|1||Les Misérables*||Victor Hugo|
|2||A Short History of Nearly Everything*||Bill Bryson|
|3||Fahrenheit 451||Ray Bradbury|
|4||Charlie and the Chocolate Factory||Roald Dahl|
|5||Golden Compass||Philip Pullman|
|6||Subtle Knife||Philip Pullman|
|7||The Amber Spyglass||Philip Pullman|
|8||Lyra's Oxford||Philip Pullman|
|9||Once Upon a Time in the North||Philip Pullman|
|10||The Collected Works of J. Krishnamurti, Vol 1 1933-34: The Art of Listening||Jiddu Krishnamurti|
|11||Meditation: The First and Last Freedom*||Osho|
|12||The Richest Engineer||Abhishek Kumar|
|13||The Design of Everyday Things*||Donald A. Norman|
|14||Sketching User Experiences: Getting the Design Right and the Right Design*||Bill Buxon|
|15||Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability||Steve Krug|
I made a conscious effort this year to read more.
I am still having fallow weeks of not reading a single page interspersed with weeks in which I devour more than three hundred pages and will need to discipline myself to be more consistent next year.
Being more into audio books for last two years, I switched back to ebooks at the start of this year.
Among these books, Les Misérables is one book which is going to stay with me forever. These quotes and reviews will give you a flavor of it.