Read List 2013

  1. Truman Capote – In Cold Blood
  2. Peter Delchev – Casting the Messiah
  3. Gabriel Garcia Marquez – Of Love and Other Demons
  4. Jorge Volpi – In Search of Klingsor
  5. Jennifer Egan – A Visit from the Goon Squad
  6. Italo Calvino – Invisible Cities
  7. John Galsworthy – The Forsyte Saga
  8. David Mitchell – Cloud Atlas
  9. Gregory David Roberts – Shantaram
  10. Chuck Palahniuk – Invisible Monsters
  11. Erich Maria Remarque – Arch of Triumph
  12. Chuck Palahniuk – Survivor
  13. Gabriel Garcia Marquez – Chronicle of a Death Foretold
  14. Aravind Adiga – The White Tiger
  15. F. Scott Fitzgerald – The Great Gatsby
  16. Gabriel Garcia Marquez – Strange Pilgrims
  17. Chuck Palahniuk – Fight Club
  18. Erich Maria Remarque – Heaven Has No Favorites
  19. F. Scott Fitzgerald – This Side of Paradise
  20. Raymond Carver – Where I’m Calling From
  21. Erich Maria Remarque – All Quiet on the Western Front
  22. Philip Roth – American Pastoral
  23. Erich Maria Remarque – The Road Back
  24. Khaled Hosseini – And the Mountains Echoed
  25. Lars Kepler – The Hypnotist
  26. F. Scott Fitzgerald – The Beautiful and Damned
  27. Blaga Dimitrova – Avalanche
  28. Chuck Palahniuk – Choke
  29. Isaac Asimov – Prelude to Foundation
  30. Blaga Dimitrova – Journey to Oneself
  31. F. Scott Fitzgerald – The Last Tycoon
  32. Gabriel Garcia Marquez – One Hundred Years of Solitude
  33. Isaac Asimov – Forward the Foundation
  34. Georgi Gospodinov – Physics of Sorrow
  35. Georgi Gospodinov – Natural Novel
  36. Isaac Asimov – Foundation
  37. Lionel Barber (editor) – Lunch with the FT: 52 Classic Interviews
  38. Milen Ruskov – Summit
  39. Milen Ruskov – Thrown into Nature
  40. Georgi Gospodinov – And All Turned Moon
  41. Georgi Gospodinov – And Other Stories
  42. W. Somerset Maugham – The Moon and Sixpence
  43. W. Somerset Maugham – Of Human Bondage
  44. Junot Diaz – The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
  45. Junot Diaz – This Is How You Lose Her
  46. Varlam Shalamov – Kolyma Tales
  47. Junot Diaz – Drown
  48. Nikos Kazantzakis – Zorba the Greek
  49. Chuck Palahniuk – Haunted
  50. Georgi Tomov – He Wasn’t Here and He’s Gone
  51. Dale Carnegie – How to Win Friends and Influence People
  52. John Steinbeck – The Grapes of Wrath
  53. Douglas Adams & Mark Carwardine – Last Chance to See
  54. Anatoly Rybakov – Children of the Arbat
  55. Jonathan Franzen – Freedom
  56. Jonathan Franzen – The Corrections
  57. Tim McNeese – Jorge Luis Borges
  58. Jorge Luis Borges – Labyrinths
  59. Jonathan Safran Foer – Everything Is Illuminated

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