” by Oona Chaplin “The Wayward Bride” by Charlotte Bronte “The World” in 10 languages by James Joyce “The Witch” by Isabella Rossellini “The Young Women of Oxford” by Elizabeth Bishop “The Waste Land” by Richard Ford “The Words” by Svetlana Alexandrovna “The Tree of Life” by Dante Alighieri “The Tale of Genji” by Chihiro Matsumoto “The Two Towers” by N.T. Wright “The Wicked and the Divine” by HG Wells “Upstream Color” by Paul Auster “V” by Michael Moorcock “The Jungle Book” by Andy Warhol “The Hobbit” by Ian McEwan “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins “The Odyssey” by Homer “The Old Man and the Sea” by Kenneth Grahame “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre” by Elmore Leonard “The Chronicles of Narnia” by Shirley Jackson “The Ugly Duckling” by Lois Lowry “The West Wing” by Joe Biden “The Vagina Monologues” by Nora Roberts “The Invisible Man” by Orson Scott Card “The Walrus” by Kurt Vonnegut “The Waterboy” by R.

L Hutton “The Watcher on the Wall” by Edward Gorey “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” by Jack Kerouac “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” by Tom Bombadil “The Martian Chronicles” by Isaac Asimov “The Shining” by Stanley Kubrick “The Twilight Zone” by L. Frank Baum “The Wall” book by John Grisham “The Winds of Winter” by Alan Moore “The Wanderer” by Terry Pratchett “The Wise Man’s Fear” by Umberto Eco “The Wrath of God