Looking back at 2016

2016 will be known as the year we started living in our own apartment. Other than that this year doesn’t have any exciting events for me.

I started the new year working on something very urgent at work, but the year turned out to be less hectic work-wise than I expected.

Goodreads reading challenge and The Classics Club are the only  book reading challenges that I have taken part and I am pretty happy with how they have progressed in 2016.

Goodreads Challenge

2016 my year in books goodreads

I challenged myself to read 35 books in 2016 and I accomplished it. Thanks to the reading spree in the first half of the year.


Graphic/Comics: 3

Non-fiction: 4

The highlight of the reading in 2016 would be the increase in the number of non-fiction books that I read and my top reads would be from this list.

The Classics Club

I read 6 books for this challenge in 2016. I am currently reading Vikram Seth’s A Suitable Boy. It is an awesome read and I highly recommend it. If ever I met Vikram Seth, my only question to him would be why is there no Kindle edition for this 1300+ pages book.

Click to find my Classics Club reading list.

The Kindle


My happiness had no bounds when TH gifted me a kindle for my birthday in last December. So 2016 saw us reading a lot of Kindle books. And recently Amazon India introduced Kindle books in 5 regional languages. That is revolutionary in my opinion. I have already read Ente Kadha by Madhavikutty in Malayalam and have enjoyed the experience.






One thought on “Looking back at 2016

  1. Reema Sahay

    This Goodreads way to showcase the year in books is so lovely. I have read the translation of Ente Katha, My Story by Kamala Das. I didn’t quite like A Suitable Boy. First of all, I thought it was needlessly long for its story.
    I could not read 35 books last year, still my target is the same for this year as well. Hope to do more this year.


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