Reading list of 2017 — Books recommendation

Ragupathi S
Dec 22, 2017 · 4 min read
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As we are all reading the final pages of 2017, I thought of writing what I read in 2017.

Looking back at my 2017 filled me with a pleasant surprise. I had read 24 books in the genres of fiction, non-fiction, history, political, technology, And society. Never have i read so many even during my college years.

The things you read will define you and your future. Books and friends are the same kinds, you can choose them both by your choice and it will help you to discover and define yourself.

Be careful about choosing the books to read, while reading the book you are not just reading the book, you are understanding the authors view, you gaining view through the author’s eyes and the author introducing you to the new world through his/her words. Words are the most dangerous weapon we ever had.

Fun fact: In this ICE (Information, Communication, Entertainment) era, there are more selfies than humanity.

In my daily routine,

Here is the scale of my communication with people and communication with the machines ( programming ).

My scale in 2015 & 2016,

Communicating with the machines > Communicating with the people.

My scale in 2017,

Communicating with the machines < Communicating with the people.

Fun fact: Some fiction books are much better than the self-help books in terms of shaping up yourself. With the help of storytelling skill How to say beats the What to say.

One of my friends Jokingly said,

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There are many people found themselves in the books what they read. The best workout for the brain is turning minimum 50 pages of the book.

Here is my reading list for 2017,

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Ki.Mu.Ki.Pi (Tamil)

Words are big, simply it can catch you.

As like the books I too had a thoughtful, fun, adventurous and challenging pages in 2017. Anyway, it’s all part of the book which is called 2017.

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Ragupathi S

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