Books I've read in 2024 A.D.

Author Title First published in the year
Sam McBratney. Illustrated by Anita Jeram. "Guess how much I love you". 1994
Kuik Shiao-Yin "The power of a people". 2019
Jackie Pullinger. Translated by Felix Wong "Chasing the dragon". 1996
Mitch Albom. "The magic strings of Frankie Presto". 2015
Marcus Aurelius. Translated by C. Scot Hicks and David V. Hicks. "Meditations". 180

Books I've read in 2023 A.D.

Author Title First published in the year
Brontë, Whitman, et al. Edited by John Boyes. "Poems that will save your life".
Isaac Asimov. "I, Robot" 1950
Edited by Carol Ann Duffy. "Empty nest: Poems for families". 2021
Josh Larsen. "Movies are prayers: How films voice our deepest longings" 2017
Kahlil Gibran. "The Prophet" 1926
Edited by Neil Douglas-Klotz. "Kahlil Gibran's little book of wisdom"
Alva Huang. "Get up and go: A Christian testimony of Mr. Wong Hui Chew" 2021
Mark Twain. Edited by M. Thomas Inge. "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court" 1889
Jai Pausch. "Dream new dreams: Reimagining my life after loss" 2012
Lewis Hyde. "The gift: How the creative spirit transforms the world" 1983
Pope Francis. Translated by Oonagh Stransky. "The name of God is mercy: A conversation with Andrea Tornielli" 2016
Michelle Min Sterling. "Camp Zero" 2023
Nick Vujicic. "Life without limits: How to live a ridiculously good life". 2010
Alvin Pang "What gives us our names" 2011
James Joyce. "Dubliners" 1914
Edited by Priya Hemenway "Ninety-nine names of love: Expressions of the heart" 2003

Books I've read in 2022 A.D.

Author Title First published in the year
Loung Ung "Lucky child: a daughter of Cambodia reunites with the sister she left behind" 2005
Cryan, Shatil, and Piero. "Capitalism: A graphic guide" 2013
Arakawa Hiromu. Translated by Amanda Haley. "Silver Spoon". Volumes 1 to 15. 2011
Tyus D. Williams. Illustrated by Chaaya Prabhat. "A day in the life of big cats: What do lions, tigers and panthers get up to all day?" 2022
Harriet Beecher Stowe. "Uncle Tom's Cabin". 1852
L. Frank Baum. "The wonderful wizard of Oz". 1900
Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. Edited by Göran Grip. “The tunnel and the light: Essential insights on living and dying”. 1999
Joseph Thambiah. "Providence in adversity: World War 2 and the Anglican Church in Singapore". 2022
Rebecca Otowa "The Mad Kyoto Shoe Swapper, and other short stories". 2020
Roald Dahl. Illustrated by Quentin Blake. "Charlie and the chocolate factory" 1964
Karen Armstrong. "Muhammad: Prophet for our time". 2006
Ray Bradbury. "Fahrenheit 451". 1953
Alfian Bin Sa'at "A history of amnesia: poems". 2001
William Shakespeare. Edited by Anne Barton. "The Tempest". 1623
Antonio Iturbe. Translated by Lilit Zekulin Thwaites. "The librarian of Auschwitz". 2012
Loung Ung. “Lulu in the sky: A daughter of Cambodia finds love, healing, and double happiness”. 2012
Viktor E. Frankl. Translated by Ilse Lasch and Helen Pisano. "Man's search for meaning". 1946
Tuomas Kyrö. Translated by David McDuff. "The beggar & the hare". 2011
Charles Dickens. With Notes by Michael Slater. "A Christmas Carol and other Christmas writings" 1843
Jean Rhys. "Quartet". 1928
Sarah de Carvalho. "The street children of Brazil". 1996
Maya Angelou. "I know why the caged bird sings". 1969
Mitch Albom. "The five people you meet in heaven". 2003

Books I've read in 2021 A.D.

Author Title First published in the year
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle "The hound of the Baskervilles"
John Bunyan. Edited by Jesse Lyman Hurlbut. "The pilgrim's progress" 1684
Derek Sivers "Your music and people: Creative and considerate fame".
Crispin Rodrigues "The Nomad Principle"
Eric Linklater "Poet's pub"
Yossi Ghinsberg "Jungle: A harrowing true story of survival in the Amazon"
Franz Kafka. Translated by Ian Johnston. "The metamorphosis" 1915
Donatella Di Cesare. Translated by David Broder. "Immunodemocracy: Capitalist asphyxia" 2020
Rania Abouzeid "No turning back: Life, loss, and hope in wartime Syria" 2019
E.B. White. Illustrated by Garth Williams. "Charlotte's web" 1952
H.G. Wells "The war of the worlds" 1898
Leiji Matsumoto. Translated by Zack Davisson. "Captain Harlock: The classic collection 1" 1977
Tony Husband "Take care, son: The story of my dad and his dementia" 2014
Kurt Vonnegut "Slaughterhouse-five" 1969
Mark Andrew Poe. Illustrated by Christina Weidman. "The amazing adventures of Harry Moon: Showdown on Nightingale Lane" 2017
Minfong Ho. Illustrated by Kwoncjan Ho. "Sing to the dawn" 1975
Naoki Urasawa. Translated by John Werry. "Mujirushi: The sign of dreams" 2018
Heather Morris "The tattooist of Auschwitz" 2018
Philip Van Doren Stern "The greatest gift: A Christmas tale" 1943
Jennani Durai "Regrettable things that happened yesterday: Stories" 2017
Jerome K. Jerome "Three men in a boat" 1889

I note a few books I disliked, over there . Yes, I did not enjoy them.