Books I have Read

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  1. Adiga, Aravind , -- The White Tiger
  2. Aeschylus, -- Prometheus Bound
  3. Aesop, -- Aesop's Fables
  4. Aldiss B, -- Gallaxies Like Grains of Sand
  5. Anderson J et al, -- War Crimes and Atrocities
  6. Armstrong AH, -- An Introduction to Ancient Philosophy
  7. Armstrong L, -- It's Not About the Bike
  8. Arrian, -- The Campaigns of Alexander (trans A de Selincourt)
  9. Atkinson D, -- Magic, Myth and Medicine
  10. Austen, Jane, -- Pride and Prejudice
  11. Ballard J, -- Empire of the Sun
  12. Bascomb N, -- The Perfect Mile : Three Athletes, One Goal, and Less than Four Minutes to Achieve it
  13. Bodanis D, -- E=mc2
  14. Bosman HC, -- Mafeking Road
  15. Branson R, -- Screw It, Let's do It
  16. Bronte C, -- Wuthering Heights
  17. -- Jane Eyre
  18. Brown D, -- The Da Vinci Code
  19. Bryson B, -- A Short History of Nearly Everything (X2)
  20. -- At Home: A Short History of Private Life
  21. -- The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid
  22. -- Neither Here nor There (Travels in Europe)
  23. -- Shakespeare
  24. Burnett FH, -- The Secret Garden
  25. Burroughs ER, -- The Land that Time Forgot
  26. Carroll, Lewis, -- Alice in Wonderland
  27. -- Through the Looking Glass
  28. Cervantes M, -- Don Quixote (abridged)
  29. Christie, Agatha , -- One, Two Buckle my Shoe
  30. Clegg, Brian, -- A Brief History of Infinity: The Quest to Think the Unthinkable
  31. Coelho P, -- The Alchemist
  32. Colfer, Eoin, -- Artemis Fowl
  33. Cooper J, -- The Last of the Mohicans
  34. Crowe N, -- Heroic Greeks
  35. Dahl R, -- Boy
  36. -- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  37. -- Danny Champion of the World
  38. -- Esio Trot
  39. -- George's Marvellous Medicine
  40. -- James and the Giant Peach
  41. -- Matilda (Afrikaans)
  42. -- The Best of Roald Dahl (Penguin Books)
  43. -- The BFG
  44. -- The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me
  45. -- The Magic Finger
  46. -- The Twits
  47. -- The Witches (X2)
  48. -- The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six more
  49. -- Two Fables ("Princess and the Poacher" and "Princess Mammalia")
  50. Defoe D, -- Robinson Crusoe
  51. Dejong M,-- The House of Sixty Fathers
  52. Dickens C, -- A Christmas Carol
  53. -- Oliver Twist
  54. -- A Tale of Two Cities (X2)
  55. -- Great Expectations
  56. Drosnin M, -- The Bible Code 1
  57. -- The Bible Code 2
  58. Du Sautoy M, -- The Music of the Primes
  59. Eastaway R, -- Why do buses come in threes?
  60. Eddings D,
  61. <>The Belgariad Series<>
  62. -- Pawn of Prophecy (X2)
  63. -- The Queen of Sorcery
  64. -- The Magician's Gambit
  65. -- Castle of Wizardry
  66. -- The Enchanter's Endgame
  67. Eliot, TS , -- Murder in the Cathedral
  68. Euripides, -- Hippolytus
  69. -- Ion
  70. -- The Women of Troy
  71. Feist, Raymond E, -- Magician
  72. Feist, Raymond E and Wurts, Janny, -- Daughter of the Empire
  73. Fitzgerald FS, -- The Great Gatsby (X2)
  74. Gallico, Paul , -- Love of Seven Dolls
  75. Gibran K, -- The Prophet
  76. Gladwell M, -- Outliers
  77. Golding L, -- The Jewish Problem
  78. Golding W, -- The Lord of the Flies
  79. Gordon R, -- The Alarming History of Medicine
  80. Graham K, -- The Golden Age
  81. Graves R, -- The Siege and Fall of Troy
  82. Gray, John , -- The Silence of Animals
  83. Green RL, -- King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table
  84. Gribbin J, -- The Birth of the Universe (In the Beginning)
  85. Haddon, Mark, -- The Curious Incident of the dog in the Night-time
  86. Haggard, Rider, -- King Solomon's Mines
  87. Hancock G, -- The Sign and the Seal
  88. Hawking S, -- A Brief History of Time
  89. Hemingway, Ernest , -- The Old Man and the Sea
  90. Holt, Victoria , -- The Queen's Confession
  91. Horowitz A, -- The Falcon's Malteser
  92. Hughes Ted, -- Selected Poems 1957-1967
  93. Irving W, -- Rip van Winkle and other stories
  94. Jordan, Robert, -- The Eye of the World
  95. Keel JA, -- Our Haunted Planet
  96. King S, -- Cell
  97. -- The Gunslinger (Dark Tower Part I)
  98. -- The Stand
  99. King-Smith D, -- The Sheep Pig
  100. Kiyosaki R, -- Rich Dad Poor Dad
  101. Konyn G, -- A Story of Philosophy (True Books Series)
  102. Lamb, Charles & Mary, -- Tales from Shakespeare
  103. Lang A, -- The Adventures of Odysseus
  104. Lawrence DH, -- The Fox (Novella)
  105. -- The Ladybird
  106. -- Lady Chatterley's Lover
  107. Lee, Harper, -- To Kill a Mockingbird
  108. Lewis CS, -- The Magician's Nephew (X2)
  109. -- The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
  110. Luce, Gay Gaer, -- Sleep and Dreams
  111. Mandino OG, -- The Greatest Salesman in the World
  112. Melville H, -- Moby Dick
  113. Milton Giles, -- Nathaniel's Nutmeg
  114. Milton John, -- Paradise Lost
  115. O'Brian RC, -- Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH
  116. Orwell G, -- Animal Farm
  117. -- Nineteen Eighty Four
  118. Ovid, -- The Fall of Icarus (Penguin Classics)
  119. Piven J, -- As Luck Would Have It
  120. Poe EA , -- The Fall of the House of Usher (Short story)
  121. Poland M, -- Shades (School Setwork) (X3)
  122. Pratchett T, -- The Marvelous Maurice and his Educated Rodents
  123. Rakoff, Joanna, -- My Salinger Year
  124. Rinder W, -- Love is an Attitude
  125. Roberts ARR, -- The Va Dinci Cod (As Don Brine)
  126. Robertson, David, -- The Dawkin Letters
  127. Rowling JK,
  128. <>Harry Potter Universe<>
  129. -- Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (X2)
  130. -- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
  131. -- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
  132. -- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
  133. -- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (X2)
  134. -- Harry Potter and the Deathly Harrows (X2)
  135. -- The Tales of Beedle the Bard (X2)
  136. Sagan Carl, -- Billions and Billions
  137. Salinger JD, -- Catcher in the Rye (X2)
  138. Singer Isaac Bashevis, -- The Last Demon
  139. Shakespeare W, -- A Midsummer Night's Dream (X2)
  140. -- Hamlet (X3)
  141. -- Julius Caesar
  142. -- Macbeth (X2)
  143. -- Merchant of Venice
  144. -- Othello
  145. Silva Daniel, -- The Secret Servant
  146. Singh S, -- Fermat's Last Theorem
  147. Starr C, -- The Ancient Romans
  148. Steinbeck, John, -- Of Mice and Men
  149. -- The Pearl
  150. Stevenson RL, -- Kidnapped
  151. -- Olalla (Penguin Classics)
  152. -- The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
  153. Stoker, Bram, -- Dracula
  154. Strobel L, -- The case for the real Jesus (Student Edition)
  155. Suetonius, -- Caligula (Penguin Classics, Robert Graves trans.)
  156. Swift G, -- Waterland
  157. Swift J, -- Gulliver's Travels
  158. Thomas, Dylan , Under Milk Wood
  159. Tolkien JRR,
  160. <>Middle-earth related<>
  161. -- The Fellowship of the Ring
  162. -- The Two Towers
  163. -- The Return of the King
  164. -- The Hobbit
  165. -- The Silmarilion
  166. <>Other books<>
  167. -- Roverandom
  168. Twiss M, -- Evil Men
  169. Van der Ruit J, -- Spud
  170. Verne J, -- Journey to the Centre of the Earth
  171. -- 20000 Leagues Under the Sea
  172. Von Daniken E, -- The Eyes of the Sphinx
  173. -- The Gods were Astronauts
  174. Wallace L, -- Ben Hur
  175. Walpole Horace , -- The Castle of Oltranto
  176. Watson J, -- The Dark Rival (Jedi Apprentice Series)
  177. Wilde O, -- The Portrait of Dorian Gray
  178. -- Lord Arthur Saville's Crime (Short story)
  179. -- The Canterville Ghost (Short Story)
  180. White EB, -- Charlotte's Web
  181. Williams C, -- Bradman : An Australian Hero
  182. Wolverton D, -- The Rising Force (Jedi Apprentice Series)
  183. Wyndham J, -- The Chrysalids
  184. Zephaniah, Benjamin , -- Teacher's Dead
  185. <> Afrikaans Books <>
  186. Hough B, -- Skilpoppe
  187. Maartens M, -- Spinnekopsomer
  188. Opperman J, -- Die Souwenier uit die Vreemde
  189. Viljoen F , -- Onderwereld
  190. Volschenk J, -- Rekordtyd - 1:49,2
Author Comments: 

The above list contains all the books I have read since +- 1997.

I am hoping to start a rating system for all of the books.

I think your list is very interesting, though I don't know all the books you listed, but I found it surprising that you read a lot of classic books. Which of these did you like the most?

oh sorry I didnt see your comment until now... Um I like the classics because they are sometimes very well written. That isnt to say that modern books are bad hahaha I like how Dickens writes... He can sometimes keep me busy for hours on end

oh sorry I didnt see your comment until now... Um I like the classics because they are sometimes very well written. That isnt to say that modern books are bad hahaha I like how Dickens writes... He can sometimes keep me busy for hours on end

oh sorry I didnt see your comment until now... Um I like the classics because they are sometimes very well written. That isnt to say that modern books are bad hahaha I like how Dickens writes... He can sometimes keep me busy for hours on end

oh sorry I didnt see your comment until now... Um I like the classics because they are sometimes very well written. That isnt to say that modern books are bad hahaha I like how Dickens writes... He can sometimes keep me busy for hours on end

oh sorry I didnt see your comment until now... Um I like the classics because they are sometimes very well written. That isnt to say that modern books are bad hahaha I like how Dickens writes... He can sometimes keep me busy for hours on end

Yes I agree with you, even though it generally takes me more time to read classics, expecially when they had been writtena long time ago. Do you like Dickens for the subjects too?

Email me at seancollinssouthafrica@Gmail.com :)
Would love to chat more :) I love Dickens because he makes you feel like you are in the book. The atmosphere is amazing and characters are iconic