Both Vignesh and JD have book-tagged me, so I am obliged to present to the world my choice of books… hmm… so here goes…
Total number of books I own : Around 30 techie books and 10 general books. Most of the time, I borrow books from the Eloor Library, so I don’t own as many books as I would’ve liked.
The last book bought? : India 2020 by Dr A P J Abdul Kalam. I haven’t gotten down to reading it fully yet, though.
The last book you read? : The Second Coming of Steve Jobs
Books I am currently reading : Armies of Hanuman by Ashok Banker, and Flying Start by Jo Gardiner.
Books that mean a lot to me :
- Ignited Minds by Dr A P J Abdul Kalam — This is one of the most inspiring books I’ve ever read. I can never forget the words
Dream, dream, dream….
Dreams provide thoughts…
and thoughts result in action.
and also what it means to be in “mission mode”.
Secrets of Mind Power — Although it has such a drab title, it is one of the most insightful books I’ve read.. insightful about how we think, that is.
Ramayana series of books by Ashok Banker — Reading the Ramayana come alive in its full glory is an ecstasy in itself.
Beginning Perl by Simon Cozens — As far as I’m concerned, this book is the benchmark on how technical books should be written.
The Fountainhead — Enough said.
The Sigma Protocol by Robert Ludlum — This novel has got it all. Guaranteed sleepless nights until you finish reading it.
Well, that surely doesn’t look like a typical list that you would have expected…
I’m passing on the book tag to Pradeep, Avinash, Premshree, Ashok Banker, Angel and Viju. Looking forward to seeing their lists :)
Update: Book-tagging Niara as well.