This is the second time. Last time I was reading Fermat’s Last Theorem and managed to spend 36 hours in bed with the book.
What’s the most addictive book you’ve read ? (If you’re thinking HP, don’t even bother.)
Quite a few actually…
Lee Iacocca – an autobiography
To kill a mocking bird – Harper Lee
Losing my Virgnity – Richard Branson
Its not about the bike – Lance Armstrong
The Great Indian Novel – Shashi Tharoor
And of course The Fountainhead. :):)
+1 to Its not about the bike. Hey, if you liked that, you should try Tour De Force. You’ll love it.
Yaar I read “Every Second Counts” also and so lets take a break from ‘racing’ and try something else. Reading about Mughals now, “Invaders from the north”. Next up is “I Dare!” and then “Diana: Her true story-In her own words” and then “Immortals of Meluha”. So I know what to read for next couple of months. Will come back to you after that. Am I flaunting? Do I care? 😛
It’s always good to know exactly what you want. 🙂
Keep it up..
Shantaram – Gregory David Roberts
Angels and demons
aand kinda have to admit.. HP 😀
Where have you disappeared MC? Need to hang-out again.
Yeah, for met it was:
Shantaram: Gregory Robers
The White Tiger: Arvind Adiga
@MJ: I felt extremely drowsy after first few pages of Lee Iacocca. 😛 Is it interesting later on?
I got bored with Lee Iacocca as well. Seemed too blah.
Have been hearing a lot about Shantaram. Wondering if someone can lend me a copy?
Sure, I can. 😛 Tell me next time you are in Mumbai.
The Fountainhead was definitely one.
so was The Count of Monte Cristo (that was EONS ago though).
Also pride and prejudice. yeah, seriously. 😛
Pride and prejudice.. haven’t read that. Whats your opinion on that?
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