I read from a Kindle Basic* and a few book books.

Have a book you think I would love to read? Share your recommendations via email, to abhijith at keyaar dot in. Have a look at this list, too.

2018  
The Shallows Nicholas Carr
Tourist Season Carl Hiaasen
Lyra's Oxford Philip Pullman
Rebel Sell Joseph Heath, Andrew Potter
Gironimo: Riding the Very Terrible 1914 Tour of Italy Tim Moore
Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked Adam Alter
David Foster Wallace: The Last Interview: and Other Conversations David Foster Wallace
We Yevgeny Zamyatin
Fury Salman Rushdie
The Fifth Season N K Jemisin
Pirate Cinema Cory Doctorov
Hooked Nir Eyal
Hatchet Gary Paulsen
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2017  
For Esmé—with Love and Squalor J D Salinger
number9dream David Mitchell
Thirteenth Tale Diane Setterfield
The Crying of Lot 49 Thomas Pynchon
Pulp Bukowski
Women Bukowski
Ask the Dust John Fante
Asterios Polyp David Mazzucchelli
The Paper Menagerie Ken Liu
Em and the Big Hoom Jerry Pinto
The Corrections Jonathen Franzen
American Gods Neil Gaiman
Samayaprabhu (M) Kalppetta Narayanan
A Dustbin of Milligan Spike Milligan
The Circuses That Sweep Throught the Landscape Tejaswini Apte Rahm
Narcopolis Jeet Thayil
The Captain Is Out to Lunch and the Sailors Have Taken Over the Ship Bukowski
Anansi Boys Neil Gaiman
Murder With Bengali Characteristics Shovon Chowdhury
The Lake Banana Yoshimoto
Design of Future Things Don Norman
Memories of My Melancholy Whores Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Incest Marquis De Sade
Children Solve Problems Edward De Bono
The 5 Day Thinking Course Edward De Bono
On Writing Well William Zinsser
A Street Cat Named Bob James Bowen
Obfuscation Finn Brunton and Helen Nissenbaum
If We're Standing on the Shoulders of Giants, What are We Reaching For? Emigre No. 65
Spook Country William Gibson
Ravan and Eddie Kiran Nagarkar
Come On In!: New Poems Bukowski
A Death in the Family: My Struggle, Book One Karl Ove Knausgaard
Meditations Marcus Aurelius (Trans: Gregory Hays)
Born to Run Christopher McDougall
Two Years, Eight Months and Twenty Eight Nights Salman Rushdie
Consider the Lobster: And Other Essays David Foster Wallace
Bart Simpson’s Guide to Life: A Wee Handbook for the Perplexed Matt Groening
Letters to a Young Poet Rainer Maria Rilke
Temporary People Deepak Unnikrishnan
Reading Like a Writer Francine Prose
Ma-yute Kaththukal (M) Mandakini Narayanan
Oru Valarthu Poochayute Jeevita Katha V R Sudheesh
A Tale for the Time Being Ruth Ozeki
The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared Jonas Jonasson
Gus and His Gang Chris Blain
Just Ride  
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2016  
In Custody Anita Desai
Clear Light of the Day Anita Desai
The Artist of Disappearance Anita Desai
Earth, Air, Fire and Custard Tom Holt
Wind and Pinball Murakami
Ham on Rye Bukowski
Philosophy of Andy Warhol Andy Warhol
Bleeding Edge Thomas Pynchon
Sea of Poppies Amitav Ghosh
River of Smoke Amitav Ghosh
Super Sad True Love Story Garry Shteyngart
How to Travel with a Salmon and Other Essays Eco
Pwning Tomorrow Short Fiction from the EFF
Hackers Cory Doctorov
Finders Keepers Stephen King
Solar Ian McEwan
Slapstick or Lonesome No More Kurt Vonnegut
While Mortals Sleep Kurt Vonnegut
Rant Palahniuk
Fragile Things Neil Gaiman
You Are Here Meenakshi R Madhavan
Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage Murakami
Lonesome Traveller Jack Kerouac
The Book of Other People Edited by Sadie Smith
Contract with God Trilogy: Life on Dropsie Avenue Will Eisner
On Writing Charles Bukowski
The Strange Library Haruki Murakami
Counter-clock World Philip K Dick
Devotion of Suspect X Keigo Higashino
UBIK Philip K Dick
The Shadow of The Wind Carlos Ruiz Zafon
The Angel's Game Carlos Ruiz Zafon
The Midnight Palace Carlos Ruiz Zafon
The Master and Margarita Mikhaíl (Afanasyevich) Bulgakov

* For people living away from their bookshelves, I can’t recommend an e-reader enough. It is better to order one (Kindle) as a gift—it ships unregistered, with no identifying information—and to leave it that way. Invest in a device that is lit from some side of the screen—a Paperwhite if you don’t mind the price and format restrictions; I’ve spent countless train-journeys trying to think up ways to piss people off before switching on the overhead lights. ^