Ye Olde Book Mosaic 2017

Sukanya Ramanujan's 2017 Book Mosaic
Sukanya Ramanujan’s 2017 Book Mosaic

*drum roll*

Aaaand the 2017 book mosaic is here. I had to scrunch up the books into 13 columns so I could fit into four rows but the titles are really small so I’ve also listed the books in the chronological order I read them below

Book Author
Rendezvous with Rama Arthur C Clarke
The Bees Lalline Paull
Three moments of an explosion China Mieville
We have always lived in a castle Shirley Jackson
The long way to a small angry planet Becky Chambers
Quicksand Steve Toltz
When breath becomes air Paul Kalanithi
Aurora Kim Stanley Robinson
Naked Diplomacy- Power & Statecraft in the digital age Tom Fletcher
The Tales of Beedle the Bard J K Rowking
Brave New World Aldous Huxley
All the light we cannot see Anthony Doerr
Homo Deus Yuval Noah Harari
My brilliant Friend Elena Ferrante
Nangam Aasiramama Choodamani
Harry Potter and the cursed child J K Rowking
The Underground Railroad Colson Whitehead
The Undoing Project: A friendship that changed our minds Lewis Michael
The story of a new name Elena Ferrante
The hidden life of trees Peter Wohlleben
Dark Matter Blake Crouch
Augustus Adrian Goldsworthy
Granta: Journeys
Un cirque passe Patrick Mondiano
Cat women Megan McMorris
I’m supposed to protect you from all of this Nadja Spiegelman
The heart goes last Margaret Atwood
The lost gate Orson Scott Card
The bastard of Istanbul Elif Shafak
The little coffee shop of Kabul Deborah Rodriguez
The happiness of pursuit Chris Guillebeau
Wuthering Heights Emily Bronte
2140 New York Kim Stanley Robinson
The invention of nature Andrea Wulf
Munich Robert Harris
Daily Rituals: How artists work Mason Currey
After the quake Haruki Murakami
Alias Grace Margaret Atwood
The Gaze Elif Shafak
Station Eleven Emily St John Mandel
Origins Dan Brown
Unaccustomed Earth Jhumpa Lahiri
Contact Carl Sagan
Red Nile Robert Twigger
Green Earth Kim Stanley Robinson
Six Wakes Mur Lafferty
Rome in Africa Susan Raven
Men without women Haruki Murakami
Granta: Canada
2312 Kim Stanley Robinson
Interpreter of Maladies Jhumpa Lahiri
A manual for cleaning women Lucia Berlin
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14 Comments Add yours

  1. Did u read all these in 2017 only….. quite a good number……

    1. Sukanya Ramanujan says:

      Hi Sudhir, yes I read all the books in 2017

      1. thats really great……

  2. Nirmala says:

    Excellent!

    1. Sukanya Ramanujan says:

      Thank you!

  3. Lav says:

    I look forward to this every year! The list of 2017 is a nice blend of old and new. Best wishes for 2018! Same goals, different books… 😉

    1. Sukanya Ramanujan says:

      I don’t know about same goals 😛 but yes definitely different books

  4. How did you like “Munich” by Robert Harris?
    I really liked his “An Officer and a Spy” about the Dreyfus affair, so I am inclined to get “Munich”, too.

    1. Sukanya Ramanujan says:

      I liked it- shows Neville Chamberlain in an interesting light and of course there’s the usual Robert Harris page turning elements as well. You can finish it in 6-7 hours.

  5. “The Hidden Life of Trees” is quite fascinating, isn’t it?
    I have always enjoyed forests, but since that book, I walk through them with even more awe.

    1. Sukanya Ramanujan says:

      I agree, I loved that book. I knew trees were intelligent and alive but had never understood how deep their awareness and intelligence went. And then we just mow through, destroying forests indiscriminately 😦

  6. Little Miss Sunshine says:

    Yummy is how I would describe it! 🙂
    Lots of Atwoods I see. How many re-reads this time? Here’s to a fantabulous 2018 with even lovelier books to the collection.

    1. Sukanya Ramanujan says:

      I read two books by Atwood. I didn’t even count the re-reads in this list but I did read 3-4 books from before (including some Harry Potter). Thanks so much- I wish you a great 2018 as well

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